The ability to accurately and vividly describe something in the world around you is not a skill that should be underestimated.
Not only does it help a child's brain think in new and different ways, it also helps with their linguistic learning and development!
If you could have super powers, what would you choose? Walking the dog had always been one of Hulk’s favourite things to do on a Sunday.
What else do you aspire to be incredible at in the future? He had had a tiring week (as per normal), but today was his day off.
If doing the exercise in a group, you can either have everyone use the same picture, or you can have a selection of unique images for each writer.
Consider having each student or group member bring in a picture and trade with someone else.
Students can write stories to go along with these pictures.
Each worksheet includes a fun cartoon picture, and a few sheets of lined writing paper.
Choose one of the pictures to distribute to the children: Animals and a Cross Fireworks and a Picnic Frog and Alien Lady and Leprechaun Penguin and Mice Snake and Caterpillar Use full page or half page templates to print your story. You can do a cooperative project by having one student act as author and another as illustrator.
Having a Picture Story Board for the author to give to the illustrator can help the process.