Primary and elementary students create storybooks using word processing activities. Storybook templates make learning word processing skills easy for young writers. They illustrate, write, edit, and publish stories. Upon completion, authors share their work during story time. Optional activities challenge students with keyboarding tasks, advanced word processing techniques, and the creation of a flipbook. Story writing for kids is easy with Google Docs or Microsoft Word templates.
Ready to Use Story Writing Lessons
Inspire young writers with fun, easy to use templates. Developmentally appropriate for Grades 1 - 3 or ages 4 - 8. For use in nursery school, kindergarten, primary school, elementary school, or home school.
Seamlessly blend literacy and computer skills to maximize children's learning. Creative, open-ended activities allow students to showcase their ideas and interests. Motivate reluctant writers with an engaging project.
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Everything teachers need in one ready-to-use project: PDF teacher guide and student workbook, templates, sample files, assessment tools, and program flashcards.
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Assignment 1 Edit My Puppy Story
Transform text in a story to make the words look like their meaning.
Assignment 2 Illustrate My Day at School
Insert images onto story pages and format the appearance to compose an interesting book.
Assignment 3 Finish the About Me Story
Apply word processing skills to author a personal story by completing sentence starters.
Assignment 4 Plan your Story
Organize ideas for an original story using a planning sheet. Use book titles as inspiration.
Assignment 5 Make a Storybook
Write the beginning, middle, and end of a story using a book template. Illustrate each story page.
Assignment 6 Complete your Storybook
Proofread the storybook using a checklist. Revise spelling, content, and design.
Assignment 7 Share your Book at Story Time
Publish the storybook and share it with a teacher, friend, or parent.
Story Writing for Kids Activities
- About the Keyboard: Introduce the location of keys.
- Be a Keyboard Detective: Learn the function of keys.
- Insert a Web Cam Photo or Saved Photo: Insert a photo.
- Story Writing Ideas: Browse a list of suggested titles to get inspiration.
- Make a Flip Book: Use a free service to make a flipbook.
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Story Writing for Kids Activities using Google Docs or Office
Develop keyboarding and basic word processing skills using the lessons and storybook templates in TechnoStories. Integrate technology into language arts by having students engage in the stages of the writing process to publish an original storybook.
Organize story ideas
Write and illustrate an original story
Edit and revise pieces of writing
Share a publication with others
Reflect on the writing experience
Format text and images to enhance writing
Solve design problems
Accurately type using the keyboard
Use capital letters appropriately
Punctuate a sentence
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Great program that I used with my first grade classes. They like the easy to read books and inserting their own clip art. Worked it into the English class as they practiced writing their own sentences for their story. Great resource!
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