Create a Story

Do you have a struggling writer? I know that a couple of my kids have been reluctant to write, mostly because they didn’t know how to get started or what to write about. Enter Create a Story. This little book walks your writers through the process of writing a story in a fun and creative way.

In this edition, they give you two story options

  1. The Vikings
  2. The Arctic

Each section provides you with some background information about the different options. The informational section is brief so it’s great for those that would be intimidated by a lot of reading, but you could also have more advanced learners dive further by doing more research to add to their story. As soon as they are done reading about their topic, the book dives right in. It helps them to

  • Choose and develop various characters
  • Create a plotline
  • Design a setting
  • Come up with a problem
  • It even suggests having one of the characters have a trusty pet.
  • I also love that it gives some suggested word choices to help avoid repetative word usage.

One thing I would suggest if you have a young struggling writer is to not be overly critical. Sometimes it’s beneficial to just let them write. As their love for writing grows, then you can gently come in and offer corrections. If they are currently having a difficult time, just let them have fun with it and that’s what I love about Create a Story. It makes writing fun! So head on over to their site and check out how you can get your hands on this great book. 

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