Teaching Resource: Lesson Plan Coming Soon

I began posting this teaching resource series in February. The worksheets, handouts, and lesson plan were things I had created as part of a creative writing course for our homeschool. We officially finished the course last week. It was then that I realized the last worksheet set wasn’t necessary. At least not as a separateContinue reading “Teaching Resource: Lesson Plan Coming Soon”

Teaching Resource: World Building

This is the fourth set in a series resources for beginning fiction writers. The series was inspired by the free Pixar storytelling course on Khan Academy. If you’d like to know more about this teaching resource series, check out the first post here. And May the 4th be with you! 😉 View additional teaching resourcesContinue reading “Teaching Resource: World Building”

Teaching Resource: Character Development

This is the third set in a series of worksheets for beginning fiction writers. The series was inspired by the free Pixar storytelling course on Khan Academy. It’s suitable for students in middle grade and high school, and even beginning adult writers. If you’d like to know more about this teaching resource series, check outContinue reading “Teaching Resource: Character Development”

Teaching Resource: Story Cast List

The Story Cast List worksheets are the second set in a series of resources for beginning fiction writers. The series was inspired by the free Pixar storytelling course on Khan Academy. If you’d like to know more about this series of teaching resources, check out the first post here. Developing a cast for a storyContinue reading “Teaching Resource: Story Cast List”

Teaching Resource: Story Spine Worksheets

Starting a new story can be exciting and daunting. Lots of ideas swirling around, but capturing them and molding them into a finished story is tough. As both a writer and a homeschool mom with a student who cringes at the thought of writing—any writing—breaking the process up into smaller, guided chunks took us fromContinue reading “Teaching Resource: Story Spine Worksheets”