Make a Story: Writing Journal
Use these versatile journals to help your young ones write and illustrate their own story. The journal starts off with a title page and a dedication page (maybe they’ll dedicate their story to you!) followed by 25 story pages. Each page has three lines at the bottom (with a dotted midline) to help them write out their story and the remainder of the page is blank for them to draw in their illustration. After they are done with their story, they can write a little biography and create a self-portrait for the “About the Author” page. When they are finished with everything, they will enjoy answering the reading-comprehension questions about their story. If they need some help getting going on their story, there are some “story starters” printed on the inside of the front cover. There are also 100 high frequency words printed on the inside of the back cover to help them along. When they are all done they not only will have a completed story, but they will have learned all the parts of a book!