Plan And Write The Story Of The Gingerbread Man
How To Use:
Cut out the pages along the dotted lines and muddle them up. Now, ask the child to sort them back into the right order, so the story has a beginning, a middle and an end. Get the child to read the story. Then, cover it and ask them to re-write their own version, putting in more detail
The series provides starting points to get young children, of 6-9 years, writing their own imaginative stories.
Traditional tales like 'The Three Billy Goats Gruff' are used as examples to look at the characters, the setting and the plot and to show how to structure a story with a beginning, a middle and an end.
Children will learn how to brainstorm their ideas, how to put them in a plan and then set out their story.
Each pack provides writing challenges, asking the child to continue writing the story, developing their own ideas and to cut up stories to put in order.
Charming silhouette pictures illustrate each work pack.