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Meanwhile in an alternate dimension…

tell this story.

This is a free Roll a Story resource I made and my students absolutely love :) Check it out:

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The Plot Chickens by Mary Jane and Herm Auch Literature Activities

The Plot Chickens - Teaches elements of story writing


Story Starters: What's Going On?

First Grade Writing Stories Handwriting Worksheets: Story Starters: What's Going On? Worksheet

Stories are always a great way to introduce concepts. These story box ideas, with accompanying cooperative play, explore relationship, friendship, and fun.

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Sticker Story Bag: Creating Stories

creating story with stickers

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Narrative Writing

With this narrative writing packet students will enjoy writing real or imaginary stories about their best day ever or their worst day ever.

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Scroll Story: Wake Up, It’s Spring!

Scroll Story: Wake Up, It's Spring! from Stories with Ms. Jenna

Writing idea for older children (could be adapted) - find enough keys for all the ch'n, then make a tag for each key with a single, made-up line from a story. Put in a jar. The ch'n each pick out a key & tell a story that makes that line make sense. Suggestions for story-lines on this page - from Squishy Not Slick (",)

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Rainy Day Boredom Buster: DIY Story in a Bag

Story bags. Fill bags with random items, have the children use them to come up with a story. How fun and uses lots of imagination.

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Halloween creative writing

This is a bundle of my Halloween creative writing resources. Spend the month of October working on creative writing pieces, and by Halloween you will have lots of spooky stories to display/share. #halloween #lessons #English #teaching

FREEBIE! I hope you enjoy this St. Patrick’s Day creative writing activity! Included are a drawing/coloring page, a story brainstorming page, and publishing pages with and without clip art.