¡Gracias por visitar nuestra página de educación! Mira abajo para algunas actividades muy divertidas de escritura creativa en casa.

Actividad 1: La Historia Más Rápida del mundo!!!
Escribe una historia que contiene las seis partes de una historia (escenario, personajes, principio, medio y final, y título), y pon un temporizador por 2 minutos. Vez cómo haces y si termine durante estos 2 minutos, intenta hacerlo en 1 minuto y después 30 segundos. Vea cuáles ideas increíbles salen de tu mente.

Actividad 2: Historias sobre Imágenes
Usando todas las 6 partes de una historia, elige una imagen en una revista o periódico y escribe una historia basado en la imagen. ¿Qué ves en la imagen? ¿Hay Personajes? ¿Hay un escenario? ¿En qué punto de la historia tiene lugar la imagen? ¿El Principio? ¿El medio? ¿El fin? ¿Qué pasó justo antes de la imagen ocurrió y qué sigue después?

 

Actividad 3: Cúal es tu Historia?

Escribe una historia sobre algo verdadero que te haya pasado. ¿Piensa en cuando te sentías emocionado? ¿Cuando tenías miedo o te sentías confundido? ¿Una instancia cuando aprendiste algo? Toma una de estas experiencias y escribe una historia sobre ese momento, úsate tu mismo como el personaje central. Esta historia tendrá un principio, un medio y un fin, y recuerda escribir tus sentimientos en las historia. Por Ejemplo, podría empezar como: “Una vez, yo estaba en el kindergarten y monté el autobús desde escuela hasta mi casa todos los días, pero un dia, por accidente, me dejaron en el bus! Esto es lo que pasó…”

Actividad 4: Qué es un símil?

Un símil es una comparación entre dos cosas usando la palabra “como”. Normalmente usamos los símiles cuando estamos describiendo algo en una historia.

Por ejemplo, quizás quieras usar un símil para describir cómo te sientes cuando hace mucho frío en el invierno.
“Cuando fui afuera, me sentí como un carámbano.”

O, podrías usar un símil para ayudarte pintar una imagen de lo que estás hablando.
“El cuello de la jirafa se movió como una paja flexible.”
O
“Grité como un león para despertar a mi hermano.”

Ahora es tu turno tratar de usar los símiles! Escribe una historia ficcional (nueva, inventada) que contiene un personaje (por lo menos), un escenario, la introducción/el principio, la mitad/el desarrollo, un final, y el título. Mientras escribes, trata de incluir 3 símiles en tu historia para describir el personaje, escenario, las emociones o imágenes que están en la historia.


Entrega Tu Historia Aquí

Entrega Tu Película Corta Aquí

 

 

Why I think kids should be able to go buckwild and horse play for 5 hours straight

By Mikchayel W., Harold Washington School
Arguments Songs Monkeys Come Alive That's Weird, Grandma

First I think kids should go buckwild because kids don’t wanna learn. We wanna play. We wanna rule the classroom. We thirst for power.

Next I believe kids should play because most kids think teachers make learning boring.

Last I think kids should play in the classroom because why waste all our crazy energy on positivity. C’mon let’s destroy somethin’.

NO WAIT I DISAGREE.

I disagree because I don’t wanna loose all my energy.

Next I disagree because there’s 24 hours in a day and we only get 5 hours.

Third I disagree with myself because I just like arguing.

My Day

By Julian A., South Loop Elementary
True Stories Poems Songs Monkeys Come Alive

My day is always good
I have a fun day
Sometimes I have boring days
And sometimes I have happy days
I have a singing day
I have a big day
I have a flying day
I have a super day
I have a balloon day
I have a cake day
I have a girlfriend day
I have a book day
I have a zoo day
I have a hyper day
I have a power day
I have a mad day
I have a test day
I have a swimming day
I have a TV day
I like Friday because it’s fun
And the last day of the week
I have a karate day
I have a quick day
I have a breakfast day.

Bad Car

By Freddie B., 4th Grade, Chalmers Elementary
Songs Monkeys Come Alive Podcasts That's Weird, Grandma Other Venues TOTL 2005

The car turned upside down and it flipped over to the side that had the suitcase in it. how did it flip over. because it was driving fast and it flipped over and i hope it won’t flip and blow up and people was looking at the car when it flipped over to the other when the people saw it and it had a song with it too. it called is a song that flipped over to the other side

and the people was sad because the car flipped over and they was looking at it and baby was crying and I was sad because the car flipped over and that was a good good very very good and pretty and i like that car and everybody else liked that car too. James liked that car too. Freddie liked that car and Sidney liked that car too and Elijah liked that car too and Jamal liked that car too and Patrick liked that car too Brandi liked that car too and everybody and I liked it too

and when the car flipped over I was not happy and when the car flipped over everybody I mean everybody was sad when the car flipped over

and I talked to people was in the car because they was driving fast too and the car flipped over because they was driving too fast and the people was sad because they was driving too fast and the policeman came and the firefighters came too everybody came too class was happy and I was the only me Freddie and Sidney and James was the only ones sad when the care flipped over when the people was in it too and I was very very very sad and I cried too because the car flipped over to the other side too and I was very unhappy when the car flipped over to the other side too and everyone was very

and a song too
here it go
[music notes]
The end of Freddie’s story.

Listen to the podcast episode adapted from this story!

Friends

By Desirae V., Loyola Park After School Program
Songs Monkeys Come Alive Podcasts That's Weird, Grandma Other Venues TOTL 2005

One day I was playing video games. I went to the moon with my friends. My friends came to my grammother house. My favorite color is pink. I like to eat chicken. Moon dance Oh baby? Oh baby I like to eat McDonalds My favorite thing is the color orange I like to exercise I drink root beer I like to watch T.V.

Listen to the podcast episode adapted from this story!

The Knowheres

By Jannel C., 5th Grade, Harold Washington Elementary
Songs Monkeys Come Alive That's Weird, Grandma

The Knowheres were lived in the middle of knowhere. The Knowhere were a family of 15 teen 5 daughters, 5 sons, 3 grandparents plus the parents. The children were very bad. They screamed and hollard and threw things at each other but then were smart and obediant Elawiese was the first daughter but she always hopes and dreams. So the other kids always laugh at her but did not care. So she decided to go to America and no to surprise she was asked where she live and she said no where. So they bought her a house so she lived happily in America.