Fruit Comic Strips for Creative Writing: Help students develop their narrative creative writing skills (CCRA.W.3) by practicing dialogue (W.3.3b, W.4.3b, W.5.3b) with these 8 comic strip mini-stories featuring cute fruit characters.
The strips have blank speech and thought bubbles for students to write in. Students can also draw/color/design their own settings and other details.
These feature full-color images from Innovative in Fifth on TPT, but print well in grayscale.
Ideas for use:
Give students a set of vocabulary or spelling words they must use.
Assign a character trait and have students make a character demonstrate that trait.
After students finish comic strips, have them re-write the dialogue in paragraph form with appropriate punctuation (quotations marks, commas). Example: "Hey, Pineapple. Have you seen Orange today?" asked Banana.
Choose a theme (moral of the story, life lesson) and have students create a comic strip modeling that theme.
Just for fun:
Inside recess, early finishers, etc.
Check out my other "Comic Strips for Creative Writing":
Pilgrim vs. Turkey
Santa Claus and his Elves
The backgound/border used on this product is from: Overlapping Rectangles Backgrounds and Borders
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