Who is the story about? What is the story about? Where does it take place. When? Why? Picture and word prompts encourage young writers to build sentences using subjects and verbs. Their brief compositions will describe people, places and things, events and experiences.
There are 3 parts to each story theme:
. A Finish the Story page includes a brief story starter and fun graphic prompts.
. This is followed by a Create a Picture page. Pictures and words prompt students to add to the images. Often, after drawing, children want to add to their story.
. Children can add to their story on the last page. This page is lined for careful and easy printing.
Fun picture prompts make it easy for students to decode new vocabulary.
FINISH THE STORY activities can be adapted to grades K through grade 1. Children are able to respond according to their individual interests, skill and ability levels.
Children are motivated by hearing their peer’s ideas, and sharing their own. Funny stories and creative images make sharing time a highlight .
COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS FOR WRITING
Included are first grade writing standards that represent benchmarks in writing proficiency for most states.
Common Core State Standards Pages
13 Sets 3 pages per set PDF Format
Boy and Bag
Down the River
Let’s Go Fly a Kite
Papers and Backpacks
Peek A Boo
Sitting in a Tree
Under the Sea
Why Kids Love Them
Students can choose to write or draw (or both) their responses
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