Writing Autobiographical Stories Worksheets To Print:
Put It Together - Answer the questions. Then use your answers to write a
Importance - The most important thing I have learned about life so far is...
Planner - Add bullet points about each topic. Talk to your family
members, too. They may have something to share that will help
you as your plan your autobiography.
School Highlights - Make notes about important things that happened to you related to your
school experience. Add notes about each topic. Talk to your family members,
too. They may have something to share, especially about your younger years.
Me! - This is helpful to stimulate the brainstorming process.
The Influence of Place - The place where we are born and the place(s) where we live our
lives has a powerful influence on us. We have no control over where
the earliest years of our lives unfold; only when we reach adulthood
can we choose where we want to live. Think about the place(s) you
have been and how they have impacted your life and the person
you are becoming.
- Answer these questions about the person
you most respect and admire. It can be someone who
is in your life, or it can be a fictional character.
- Tell us all about it in a drawing and written prompts.
My Pivotal Moment - A pivotal moment is a moment in which everything changes. Before
a pivotal moment things are one way; after it, they are different. A
pivotal moment can be about anything that shaped who you are
today and who you are becoming.
Bubbles of Your Thoughts
- Think of a major event or an influential person from your life.
Write a few notes about it in the largest, center shape. Then, begin to fill in
the other shapes as you think about how that event or person has had an
impact on your life. Use the bigger shapes for the most important things.