Item Number: PRI-STORIES
Technology Integration: Language Arts
Technology Skill: Word Processing
Program: Microsoft Office, Word, Google, Google Docs, Office Online, Word Online
Includes: Story Writing for Kids Activities and Lesson Plans: Teacher Guide, Printable Student Workbook, Paperless Worksheets, Extension Activities
Handouts and Assessment Tools: TechnoStories Parent Letter, TechnoStories Certificate, Sentence Starters, TechnoStories Skill Summary, My Story Checklist, My Story Reflection, TechnoStories Marking Sheet
Storybook Templates and Samples: My Puppy Template, My Day Template, About Me Template, My Story Template, My Puppy Sample, My Day Sample, About Me Sample, My Pet Dinosaur Sample, Book Title Suggestions
STEM Integration Lessons: language arts with word processing technology skills
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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