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Let's Write About Setting! is the first installment of the Narrative Writing Series by Daisy Designs.
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Activities within this set include reading AND writing about various age-appropriate events. Students use their imagination to write about happenings in the real world as well as silly scenarios to keep them creating. Check out what's included!
For this activity, students will see an illustration and decide if that illustration should be used as the beginning, middle, or end of their story. Then they will write about what happens first, next, and last in the story that includes the illustration. Blank pages have been included as well so students can draw their own illustrations to finish the story.
For this activity, students are provided with a portion of the story. It is up to them to come up with something creative for another part of the story. For example, a card might provide the beginning of the story, but asks the student to come up with the ending. Students are encouraged to be creative but to make their part of the story flow with what is provided. Recording sheet included.
These NO-PREP printable journal pages are perfect for quick writes, morning work, sub plans, homework, or even a quick and easy writing center. Students read the prompt and get to writing, focusing on the plot of the story and using words to describe actions. The prompts vary in level of difficulty and several types of writing paper is included.
This section is filled with the journal prompts in the last section, however these are to cut and paste into an existing journal or notebook. If you have your students keep a journal, this is a great option for saving ink on printing and still providing the activity to the student. Just print a page out, cut, glue, and write!
Included here are pieces for an anchor chart for “Sequencing Words.” Print and attach to anchor chart paper and add student responses to the chart. Ask prompting questions such as “when would you use this transition word?” and “what would be a good way to tell what happens next?” Also included are no prep worksheets.
Included here are pieces for an anchor chart for “Action Words.” Print and attach to anchor chart paper and add student responses to the chart. Ask prompting questions such as “how would you describe what a character is doing?” and “how can you add details?” Also included are no prep worksheets focusing on verbs and adverbs.
In this game, students draw two cards, a BEGINNING card and an ENDING card. In their writing, students must write what happens in between to make the story flow. The stories get super silly and students must get extremely creative to make some of these scenarios work.