This year since things have gotten very busy around the holidays, I have personally decided less is more until we are out of the holiday season.For this reason and to do something a little differently than we usually do, I created a “” pack for Boober.Eventually all of the story starters will be turned into worksheets and posted here.Tags: Recycling Of Waste Materials EssayArithmetic Problem SolvingArgumentative Essay On Illegal ImmigrationWilliam Albert Allard The Photographic EssayRespect Value EssayEssay This Is How I Remember The Best Teacher I Have Ever HadTips For Scholarship EssaysMaking A Research Paper
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Since he isn’t spelling yet, I plan to have him narrate to me and illustrate his story himself. It includes 25 creative writing prompts like “Rudolph’s nose won’t glow because he has a cold” or “The Elves want a tropical vacation” or “If you had 0 to spend this holiday”. I know we will have so much fun using this printable over the next 25 days!
Each prompt includes a box to illustrate the story and 10 lines to write it.
Children might also enjoy making a mockery of how their parents handle “the night before Christmas.” And what topics couldn’t be creatively blended with a few “fa la la la la’s”? Just be sure to drop a quick reminder it’s fine to be funny – not mean – and keep it in the spirit of the holiday.
Write a story from the point of view of someone waking up to find themselves transformed into an elf, a reindeer, or another Christmas character. Consider transformations into inanimate objects for an endless array of fun writing prompts for kids that can really help them delve into perspective.