Teaching Resource: Creative Writing Lesson Plan

It’s finally ready!

The Creative Writing Lesson Plan has been a labor of love since January. The decision to put it together grew from a desire to engage my son in a way that would foster a joy for storytelling. Many hours went into it’s creation.

And if one other teacher or homeschool parent or student could be blessed by it, I had to share it. But more than that, I wanted to share it.

It may seem strange to be so excited over a project that I’m giving away, but I am passionate about education and helping others. I hope this lesson plan helps in a time when there’s still so much uncertainty.

The Creative Writing Lesson Plan is aimed at kids in grades 5-9. It’s intended to be used with the Pixar Storytelling course on Khan Academy, and includes daily lesson plans, handouts, and worksheets. Plus, there are two lesson plan extensions for editing and revising. In total, it’s over 60 pages!

Download the Creative Writing Lesson Plan for FREE: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Creative-Writing-Lesson-Plan-5856897

Virtual Classroom Ready

Google Slides are included with the Creative Writing Lesson Plan, for those looking for remote learning options. Additionally, thanks to TeachersPayTeachers.com, you can also now integrate the worksheets on TpT with Google Classroom—converting them into online assignments. (Instructions for turning the worksheets into digital assignments are included in the lesson plan download.)

A video preview of the first 15 pages.

View additional teaching resources on my TpT page. If you’ve used any of my teaching resources, I’d love to hear about your experience.

Thanks to Greg Pattridge for hosting MMGM! Be sure to check out the other Marvelous Middle Grade Monday posts!

Update: Added a video preview.

Published by K.A. Cummins

K.A. Cummins is an award-winning indie author. Her work has appeared on goHavok.com and she’s a former Lands Uncharted contributor.

12 thoughts on “Teaching Resource: Creative Writing Lesson Plan

  1. Sounds like a great resource for parents and teachers. I work in a K-5 school- but I will pass this along to friends with kids in 5-9. Thanks for sharing!

  2. Thanks for posting this great resource. I’ll be sharing it with two home school groups and several parents who are home schooling for at least the first month of the school year.

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