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The Noun Game for Kids

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This Prompt's Title:

The Noun Game for Kids

learning about nouns while writing an original story


A giraffe is a noun. So is a zoo. So is a zookeeper. What else is a noun?

9 more student writers (4 boys and 5 girls) who use "The Noun Game" will be published on this page! Is one of those students in your classroom right now?

Student Sample Being Sought: Kindergarten

WritingFix is currently seeking an outstanding kindergarten student's sample for this writing prompt. Teachers: if you can help us obtain a revised and edited student sample, along with a digital photo of the student and a signed permission slip, we will send you a complimentary copy of any of the Northern Nevada Writing Project's Print Publications. Writing created as a class or in student groups is always acceptable.

Write to us at publish@writingfix.com and use 'The Noun Game' in your e-mail's subject line, if you have a student sample to share with us.


Student Sample Being Sought: First Grade

WritingFix is currently seeking an outstanding first grade student's sample for this writing prompt. Teachers: if you can help us obtain a revised and edited student sample, along with a digital photo of the student and a signed permission slip, we will send you a complimentary copy of any of the Northern Nevada Writing Project's Print Publications. Writing created as a class or in student groups is always acceptable.

Write to us at publish@writingfix.com and use 'The Noun Game' in your e-mail's subject line, if you have a student sample to share with us.



Student Sample: Second Grade

An Adventure
by Chris K., second-grade writer

Prompt: a man, a castle, and a diamond.

Once there was a man who found a castle and went inside it. He found a diamond. It was in a chest and he accidentally sprang the booby traps. The booby traps were scary but he was smart. He escaped safely with the diamond and had a happy life.


Student Samples: Third Grade

Dinosuar Island
by Bayleigh, 3rd grade writer

Prompt: a dinosaur, a forest, a diamond

Once I had a dream that I was a dinosour and lived in a forest of cavemen.   They were big!  One was strong.  One was mighty. One had good hair.  They were plotting to steal the "love diamond!"  When I found out, I was so shocked!  The dinosours were very frightened, so they got their bones and started to attack the cavemen!  The strong caveman used his muscles.  The mighty one used his bravery to scare off the dinosuars.  The one with good hair made all the girls faint.  The cavemen won!  They celebrated with ice cream and looking at the cavemen with the great hair!


The Balloons
by Elias, third grade writer

Prompt: a dog, a balloon, and a park

Once there was a dog with his owner at the park.  The dog saw 21 balloons being sold at a stand. He barked at his owner, and the owner said,  "I do not speak dog latin".  So the dog ran to the person who sold the ballons.  The dog jumped up and grabbed all of the 21 ballons!  Suddenly, the dog began to fly away.  The owner jumped up to grab the dog, but they both flew away together!  The balloons continued to go up, up, up.   When the reached space, the balloons popped and the dog floated gently back to the ground.


Student Sample Being Sought: Fourth Grade

WritingFix is currently seeking an outstanding fourth grade student's sample for this writing prompt. Teachers: if you can help us obtain a revised and edited student sample, along with a digital photo of the student and a signed permission slip, we will send you a complimentary copy of any of the Northern Nevada Writing Project's Print Publications.

Write to us at publish@writingfix.com and use 'The Noun Game' in your e-mail's subject line, if you have a student sample to share with us.


Student Sample Being Sought: Fifth Grade

WritingFix is currently seeking an outstanding fifth grade student's sample for this writing prompt. Teachers: if you can help us obtain a revised and edited student sample, along with a digital photo of the student and a signed permission slip, we will send you a complimentary copy of any of the Northern Nevada Writing Project's Print Publications.

Write to us at publish@writingfix.com and use 'The Noun Game' in your e-mail's subject line, if you have a student sample to share with us.


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