Here is a template that I use to write TPRS-style stories, including some hints on how to go about it. A brainstorming diagram is included for you think of a character or two, and figure out your story line. Also, these brainstorming pages can be given to all of your students in order to write a story together during class. There are worksheets for students to complete, including comprehension questions, true-false questions and retelling the story in several ways. You have space to write questions based on the text and create an answer key. Be creative and have fun creating your own TPRS-style stories for your students!