Children’s Activity: Journal Prompts for Friendships

Journal Prompts

Journalling can help us to calm our minds by structuring our thoughts. Journal prompts help us to explore different aspects of our lives and develop a deeper understanding of them. By taking time to deeply think about different concepts, we can find peace, solutions or identify areas for support. Journal prompts are questions that we can use to explore these. Building on in our journal prompts series, this week we look at balancing worries.

Free Prompts for Friendships

You can download our prompts for friendships:

Download here

Next steps

  1. Download the prompts here
  2. Find a quiet space to think and reflect
  3. Answer each prompt in detail (this may take more than one sitting)
  4. Reflect and consider what your next step might be

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