Keep those stories coming with this week’s storytelling tools.

Journey Sticks
Have your child make a journey stick on their next adventure. Making a journey stick requires paying attention to surroundings and helps the maker remember their adventure. This adds up to a better story about their adventure. This blog post explains the history of journey sticks and gives ideas for how to do this project with various age groups.

Printable Mad Libs
No explanation needed here–just print some Mad Libs and get ready for giggles.

NaNoWriMo Youth Writers Program
This online program makes writing a novel an attainable goal for young writers. They can draft their novel right on the website, which will help track their progress. Support from published authors is available too!

Would you rather read or hear other stories than make your own? Make sure you didn’t miss last week’s post about book resources!

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