In a recent article, I described my fondest memory of Primary School being the creative writing games my Grade 5 teacher would do with us. From roll-a-story worksheets to finish the ending of the story writing sprints I loved every minute of them. In this article I’m going to be looking at Narrative Writing Prompts (3rd to 7th grade) and share what’s included in the latest resource within the Cultivating Creative Writers range.
What’s a narrative again?
According to Merriam-Webster, a narrative is, “a way of presenting or understanding a situation or series of events that reflects and promotes a particular point of view or set of values.” The dictionary also defines it as, “having the form of a story or representing a story…or relating to the process of telling a story.”
Simply put, a narrative is a piece of writing that tells a story.
What is included in the Narrative Writing Prompts (3rd to 7th Grade) resource?
Included in this resource is:
- Student Cheat Sheet – outlining a basic description and core elements of a paragraph, short story, letter and diary entry.
- 12 x Grids – each grid has 20 narrative prompts (including paragraph, short story, letter and diary entry).
That’s 240 narrative writing prompts for upper elementary students.
Where do I find the Narrative Writing Prompts 3rd to 7th Grade?
The Narrative Writing Prompts Resource is part of the Cultivating Creative Writers Range which is available now in my TeachersPayTeachers store (Two Little Amigos).
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