How to make a Story for KidsMaking a story for children
Tips For Story Writing For Children
First you construct your protagonist. These are important characteristics of a protagonist: Has a need or issue. He has the capacity to resolve the issue, whether he knows it or not (there is usually more tension if he does not know it). Has often made a mistake to resolve the issue or gain the rewards.
Then think of your side characters: the protagonist's friend and foe. For your convenience, I've included some kinds of side personalities, along with some of the most popular of each. Hints for the creation of characters: When you already have a land parcel in your thoughts, think about who needs this land parcel - who has a need that would satisfy the rewards of the land parcel?
That'?s your protagonist. Combination of different kinds of signs. For example: a fun villian (Dr. Evil in Austin Powers); a mind that' s also a wild card (Hagrid in Harry Potter); a villian who becomes an associate and assists the primary player to resolve the actual issue (Floop in Spy Kids).
If the story issue is more serious, the story is more serious. Don't be kind to your personality! It' so much more interesting, the player is learning more, and the rewards are more precious, because the player has worked so harder for it. Perhaps your personalities will battle for survival and battle among themselves.
If your story seems too small or too small, include more conflict and obstruction. You know how to resolve the issue before you start writing. Whoever the protagonist is has to resolve the issue.
All Write: Getting a Story Idea
"Just make a story," your instructor says. At times the most difficult part of the letter is an notion. So, how can you invent the most imaginative and inventive story concept ever? These are some hints for developing story-scripts. Hint 1: Thoughts are everywhere! You' re full of story ideas.
You make something fun at luncheon? Watch out for the little things in your live and note down the things that catch your eye. Do something with yourself. If it' s writing day, you will have pages full of story-idea! Hint 2: Thoughts are in the book! Read some of your favourite textbooks.
How would the story look if you would change the protagonist, the attitude or the solution to the issue? Is the protagonist facing a dilemma that will remind you of something in your own world? Utilize history as a source of motivation for your own thoughts. And the more tales you tell, the better you become a novelist!
Hint 3: Your hearts are filled with great thoughts! Draw up a shortlist of characters, acitivities, animals and other things you like. Tell us about the things you like, the things you are scared of and the things you are hoping for. All the best story suggestions come from the bottom of my hearts! Look at these great ledgers - all about story generation!