Personal narrative writing prompts
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I would use this worksheet for narrative writing prompts for students. Before printing, I'd add "We all have fun stories to tell. Write to tell a story about...Select a topic below." at the top of the page and make copies from that.
When teaching narrative writing in 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grade, there are so many writing skills to cover. They range from creating a sequence of events (beginning, middle, and end) to more difficult
kiera kindred saved to My Saves
Sometimes kids are great writers but have difficulty getting starting. Here is a list of prompts to help them write narratives. Eg If you could make the world a better place what would you do? Write about the day they made you mayor. Google slides and printable.
Julie Brewer saved to Creative writing
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Pat Chriswick saved to Life hacks for school
This past week, we started a new personal narrative writing unit all about my many memorable firsts. I began this unit with a hook to engage student interest--we talked about roller coasters. Who doesn't have a love-hate relationship with a good ol' roller coaster? Especially in a room of second graders, the feelings are unanimous. "Roller coasters are SO MUCH FUN!" We talked about what it was like to go on a roller coaster for the very first time--how that wait in line feels like forever…
Katie Crystal saved to Teaching
Use these personal narrative prompts in your classroom to get your students writing about a topic they know well — themselves!
KC Presley saved to 5th Grade
Fun and creative prompts for narrative writing that will spark student's imagination. Plus mentor texts, rubrics, and other helpful resources.
Kira Ortega saved to creative writing
Students will enjoy writing real or imaginary stories about their best day ever or their worst day ever.
stephanie dunford saved to schooling at home
I dreaded writing personal narrative essays. I cringed when teachers assigned a personal narrative essay. I couldn’t think of an interesting story about myself. And even if I chose a fascinating personal narrative story, I struggled with how to write about it. But when I was in college that changed because I realized writing a
Karen Singh saved to middle school
We're linking up with Ashley to share our favorite writing idea pins! LOVE this How-To idea!! We tried how-to blow a bubble with gum this past year, but discovered lots of our kiddos couldn't blow a bubble (didn't think about that)! This idea is fun and something our kiddos should be able to do... Source: http://www.lessonplandiva.com/2012/09/how-to-writing-and-non-fiction.html This idea from Kelly at Teacher Idea Factory is darling! I bet the kiddos LOVE to see themselves doing this…
Ronning Mom saved to Writers workshop