Story Cubes Story Time

Miss J was given a new set of story cubes the other day and decided to use them this afternoon to create a new story. Here is her fun story:


There was a little girl and she was using a map to find treasure in a cave. Her name was Ezil and she saw the treasure. It was a key. She was puzzled. Then she saw a door. But it was locked. Then she saw that there were two pictures that were the same on the door and on the key and unlocked the door. There was a new world with planes that were always full! And apples with notes in them! And canes that were made out of sugar cane! And clocks that were just on time to tick-tock! And it snowed there but it never did get cold! And the best thing of all is that there are NO LOCKS!

Hope you enjoyed reading about her new land! Story Cubes are a fantastic way to prompt some creative writing and allow tons of freedom for the student. This is not a post that is sponsored. It is a product we love. We have three or four sets of story cubes, as each set has different characters. If you don’t have any, I highly recommend them.

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4 thoughts on “Story Cubes Story Time

  1. Annette Tinholt Vellenga September 26, 2016 at 7:04 am Reply

    We have story cubes. They are fun to use. 🙂

  2. Annette Tinholt Vellenga September 26, 2016 at 7:05 am Reply

    oh, and tell Miss J … good job on the story, I would like to know what happens next…

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