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Write your own Fairy tale

Write your own Fairy tale 1

Use the picture above as a stimulus to your writing.

 

To start with, write some sentences to answer the following questions:

  • What is the Ogre doing?
  • Why is there a glowing light over the flower?
  • Where is it coming from?
  • Why were the children in the woods?
  • Does the Ogre know that they are watching him?
  • Do the children want him to know that they are there?
  • Does this remind you of any other stories you know? Why?
  • What’s similar and what’s different?

 

 

Next, think about an adventure that either the children or the Ogre might embark on in your story. Maybe the children find the Ogre in the forest and are frightened of him but he turns out to be a friendly Ogre who just wants someone to talk to? Be as creative as you can and remember, the more exciting your story is, the more likely you are to hook your reader. Once you have thought of an idea, work through the following steps:

  • Create a story map to show the events in your story
  • Step out your story idea (Come up with a series of freeze frames/actions to show what happens at each part of your story)
  • Practise telling your story to someone else. Think about using expression in your voice and hooking your listener.
  • Next, start writing your story. Don't rush - take the time to introduce your characters and the setting.

 

What we are looking for:

  • Include expanded noun phrases
  • Use capital letters and full stops to punctuate my sentences.
  • Use adverbs in my writing – example the ogre screamed loudly
  • Read your work through to check it makes sense and then edit it if needed.

 

We cannot wait to hear and read these stories so please do send them in!!

 

Use the tips below to help you with your masterpieces!

 

We would aim for the following words to be spelt correctly. Any that you are finding tricky, make sure you practise regularly

We would aim for the following words to be spelt correctly. Any that you are finding tricky, make sure you practise regularly 1

Expanded Noun Phrases

Expanded Noun Phrases 1

Here are some adverbs to try and use in your writing.

Here are some adverbs to try and use in your writing. 1

James decided to write a story about Pokemon!

James decided to write a story about Pokemon! 1
James decided to write a story about Pokemon! 2

Phoebe created a plan for her story.

Phoebe created a plan for her story.  1

Phoebe's super story

Kiran created a story map for his story

Kiran created a story map for his story 1

Kiran's fantastic story - Ogre and Children

Paddy has worked so hard on his story. Well done Paddy and thank you for sharing it with us.

Paddy has worked so hard on his story. Well done Paddy and thank you for sharing it with us.  1
Paddy has worked so hard on his story. Well done Paddy and thank you for sharing it with us.  2

Benji has created a story map and a fantastic story.

Benji has created a story map and a fantastic story.  1
Benji has created a story map and a fantastic story.  2

Nick's super story!

Nick's super story! 1
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