Children's Write your own Story BookKids write their own storybook
A4-children write and paint their own story book
Unleash the creativity with this high-quality A4 workbook. The inside contains 100 pages of 80 g/m brilliant white paper. Fifty pages have a surface for sketching, then 7 dark circles at the bottom of the page to write a story to the image.
Contains 50 smooth leaves for extra images.
Lettering and creativity
But as anyone who has tried it knows, it can be very difficult to get an image out of your mind and onto a sheet of pen! The biggest challenge for the kids, of course, is to create their own story out of nothing.
I have provided some samples for the kids to use in making these toys and for the kids to make the definitive design of their book. I' ve put them in the order I would give them to the kid. Ask yourself 5 quizzes about your story.
Respond to your question. Scetch 4 images quickly to illustrate your story ideas. The Sentence Story Board Use 4 to 6 sets to draw your story ideas. Draw up a general outline: You can use ruled papers to create a coarse design of your story. Self-edit: Put your raw design aside for at least one full working days.
Then, please browse your story and search for: action evolution (beginning, mid and end), personality evolution, attitude, hefty words (adverbs and adjectives), Grammar, orthography and punctuation. It is best to proofread your story each and every reading for a different element (in other words, don't try to correct your action and your orthography at the same time).
Allow one of your peers to review, comment and correct your story. Editing for adults: Have your story reviewed, commented and corrected by a tutor or family. You can use full-page or half-page originals to reprint your story. A Picture Story Board provided by the writer to the artist can help.
You can also have the kids trade textbooks and illustrations for each other. Another author/illustrator is teaching the kids how to work together to produce and distribute music. Let the kids include the definitive design of their book in the room of the class. They can then enjoy each other' s readings during the calm harvesting period.
They can extend the projects by letting the kids write "book reviews" of the other titles. Ensure that the kids are directed to use the "3 star and a wish" approach when conducting their book revisions to avoid hurting emotions - each book report should contain 3 affirmative remarks and a "wish" (constructive criticism).
This should also contain the story's name, writer and graphic artist.