Story Structure Worksheets To Print:
Contribution To Meaning Worksheets - This is a complete section of worksheets that take this skill to the middle school level. Obviously, the reading level will be more advanced.
Story Time! - Isn't Lucy Miss Popular? Read the following short story and fill in the boxes
below based on what happens within the tale.
Story Mountain Climbing - You will need to read the whole passage several times. Place the numbers in the correct locations on Story
Mountain in order to reveal the actions and events that take place!
Plot Mountain - You can use this to outline any short tale you have available. Fill in the plot points in the
standard retold narrative.
Fictional Pre-Writes - Get on it and map these things out. You're the writer! Fill in the boxes below
to begin mapping out your very own thoughts and anecdotes!
Setting the Stage - Try to understand the motivations of the main character. Create a setting around the character below by answering
the questions provided.
Let's Play Make Believe! - I like to eat lots of honey! Sometimes I get into trouble because I sneak out to look for honey when I'm not supposed to.
On Top of
Plot Mountain - Select points of a story are given on the following plot mountain. Select points of a tale are given on the following plot
mountain. Fill in the missing plot points with your own additions to the story in order to complete it!
is That? - In order for a reader to care about what happens
in a story, they need to know who it is about.
- In many stories, the main problem can be a bad guy, known as an
Rising Action - Now that the stage is set, you will start to dream up the
adventure at hand! Sir Curtis has decided to help the Village of Greenford,
so how will he go about it?
- : Sir Curtis comes face to face with Count Frankfurter!
Everyone has been waiting for this moment! What will happen when our
hero confronts the bad guy?
Your Own Adventure! - Now the task is to piece everything together
and write out the magnificent story of Sir Curtis and his adventure
to reclaim Halloween from Count Frankfurter for the people of Greenford