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The What-if Question Genie This is my newest interactive page! My genie will conjure up crazy What-If questions to inspire your stories.
All ages will enjoy the off-the-wall ideas! And you get to be the chef. Just pick your hero, place and bad guy -- and see the story I've started for you to finish.
There are nearly 50 of them! Each story has a drawing I've done for it and all can be printed out. I've received many story-endings from fifth grade students! Mugshots Mugshots are a great way to think through a character before starting your story.
On this webpage, pick a face you like and click through to a simple form that will help you make a great main character! You can print out the forms to use in class.
KidTales In schools, I've drawn more than line drawings to go with stories I've brainstormed with students. On the webpage I call KidTalesyou can use some of those drawings to start your own story -- then click to see what the original kid-made story was!
Weird Headline Maker Do you want a great story starter? How about over million of them? Try my Weird Headline Makerwhich will create random headlines for you.
All you need to do, then, is imagine what story might have made the headline! The headlines are always crazy and many will make you laugh. Here's a page of short videos showing me drawing in front of live audiences!
A collection of essays explaining my creative approach to getting kids to enjoy writing. Looking for creative writing lessons for your classroom?
Here's my latest collection of original lessons --Sparks Year Two. A companion piece to Year One! Adaptable for grades Second, you will find general writing prompts that you can use all year long with your students.
I have divided these general creative writing prompts into the following categories: school, favorites things, friendship, memories, personal and feelings, famous people, animals, create or . We hope you enjoy these creative writing prompts! If you’d like to be notified when we add more prompts, don’t forget to Subscribe to our Newsletter!.
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