Help your students solidify their use of transition words with this cute version of the classic ugly duckling story. By helping to fill in the missing transition words throughout the narrative, students will flex their sequencing and organization skills.
Students can start a personal narrative with a clear problem and solution by using this activity to organize their story. This handy graphic organizer will have students consider various aspects of their problem and solution, and how it made them feel.
Help students create their own storytime with these materials designed to improve narrative writing skills. Writing prompts inspire the creativity kids need for narrative writing, while other resources help teach basic skills, like how to add dialogue to story or put events in order. You can switch writing up with lessons on persuasive writing.
Narrative writing, or writing about a sequence of events, may seem straightforward, but some students will need help with narrative writing. Being able to tell a good story starts with basic skills in preschool and develops throughout elementary school. With these narrative writing resources, you can choose from a variety of activities that will help students in every grade learn how to write a good narrative with strong verbs, sensory details, and the right point of view. There are writing prompts galore. Activities also help with writing narrative poetry and developing dialogue. Learning skills associated with narrative writing will improve students’ overall writing and reading proficiency. If you are looking for ways to teach narrative writing, start here, but also be sure to visit our creative writing resources.