Free Printable | Kid's Journal Pages

April 02, 2020  •  Leave a Comment

How will they remember this time?

Have you asked yourself that question, recently? I have so many times over the past weeks.

I wanted to know how my kids were processing everything that was happening in their world right now. I wanted to know how I was doing. I wanted to make sure they were informed, but I do not want them to be living in fear.  

Over the past few weeks of social distancing, I have asked my kids questions about all that is going on and then we started writing it in a journal each day. I have loved the conversations that have come from it. So, I made some journal pages so that I could make it a little more fun for them and feel less like homework.
I hope you and your family can enjoy these during this season at home like ours have.

Print a 4x6 picture of your child or family during social distancing to paste on the cover page then slip it into some page protectors and start writing. 
 

To get the journal pages fill out the form below. 

 

How to use it:


Print it out: Print out the pages then put them in pocket protectors to create a journal that will last them for years.

Use the Questions: There are a list of questions at the end that have worked great will with my kids. It might be a great place to start. 

Take Pictures: Take a picture of some of your experiences during social distancing and glue the to the pages. Here are some ideas....
Photograph the kids writing
Take a selfie while playing a game together
Photograph the family on the front porch. 
Take a picture of the kids playing outside in the yard.

There is a perfect place for a 4x6 image of your child on the first page in the large dark blue box.
 

 

 

Print it out

Use the Questions

Take Pictures

Print out the pages then put them in pocket protectors to create a journal that will last them for years.

There are a list of questions at the end that have worked will with my kids. It might be a great way to start. 
 

Take a picture of your some of your favorite times you have shared with your family during social distancing and glue them to the pages to create a scrapbook. 

 


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