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Does your child enjoy stories? Would they like to write their own but are not sure where to start? Do they already write stories and would like to develop their skills?


"What's Your Story? Creative Writing for Kids: Resource Pack" is a 28 page, printable activity pack and will help kids, aged 7-12 years old, to plan and write their own creative stories. They will use a 7 step process, along with written and visual prompts and worksheets to inspire ideas and guide their writing.


It is designed to be used with the "What's Your Story?" Creative Writing for Kids: Step by Step Guide" which is also available to purchase from my online shop. 


What's inside? 


  • The 7 Steps to a Successful Story
  • Look for Inspiration - Story Writing Prompts
  • The 5 W's of a Story
  • Create a Character - 3 sheets of visual & written character prompts.
  • Put your character in the spotlight
  • Getting to know your character
  • Character strengths
  • Set the Scene - 2 sheets of visual & written location prompts.
  • Start at the Beginning: Story Map
  • Story Mountain
  • What's the Problem? - 2 sheets of potential challenges which the characters could face.
  • Expect the Unexpected - How to surprise your reader.
  • How Does it End? - Suggestions for possible last lines.
  • Additional Resources: Develop Your Writing Skills
  • Narrative Writing Planning Sheets (with image)
  • Use the Senses
  • Parts of Speech
  • Action Verbs
  • Adjectives
  • Writing Checklist: To remind children to check spelling & punctuation.
  • Congratulations - An opportunity to share your work


Please note: This is a digital file which can be instantly downloaded and printed. Therefore, no returns or refunds can be accepted and you will NOT receive a physical product in the post. 


Don't forget: This Resource Pack is designed to be used alongside the "What's Your Story? Creative Writing for Kids: Step by Step Guide."


What's Your Story? Creative Writing for Kids: Resource Pack


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