Use fill in the blank stories to improve creative writing and storytelling. Fill in the blank stories teach students how important descriptive words are in shaping the story. See how to use fill in the blank stories.
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Basic Story Starter
A _____ elf + must collect _____berries + but first he must pass the _____dragon cave.
One __(adj)__ morning, a __(adj)__ elf is preparing a __(adj)__ potion. The elf has __(adj)__ ears, __(adj)__eyes, and wears a __(adj)__ hat. It makes him look __(adj)__. The elf __(verb)__ some goo, __(adj)__leaves, and a pinch of powder that smells __(adj)__, to his potion.
As he prepares to add the final ingredient, he __(verb)__ , “Oh no! I have run out of __(adj)__ berries. I can’t possibly __(verb)__ my potion without them.” So the elf packs a __(adj)__ satchel and __(verb)__ into the __(adj)__ woods around his home. The woods are full of __(adj)__ sounds, making the elf feel __(adj)__.
The elf knows that the __(adj)__ berries only grow in a __(adj)__ area that is just beyond a dragon cave. The __(adj)__ dragons are a __(adj)__ clan, so the elf feels very __(adj)__ to meet them. As the elf __(adv)__ __(verb)__ closer and closer to the dragon cave, he feels more and more __(adj)__. Soon he sees the edge of the __(adj)__ cave, with its __(adj)__ opening. He __(verb)__, getting closer and closer, when a __(adj)__ dragon __(adv)__ pokes its __(adj)__ head outside, and says, "_________."
Adjective and Verb Lists