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Jennifer Walker

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Creative Writing: A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

It is time to get those creative juices flowing! I have attached two videos from published authors. Check them out for writing tips. Then, take a look at the pictures on the attached. Choose 1 picture and write the story that goes with it. Start with 1: The Storyboard. A good narrative writer always plans the story first! After you plan, go to the picture you chose and start your story. Your narrative should include dialogue between characters, a problem and a solution, descriptive words, and a strong beginning and end. You will be graded on how well your story comes together, as well as on grammar, punctuation, and spelling. Here is another video for creative writing tips for kids: https://youtu.be/KcVixTq06bA BONUS: Use the tool to record yourself reading the story! Before you turn in your writing, check for mistakes AND FIX THEM! After you have correct your mistakes, click the to submit. If you want to submit your story to Grant Koper, here is the https://grantkoper.com/story/

5th Grade, 4th Grade, 6th Grade, Writing
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