¡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

 

 

Mr. Money and Mrs. Spaghetti in the Dragon and His Wife

By Katia G, Giovanny M, Jose C, Luis S, Christian, Mario L, Mayra B. , 4th Grade, Seward
That's Weird, Grandma

A dragon lived in an office. The dragon drinks coffee and eats donuts and the dragon always has the office all messy. This dragon hates meat. Throughout the day, the dragon works on a computer and reports stuff about money and jobs. The dragon works with a chicken, an alien, a little ant, and a bunny. The dragon’s name is Mr. Money. Mr. Money is married with Mrs. Spaghetti. Each time he sneezes, he burns paper from work and burns all the stuff in the office. The other workers don’t want Mr. Money to work because the workers are mad and always calling 911 for the fire department to come. One day, unfortunely, Mr. money sneezed on his wife Mrs. Spaghetti and he cooked her and ate her. He was sad and lonely. The end.

The Beast Who Want to Eat King Mac

By Deanna J., 4th Grade, Reavis
Dialogues That's Weird, Grandma

Characters a four eye beast and a king name king mac.
Setting in the four eye beast house.

King Mac: thank you for coming the you nice house (bowing at the four eye beast.)
Four eye beast: you’re welcome. what do you want for dinner?
King Mac: I don’t know.
Four eye beast: I don’t mind eating you.
King Mac: you can’t eat me.
Four eye beast: yum! (eating King Mac)
King Mac: you eat me. (crying)

Girl is Man

By James C., 4th Grade, Columbia Explorers Academy
That's Weird, Grandma

Once there was a hamburger that was the size of a man.  She saw a star, and said “I wish I was a real girl.  I don’t want to be a girl hamburger, but a real girl.” But what she didn’t know that the star was an opposite star and she came out a man.

The Man and The Pig

By Jamal S., Jordan Community School
Songs That's Weird, Grandma Other Venues Storefront 2002 Wilmette 2007

[Sadly, portions of this story have been lost.  Brackets indicate where we have reconstructed the story from memory.]

There is a man that killed a pig. And slicing the pig and taking the meat and his guts out. He is going to serve it to the people. [He puts it] with fish and bread and beans [and the people will eat it].
Part Two
The pig has returned to earth. And he is getting his guts and his meat back. And he kill the man that kill him and kill the people that eat his guts. And he takes his guts and his meat back.

Escalator Argument

By Martin C., 5th Grade, Cleveland School
Arguments That's Weird, Grandma

I think there should be escalators in schools.
1. First thing when you walk up the stair you hurt your back.
2. Second, you might slip off the stairs when they are wet.
3. Next, you can step on some ones shoelace and they could trip.
4. Last some one might push you when you are walking down the stairs and you can break a body part.
Con:
1. If you mop the escalator you can get electrified.
2. You might get stuck in a stair and loose your clothes.
3. You can fall and get hurt on the metal.

Cheerleaders!

By Julie F., 3rd Grade, Cleveland School
That's Weird, Grandma Other Venues Wilmette 2007

Once upon a time there was a Captain Cheerleader and a Co-captain Cheerleader and the was 4 girls who were the back up Cheerleaders. The Captains name was Julie the Co-Captain name was Jasmin. The back up girls names were Natalie, Kayla, my cousin Jessica and my best friend Jasmin. We do flip and cartwheels and most of all cheer moves. We go to competitions. Most of the time we win the rest we lose. We have done 10 competitions. We won eight and lost two. We are going to the finals. If we win our team is going to be the best cheerleading squad in the school. The cheerleading group won the finals. They lived happily being the best cheerleading squad in the school.
The End!

800 feet tall American Girl Doll / A talking picture

By Abbey A., 2nd Grade, South Loop School
Dialogues That's Weird, Grandma Other Venues Wilmette 2007

Setting: A shoe the size of a house
Characters: 800 feet tall American Girl Doll / A talking picture

Narrator: Once upon a time there was a talking picture.  1 day he was going to ask a 800 feet tall American Girl Doll a question.  So she did.
Talk.: How tall are you?
Ame.: (Nothing)
Talk.: What? I didn’t hear you.
Ame: (Nothing)
Talk.: I asked you a question!
Ame.: (Nothing)
Talk.: ANSWER ME!
Amer.: (Nothing)

Untitled (My Name Is David)

By David F., Cleveland School
True Stories Songs Podcasts That's Weird, Grandma Other Venues Wilmette 2007

I remember when I was third grade I like a girl I kept looking at her then when the barrel of monkeys came in our class room. When people where in group she was in my group I was so nervous I couldn’t even look at her. So then I look at her I wasn’t nervous so I was thinking what have happen then I told her something when I got home I forget what I told her. Then she said want to play at the play ground at the slide she went first she starting running so I just stop sliding and jump over it and I hurt myself.

Listen to the podcast episode adapted from this story!