How to use Pixar Short Films to quickly master Plot. 10 highly engaging short films to study plot and the story elements. “Burn-E” “Day & Night” “Dug’s Special Mission” “For the Birds” “Geri’s Game” “Knick Knack” “Lifted” “Partly Cloudy” “Presto” “Tin Toy” Enjoy the Pixar Short Films Study!

How to use Pixar Short Films to quickly master Plot. 10 highly engaging short films to study plot and the story elements. Short films such as “Burn-E” “Day & Night” & “Dug’s Special Mission”. Highly engaging and authentic.

Pixar - 22 Rules of Storytelling - Great advice for writers.

The 22 rules of storytelling, according to Pixar

Pixar's 22 rules of Storytelling-- This is a cool list of story telling rules. You would think the wonderful writer's from Pixar would know a trick or two about how to write an entertaining story.

Story Stones are a Creative Way to Tell Stories and Also Offer Sensory Play Experience. Learn How to Make Story Stones and Use them to Facilitate Storytelling - driven by the kids themselves.

Story Stones are a Creative Way to Tell Stories and Also Offer Sensory Play Experience. Learn How to Make Story Stones and Use them to Facilitate Storytelling - driven by the kids themselves. This would be GREAT for play therapy!

Pixar’s Rules Of Storytelling.

Pixar’s Rules Of Storytelling…

Funny pictures about Pixar's Rules Of Storytelling. Oh, and cool pics about Pixar's Rules Of Storytelling. Also, Pixar's Rules Of Storytelling.

storytelling prompts for kids - a fun free printable that will inspire kids.

Storytelling Prompts for Kids - Tell Me A Story

Inspired by the Chapter book Clemency Pogue, Fairy Killer” by JT Petty printable storytelling prompts in a jar by Kitchen Counter Chronicles. This could also be a wacky story jar.

Students roll dice three times to figure out the main ideas of their story.  Then, they have to fill in the details and write the rest of the story out.  This would be really fun for students to write an interesting and crazy story if they were unsure what to write about.

Roll-A-Story Freebie! Check out this clever literacy dice game from Kristin Jordan at Reading Writing Thinking Sharing. I think the kids would love to do this for shared writing!

Story Sticks. Yellow = character, Red = conflict, Green = setting, Blue = “Special” Choose one of each and then make up a story based on what you’ve got.

SKILKS: Story Sticks Yellow = character, Red = conflict, Green = setting, Blue = "Special" Choose one of each and then make up a story based on what you've got.

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