Nearly every day, something eventful happens in children's lives. Capture those moments with Stories From Experience.
Keep an easel with lined chart paper handy. Ask an open-ended question, such as ;Who heard something at the pond today? Let's write a story about those sounds. Write each child's words, and who said them: ;I heard the frog croak,; said Juanna. As you writ
For very young children, do stories in small groups or individually. Write their stories on the paper for them to illustrate.
Think about what you and your friends saw or did today. An adult writes your story on easel paper with a Crayola® Washable Marker.
On lined story paper, use Crayola® Colored Pencils to copy your experience story. (To make story paper, draw lines on the bottom third of large sheets of paper.)
With Crayola® Crayons, markers, and/or colored pencils, draw your impressions of your experience. Be creative and colorful.
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