Use our "bang story paper" to encourage the kids to write an exciting story which incorporates either the word BANG or the concept. They might also like to colour in the picture
Word Art Story Paper
Here's a new twist on a creative prompt for story writing!
Get the kids to think of a way of incorporating one of our "noisy words" - all onomatopoeic - into a short piece of writing. The word could be used to start the story, included within it, or perhaps used as the punch line. We created these for our Bonfire Night pages but of course there are so many stories that you can build around them, there's no need to limit them to fireworks!
We also have some lovely motivational word story paper for some personal goal setting or building self confidence.
This 'believe' word story paper is perfect for writing inspirational creative stories or writing your own thoughts on what it means to 'believe'. There's a pretty illustration to colour in, too...
How can the kids get the word BOOM into their story? Use this fun printable story paper to find out! Children might also like to colour in the picture.
Fires crackle, fireworks crackle, old clothes crackle, old pieces of paper might crackle… There are all sorts of ways that a story incorporating the word "crackle" could go! Print out this story paper to find out what your child will come up with.
Do you like to write down what happens in your dreams? You could use this story paper to record them or write about your hopes and dreams for the future...
Write down your thoughts on what faith means to you on this pretty story paper, then colour in the illustration. We have lined and handwriting lined versions to choose from below.
How can the kids incorporate the word "phase" into their story? There are a number of ways that we can think of – perhaps a fizzy drink or a fizzy firework! Choose from 2 versions of our story paper, and don't forget to suggest that they colour in the picture too.
Children can use this story paper to make a list of plants they might like to try growing! They could also think about how they might drow as a person and set themselves some goals.
When what you do has an impact, it can ripple out and touch many people. That's why it is important to make sure that your actions have a good impact on the world!
Use this 'Love' word story paper for kinds of love-themed writing projects. Perfect for Valentine's Day, perhaps? Choose from two versions below: lined, or with handwriting lines.
What pops? Kids can brainstorm some ideas before starting to write an interesting story which includes the word – or the sound – POP! This fun story paper also has a word art colouring page to inspire and entertain them.