Children can write about their own snowman-building experiences on our fun story paper before colouring in the picture - or practise their creative writing skills by coming up with a story based on what they see in the picture.
Winter Story Paper
Our story paper is designed to encourage children's creativity by providing pictures to prompt the writing process! They can either make up stories using the pictures as inspiration - or perhaps describe what they see in the picture instead. Either way, they might like to colour in the picture at the end of the writing process, too!
This story paper is a fun way to encourage children to write about their own experiences with snow - perhaps catching snowflakes, perhaps building a snowman, perhaps even tasting snow!
Use our cosy winter scene story paper to inspire the kids to write a creative story set at Christmas time, or to write about their own Christmas? You could also use it for a Christmas list or thank you letter.
There are lots of details for the kids to write about on this ice rink story paper, or maybe they could write about their own experiences at an ice rink? Our picture is based on the lovely winter ice rink at Somerset House, in London. Choose from lined and handwriting versions below.
There's nothing better than a snow day - or just a snowy day! Get the kids to imagine what they might do on a snow day, what they did on a recent snow day, make up a story, or describe what they can see in the picture...
Use this story paper to write down what you've learned about snowflakes, or perhaps to write a story about one...
I wonder what this snowman is thinking about? What he would say if he could talk? Perhaps the children would like to make up a story about that - or something else! We have two versions of story paper - lined or handwriting - to choose from.
This illustration showing a lovely family of four snowmen is sure to spark some creative writing! Available lined and with handwriting lines.
Kids can use this paper for making up a story about the two children they see, describing the clothes they are wearing, or just writing about winter in general.
Ask the kids to write a creative story based on this fun winter scene, or maybe to write about the activities they enjoy in the winter. We have lined and handwriting lines versions to choose from below.
Can the kids write a creative story based on this pretty winter scene? What will the people who live on this street decide to do on such a wintry day? They could also write about their own experiences of waking up on a snowy winter's day like this one!
Sometimes a simple prompt can spark off a very interesting, creative story - and perhaps this winter tree illustration will do exactly that!