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Ask your child to tell you what she knows about tall tales and give you some examples from school. Then, have your child find a copy of a favorite family snapshot or cut out a picture from a magazine. The sillier the picture the better! Glue the picture to the center of a piece of plain white paper.
Then, draw a goofy picture around the photo or magazine cut-out. Encourage your child to get creative and add detail to fill the whole page. Brainstorm with your child what kind of silly tall tale the picture could inspire. Offer help with her with spelling and capitalization.
Once the story is done, ask her to come up with a title. Be sure she notes herself as author and illustrator so she gets the credit! Glue the picture onto the top of the poster board, and put the story underneath it. When everything is finished, take turns reading the story to each other.
When family comes to visit, have your child share the story and picture! A fun variation of this activity is to get the whole family involved.
Use the same picture with each of you coming up with your own story. See how different the results are--this activity is bound to bring lots of laughs!Dear Twitpic Community - thank you for all the wonderful photos you have taken over the years.
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Spark critical thinking by asking students to respond to tall tales and tell some of their own — as long as they are not related to homework. Story-Writing Sandwich Prompts By. Teresa Klepinger.
Grade. Activity Book $ May 12, · Guided Lessons Learning Library Teaching Tools. Log In Sign Up. Worksheets Games Workbooks Activities Lesson Plans Exercises Songs Stories. Write a Tall Tale (8 ratings) have her pick her favorite idea from the list and write a story about the idea on the lined paper.
Offer help with her with spelling and capitalization/5(7). A tall tale is a fictional story that exaggerates the truth. Tall tales began as campfire stories told by American pioneers.
They are a fun creative writing project for children because they are full of humour and exaggeration. Discuss a few tall tales with the kids and then let them create their.