Print out one of our draw and write worksheets -- each worksheet has an inspirational sentence and picture plus space to draw and lines to print a story or a few sentences to get your children combining their drawing and writing skills!
You can also work together with your children giving them the chance to draw the picture -- then talk together about their artwork and then you can help out by printing a few sentences to go with their drawing.
Your child may choose to focus his or her own drawings and paragraphs on the themes within the story of A Mid Summer Night's Dream, or they may let their imagination run wild. Anything is possible with fiction and art!
I think these 'draw and write' activities provide children with a great way to see how their drawings can be translated into words (and vice versa)!
- crayons or something you like to draw with,
- Draw and write a few sentences inspired by the Shakespeare play, A Mid Summer Night's Dream told from the fairies point of view.
- Your child can choose to
- A) Draw in the box and then write a corresponding story.
- B) Write a story and then draw in the box to help your child better imagine what he or she wrote.
- Close the template window after printing to return to this screen.
- Set page margins to zero if you have trouble fitting the template on one page (FILE, PAGE SETUP or FILE, PRINTER SETUP in most browsers).
Mid Summer Fairies Draw and Write Sheet more lined paper