Last year Freddie's mother sent him a Valentine's Day card - at least that's what Freddie thinks, given the clues she may or may not have left. We've provided an intriguing story starter to get the kids writing the rest of this Valentine's Day story.
Valentine's Day Story Starters
We've used the excuse of Valentine's Day to come up with a set of fun story starters for the kids. Our story starters are designed to give just a little nudge - enough to get reluctant writers started on a story of their own, or prompt kids who have too much imagination and find it hard to find a starting point!
We've started this story - now it is up to the kids to finish it. What was the surprise that George was planning? And how would Tim be roped in to help?
Mum (Mom) has been planning a surprise for Valentine's Day, but it looks like the children's fighting might put a stop to it. How is this story going to progress? We've provided the "starter", now it is up to the kids to provide the rest!
Sometimes just a little nudge is needed to get kids writing a really creative story, and that's what this story starter is all about. Will there be a Valentine's Day delivery? And what will happen next?
Have you ever written a Valentine card for a friend, disguising your handwriting and hoping that they will think they have a secret admirer? If so, this might be the story starter for you ...
This simple Valentine's Day story starter aims to provide a "picture" that the kids can use to take the story further. Who is the card for? Why? Is that a surprise?