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This is your setting. The words are your final sentence. Write the narrative.

Write the story. What has happened?

This is your view. Where are you?

This is your view. Where are you?

You need to get to that bridge and cross it. Narrate your journey,

Writing Prompt: You begin in one world and end in another. Describe your journey in 1st person. 

Writing Prompt: This is the setting for your narrative. Write what happens.

What a fab narrative/ creative/ descriptive #writingprompt!

What a fab narrative/ creative/ descriptive #writingprompt!

kbkonnected:

Scholastic’s Story Starters

#literacy

Choose a theme (adventure, fantasy, sci-fi, scrambler), grade level (K-6) and spin the wheel.

Neat way to  generate story prompts. Story Starters include direction on character, plot and setting. Prompts can be easily modified.

Included in  Write On! for Kids

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The Story Starter Jr.

Illustrated Story Starters

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Sand, under a 250x microscope. Absolutely fabulous, and shows just what story a handful of sand could tell us.
Sand, under a 250x microscope. Absolutely fabulous, and shows just what story a handful of sand could tell us.

Creative Writing Prompt: Here is another beautiful setting which you could explore and allow pupils to create narratives/ descriptions for. I would work on word webs (vocabulary) first, and talk about creating a mood/ atmosphere.

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