Printables for This Topic:
The Soccer Game –
Kaity gets ready and wants to be on point for her big game.
Sarah and Razzle –
Sarah has an interesting experience at the local animal shelter.
– Read each short story and determine the theme or message in the
Lessons – Nick couldn't wait for school to be out for the summer.
It was his first year of swimming lessons at the beach.
July – Nancy loved summer. She enjoyed not being stuck in a
classroom listening to her teacher talk about multiplication and division.
Eve – Christmas Eve has always been a time for families to prepare
for Christmas Day and is often just as full of tradition as Christmas
– As a child, Mary lived in a large house with a huge yard.
I Grow Up – Kevin wanted to be a farmer when he was five years
Conflict – Conflict is an important part of the plot. Without
conflict and problems, there really wouldn't be a story at all.
Settings – of the most important aspects of plot, is setting.
The setting refers to the time and place of the action of the story.
Effect - #1 – In order to understand plot, you have to understand
how causes and effects work together to create events and build suspense.
Flashback – A type of plot that does not go in chronological
order (time order) often involves a flashback.