Thursday, November 7, 2013

Journal pages for kids - part 2

Thanks so much for your feedback on my first journal page for kids! I've replied to each comment, here and on Facebook, and I'm delighted that we're off to such a good start.

As I mentioned yesterday, I'm posting page number two today, which looks a little like this:

Here, too, is the colourful version:

If you'd like to download today's page, you'll find the colour-free version here and the colourful one here. Once you've had a chance to take a peek, I'd love to know what you think! Your comments are much appreciated and really helpful as I try to decide whether to offer more pages for kids.

Thanks so much and see you tomorrow!

13 comments:

  1. I printed out your first page yesterday for my 9 year old twin daughters and they loved them. They will be excited there's another page today. Thank you!

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    1. Hi Judi! That's fantastic! So glad to hear that your daughters are enjoying the pages so far. Thanks so much for stopping by to let me know. :)

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  2. Thank you again. They will help my foster son with his writing and journaling and they are fun! What more could one ask :)

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    1. Hi Caroline! You're welcome again. It's wonderful to read your feedback. Thanks so much. :)

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  3. I cannot express how much I appreciate your work!

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    1. Thank you! It's wonderful to see your name here again and read your feedback. :)

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  4. I love these. I plan to use them with my 5th graders if you don't mine!

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    1. Hi Sandi! Thanks so much! I don't mind. All I ask, for copyright purposes, is that you don't change the pages in any way and that you don't use them for any commercial purpose. :)

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  5. I'm so excited about these! We have an ongoing journaling project that I'd started last month with the little girls I teach at church. Before I started I actually had been to your blog to see if I could use some of your regular pages and adapt them for 8 to 11 year-olds, but this is so much better! I will be using these for sure and I hope you'll keep it up! Thanks!

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  6. By the way, would you mind tagging these with a kid-specific label to mmake them easy to find if I were to click on the label on your sidebar?

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  7. Love love love! I've been trying to find something that would get my kids interested in journaling, and these are just great!!

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