¡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

 

 

Horror At Key Lime Cove

By Justin, 4th Grade, Dewey School of Excellence

Once upon a time there was a horror hotel called Key lime cove. Me and my brother, couzin, Dad, step mom, little sister, we Didn’t read the sign it said horror inside so we went in And the Doors shut close. We didn’t know what was going on so we found the hotel room and got settled in. Then we went to the water resort inside key lime cove And me my couzin and brother was going on the slide And two octopuses asked to race. We made a deal if we lose we get eaten. If we win we can own the place. So we raced And we lose so soon we go down there, they mouth was open and we’ll fall in there And never came back and parents couldn’t find us. The End.

Attack of the Onomatopoeias!

By Lucas, Loyola Park After School Program

Attack of the Onomatopoeias!
Once upon a time there was a place called Simile-ville. It was a peaceful place. In Winter it was as cold as a freezer. In Spring it was as beautiful as cherry blossoms! In Summer, ‘twas as hot as a boiler! And in Fall it was as orange as a tangerine! Until one day the onomatopoeias attacked! The inhabitants, the smilers, were unarmed and untrained for battle and lost the first fight.

Attack of the Onomatopoeias!
Chapter 2: Defence
The next day, some traders came and thought, “Oh no!” These guys are under siege! We know some people who might help!” So the men went and found their friends who were experienced fighters and the smilers and the traders joined forces. The End

The Orphan Girl

By Juliza, McPherson Elementary

Once in an orphanage in 1935, there were many orphans. The two best friends, Ellie and Leah went to play outside. Ellie and Leah had a big imagination. That day Ellie and Leah were pretending to look for lost treasure. Ellie started digging until her shovel hit something. “Do you think we found real treasure?” said Leah. Ellie cleared of the dirt from the thing. “Mia Blake, 1873 - 1885” Ellie said. “Thats weird…” Leah said. It was time for bed so Leah and Ellie went back inside. In the middle of the night Ellie and Leah woke up to tapping on the window. The saw a girl, a little older than them. “My name is Mia Blake. I died in this orphanage 50 years ago in a fire. Now it is all your turn!” The girl disappeared and a fire started “Everyone wake up! FIRE!” Everyone ran out of the orphanage in time. The girls and all the other orphans were safe but Leah and Ellie were cursed forever.
The End.

Extreme Alien Party!

By Khalael, 4th Grade, Dixon Elementary School

Once upon a time there was an blue Alien named Blue-bow-bleep-blop. He was a blue as the ocean! One day he wanted to see his friends Khalael and Johanna. So he called them, and they were on their way! They had went to an alien party! It was Extreme! There were fly ships and I heard super car’s racing “vroom” “reerh” It felt like 100 billion years on that planet (even tho it was an hour). When we got back we were as sleepy as sloth’s and we were sleep for a whole day! The End.

Evil Devil Printer

By Ellen, 4th Grade, Peirce International School

Once I wanted to print a coloring sheet out on the computer. So I went to ask my Dad and he said “yes.” So I went to the computer and I picked a page, chose a size and pressed print. The printer made some weird noises and started shooting out paper! After shooting 20 pieces out I was scared. Some paper it printed the sheet and it was good. Two days later I went to print another image and it did the exact same thing again – except it shot out more. Me and my Dad are still trying to figure out what is wrong with it so I do not have any answers right now so THE END.

The Prince and Princess

By Ingrid D, 4th Grade, Little Village Academy

Setting: Castle
Prince: Hello princess where do you live?
Princess: Hello prince. I live in a castle. Where do you live?
Prince: I live in a castle too.
Princess: That’s awesome.
Prince: Do you want to go to my castle.
Princess: I love to but I have to tell my mom who is the queen and also my dad who is the king.
Prince: Okay I will wait for you.
(Talks to her parents)
Princess: Guess what
Prince: What
Princess: my parents said yes but I have to be careful.
Prince: I will protect you. Want to go out for dinner tonight.
Princess: I will love to.
Prince: I will pick you up at 6:00 okay.
Princess: Okay.
Prince: Would you like to be my wife?
Princess: I am so sorry but I am already marry and I have 2 girls. I am so sorry. I have to go.
Prince: Okay ☹
The End.

Lost Mouth

By Enrique, Loyola Park After School Program

One day a boy name Willy but he never like to share but some came to him and said you share or have no mouth. But he never listen to his Mom who said “can I get some of your chips” but he said “no.” The next day he look at himself he saw that he had no mouth. He was cry. Then he start to share and the next day he got his mouth and start to share more. THE END.

I Need to Use the Bathroom

By Michael and Alexis, 4th Grade, McPherson Elementary

Setting: In the Pool in the Day
Characters: Floor, Water
F: uhh water (worried)
W: Yah
F: I need to use the Bathroom! (Scared)
W: What do you mean (worried)
F: I mean that I about to pee (worried)
W: Well just go and use it (clam)
F: but I can’t go anywhere (scared)
W: What! (angry)
F: uh water I just used it. (Super duper scared)
W: NOOOOOOOOOO! (Super Angry)
F: I’m so sorry
W: Really you just peed on me (turning red)
The End.

The Twisted Trumpet

By Imani, 6th Grade, Erie Charter School

One day a man named billy Bod was the most famous trumpet 60s player ever. One day his trumpet Broke! It snapped in half because he Blew it to hard! So then he saw this really ugly lady that had a long witch nose. He said do you have a trumpet I can have? She said “Yes” he paid 50 g’s and he got it when it was his Big concert the trumpet glew and misshaped itself when ever he played he started playing terrible and he got kicked out of the studio! Then he went to his wife and she said I’m leaving you! He cried and cried until he was 110 years old he died of heart stroke and then he was getting good at the thing he knew best playing the trumpet! And people can still hear the music till this day. The End.

Shame

By Injil, 5th Grade, Dixon Elementary School

It was a cold night. Rained poured puddles and sleet slid off ceilings from yesterday. I wonder with a sad sorrow sulking voice, “Do igloos imitate iguanas or impress ice?” I wandered off in my mind, sad as a shrew on a Sunday with no sunflower seeds. I was wearing a bashful baby blue, crying operas of sad body language. Tears fumbled down my posters of people’s postured and pasteurized face. All left was gloom, sadder than a dog caught destroying and damaging D-Rose sneakers. Captain Crunch was Captain Crud. Cocoa Puffs were Blank Puffs. And Fruit Loops was Gloom Rings. My piano weeped and guitar wined and trombone whimpered. I was a sad moon, wanting to shine but no sun reflection to do so. Drowned in doom and gloom, no life in my room, stale hay on my broom, sad depressed mushrooms, string and yarn too bummed to be loomed. Soon, the daylight and flowers began to bloom. My piano sang, my guitar talked soothingly, and my trombone whistled. The moon peeked from the sky, & the sun brought it out. Life listened and learned, and lived lively for life in my room. Shame shimmed on. The End.