I’ll keep adding the links plus a host of my own tips for you to enjoy.
Keep watching this page for free tips, activities, competitions and places to get your work published.
You might also want to check out the Great Writing Sites page on this blog.
Coming up we have a poetry and short story activity, some great story prompts and a FREE LESSON PLAN to be uploaded Soon – Where Am I?
This lesson plan for all ages is all about setting.
This page is for sharing all the great free writing activities collected on this blog. Hope you enjoy them.
SETTING, PLOT & POINT OF VIEW
Julie Fison has some great writing activities inspired by her Hazard River Books. She talks about how she wrote her books and suggests some writing activities on setting, plot and point of view.
Susan Stephenson AKA The Book Chook has some fabulous story prompt/story starter suggestions and sites for people who are having trouble deciding what to write about.
WRITE A POEM OR SHORT STORY
The Magic Box is a poem by Kit Wright. In this activity you will use it as inspiration to write a great poem or story.
HOW WELL DO YOU KNOW YOUR CHARACTER?
In this activity you’ll get to know your main character better and use them to create a great story.
CREATING A SCENE ABOUT AN EXISTING BOOK CHARACTER
Author Elaine Ouston has some great tips on plotting, character and setting and her fun activity involves a character from her book The Mystery of Nida Valley.