How to Use This Course
Do you have a child who loves to write? How about a reluctant writer? Creative Storytelling incorporates activities to engage them both. The course begins with a look at what creative writing is and then moves into character development, plot development, setting, and more. But instead of traditional writing assignments, students will be given the opportunity to write about life as a kitchen appliance, create their own fractured fairy tale, write their autobiography, and much more!
Each weekly Creative Storytelling lesson is broken into two separate lessons. Each lesson continues building on a concept being explored and gives the student time to write imaginatively on a wide variety of topics and in a broad assortment of styles. From completing detailed character charts to writing their autobiography, writing a short story, or drafting a letter for a great grandchild, these writing lessons are wonderful ways to engage even the most reluctant writers.
Printable lessons with writing assignments.
- Lesson One: Types of Creative Writing
- Lessons Two-Six: Character Development
- Lessons Seven-Twelve: Plot Development
- Lessons Thirteen-Thirty: Details coming soon