Everything you need to teach how to plot a story for children.
Plot a Story Mind Map for Children | Bundle of 8 rich resources for bringing ideas for a story to life!
- Story in printable pdf+ audio file (Read by student Aaron)
- Printable Story Plot
- Resources on the five (5) elements of a plot with explanation and examples from illustrated story and best literature examples
Special add-on: Worksheets to build a story and work out a plot by reading your favourite story.
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Kind Words are like Honey: An illustrated story about the power of kind words!
This is a story about a character named Bunga and his friend Hum - it teaches children that kind words and deeds are like honey. They can encourage, comfort, and start something wonderful like a sweet friendship!. Aaron, our student reads this beautiful story (audio file is attached)
Mind maps are a powerful tool for brainstorming, planning and thinking on paper. They also work well for presentations. You begin with a main idea in the centre. Here, we show you how to plot a story. It starts with a theme. From there, you add sub-ideas in the ovals and then break those down further into smaller details. In each resource, our educators explain and give examples for the standard plot structure of a story”
The standard plot structure consists of five main elements:
1-Exposition: Introduces the character and setting with explanation and best examples from literature or movies
2-Rising Action: Something changes; the characters meet a challenge or crisis with explanation and best examples from literature or movies
3-Climax: The turning point and most exciting part of a story with explanation and best examples from literature or movies
4-FallingAction: Events that follow as a result of the climax with explanation and best examples from literature or movies
5-Resolution: The end that occurs after a conflict is resolved and a character has changed.
Level: Upper PrimaryResources: Bundle of 8 with an optional add on – work sheets
Language: British English
Publication Date: November 2021