Enjoying a wide range of fiction and being able to write stories are core primary school literacy objectives.In this section you'll find lots of advice and worksheets to encourage your child to write their own stories, which will help them consolidate their literacy learning by putting their phonics, grammar and reading skills into practice. You have a story to tell, knowledge to impart, and experiences to share.
You want to answer the questions as quickly as you can, with whatever ideas pop into your mind.
Write as much or as little as you wish, but just allow the words to flow without pondering too much what you want to say.
Try to see this younger self as a real and separate person when you write the letter.
This exercise helps you think about your reader as a real person with emotions — a person who can be moved and inspired by your writing. Spend a few minutes deciding the core message of the letter, and then just start writing without filters.
Your inner creative muscle needs exertion to stay fit and strong — but writing exercises don’t need to be drudgery.
They can be fun and exciting as you see how much creative juice you have just waiting to be squeezed.
Each year they will focus on various narrative, non-fiction and poetry units; we explain how story-writing lessons help develop their story structure, grammar and punctuation skills.
Encouraging children to write a story of their very own can give them an enormous confidence boost, as well as help them consolidate their literacy learning by putting their phonics, grammar and reading skills into practice.
Listening lesson plans with mp3 files also available.
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