A cute story writing activity.
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Students are required to cut out the pictures on the first page and then paste them into the storyboard page in an order that tells a story. They then write a story to go with each picture.
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Comment by CHERYL on January 16, 2021 at 3:08 am Log in to Reply
You’re most welcome, Cheryl!
Official comment by Jill (K-3 Teacher Resources) on April 1, 2022 at 2:40 pm
The “My Monster Story Template” seems like a fantastic way to engage young learners in creative storytelling! I love the idea of students arranging pictures to create their own narrative and then writing a story based on those images. It’s such a hands-on approach to developing writing skills. By the way, I’ve been thinking of getting some assistance with my nephew’s essay writing. Has anyone here tried write my essays that help with academic writing for kids? Would love some recommendations!
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