Common Core and You {Narrative Writing....again??}

Yes. Narrative writing....again.....well, personal narratives! :)

Here are our "ouch stories":

We started with this as our pre-write, which I also use as our first draft:

And then we moved to our final draft {we stuck band-aides to the side of our paper for the added drama}:

Click {here} to download this freebie! :)
I've also included upper-grades writing paper


diditeach said...

Kids LOVE to tell their boo boo dramas......thanks for this !

Anonymous said...

Thanks for sharing this idea! I will be using this next year!

Delighted in Second

Lori Rosenberg said...

My students LOVE to tell me all about their boo-boos! Now, they can write about it! Thanks for the wonderful activity!

ΡΌ Lori

Teaching With Love and Laughter

Michelle Griffo said...

This is adorable! I love the band aide font! :)

Apples and ABC's

Suzy Q said...

Love, love, love the title! And I appreciate the plain lines, too.

Angie said...

If there's something kids LOVE to talk about---it's definitely their boo-boos! =) I have a generic page for them to tell me all about those at our writing station and it's one of the top things they write about daily. I love your freebie! The OUCH font is perfect! Can't wait to add this to our writing next year! Thanks for sharing! :)

Rulin' the Roost

Kindertrips said...

This is so great. Thank you for sharing it!


Very cute! Kids love to tell all about their ouchies! Thanks for sharing.

The Teacher's Backpack

test said...

LOVE the cute writing prompt! Thanks Rachelle! :)

Mrs. Lirette's Learning Detectives

Kristin said...

Such a cute idea!!!!!!

Michelle Hudgeons said...

I love that bandaid font!!! Thank you for sharing this!
Michelle @ Smitten With First

Lisa R. said...

Love this!! My students used this page from your writing prompts & loved it. The bandaids are adorable!

Learning Is Something to Treasure

Erin said...

Thanks for all of your freebies and tips!! You were a lifesaver through my student teaching and first year of teaching! :)


Elementary Adventure

Amanda Kendall said...

Great idea for writing personal narrative. I'm going to use and adapt for 4th grade. I have used "Scar Stories" to get some of my more reluctant writers going... there is always a good story behind a scar. :)

The Teaching Thief

Monica said...

Thank you for sharing this cute idea...I'm not sure who will like this or my kiddos :)

Treasures for Teaching

smoran892 said...

Love the freebie! Thanks! I had the hardest time teaching writing narratives my first year so I created a whole TpT packet to help me and it went WAY better this year. This is a perfect little intro to our unit!

T.G.I.F. (Thank God it's First Grade!)

Inspired Writing Teacher said...

This is an AWESOME resource! Thank you so much for sharing this with us!!! =)

Anonymous said...

I love this writing activity. I'm so exciting about using Common Core this year with my 2nd graders. I'm your newest follower. If you get a chance check out my blog "Calling Plays in 2nd Grade"

Thanks, Shanell

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