Write a Story, Grades 4-6
Open-ended story starters make writing stories seem like irresistible fun. "Look at the picture and write a short story with three or more sentences. Write a title for your story. Do not forget to color the picture!" Actual directions are a bit more specific - some add word banks, some require using commas or an exclamation point, some supply a first or last sentence, some suggest writing the story as a postcard to a friend - to challenge young writers in engaging ways. Each book offers more than 80 story starters. Grades 1-6. Good Year Books. 96 pages each.
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Review of Skills from pp 6267
Writing Personal Narrative
Homophones and Homographs
Writing Short Story
Writing Biographical Sketch
Writing Tall Tales
Writing Character Sketches
Writing Different Kinds of Letters
Filling Out Forms
List of More Openended Story Starters
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