We all know we need to do more to protect our bees. Children can use this story paper to explain why bees are so important or to write a fun bee themed story.
Summer Story Starters
The best thing about our story starters is that the kids can take the stories in any direction they choose. Give two different children the same summer story starter, and who knows what might happen! It might also be interesting to re-present the same story starter a year later and see how your child has developed over the period. But however you use them, children find our story starters fun!
Children sometimes need a little help getting started with creative writing, and our story starters are great at firing their imagination. Try using this camping story starter to inspire them.
What adventures await on this special caravan holiday? Kids will enjoy finishing our caravan holiday story starter.
We've borrowed the opening line from Enid Blyton's Five Find-Outers story, the Mystery of the Invisible Thief. Use the printable to spark your child's imagination and see what sort of story they come up with. Why not then read the original book and compare?
What flavour would your kids invent if they were trying to enter a competition like the one Matty's local ice cream parlour is running? And what would be the consequences if they won, I wonder?
Kids can have some fun with this mystery holiday story starter. Oliver doesn't know where he will end up on his holiday. What will happen next, do you think?
What would happen if your sandcastle became real and life-sized? Use our story starter printable to complete the story.
Sometimes kids just need a little inspiration to help start creative writing. Use our School's Out story starter to help them write a summer holiday adventure.
Here's a summer story starter to inspire kids to do some fun creative writing! What will happen during a thrilling summer storm?
Encourage reluctant writers to put pen to paper with this sunny day story paper. We've started off telling a fun tale set on a sunny day, so all the kids have to do is write about what happens next...
This "surfer boy" story starter worksheet asks children to look at the boy in the picture and make notes about him - then write a story. As a second writing activity we ask children to do some research into surfing and decide whether they would like to have a go...