How to Write a Story Ages 7-9 + 3 months of Word Tag Video Game
This printable features:
Story Graphs - a simple planning framework to help kids structure their stories.
Story Kits - writing prompts; covering topics from classical literature to space missions.
Step 1 Read through the fun, illustrated Story Shapes
Step 2 Print the four Story Shape graphs and keep them handy - you can even hang them on the wall!
Step 3 Choose a Story Kit (illustrated writing prompt) for inspiration and get writing!
ANY PARENT GAMERS IN THE HOUSE?
You've all had the experience of wanting to unlock that next level, find the hidden Easter egg, snag the coolest, rarest gear. These same incentives lead to the invisible learning of vocabulary. The stars kids gather to reach higher levels, and the coins they use to buy cool swag, are only available once they've completed the word games!
We know that one exposure is simply not enough to really learn a word. That's why we've designed our books and games to be used together, unlocking a funner, richer way to boost vocabulary. Learn more.
What shape is a story?
Help children imagine what a good story looks like with Story Shapes. This shows children how to create graphs to plan a character’s journey, from the beginning, the middle, and to the end of a story.
See what the experts had to say...
"I am a tutor for 7+, 8+ and 11+ exams. These printable workbooks are ideal preparation for students studying for 7+, 8+ or 11+ exams with a story writing element. The children that I have used them with have given very positive feedback. The checklist provides an accurate exam mark scheme but is delivered in a child friendly way so children can take ownership of their work. Dozens of curated vocabulary words are provide for each story prompt."
Juliet Rolls | PGCE Cantab, Founder, Cambridge Academic Tuition