Print these narrative writing worksheets for students. There are worksheets on different topics for students to practice their narrative writing. Teachers may choose from these worksheets as per the student’s level and requirement. Print these narrative writing worksheets for students for the classroom or homework practice.
Write an imaginative story about being a zookeeper for a day.
Write an imaginative story about spending a day working with the police.
Write an interesting Halloween story about real Jack O Lantern.
It’s time to go back to school. Are you excited, happy or nervous? Tell us about your feelings.
You got a strange present on your birthday. Write a story about it.
Imagine that you were a new character in the book you really like. Write a story about it.
Write your own story about the camping adventure.
Think creatively and write an interesting story about Easter eggs.
Develop the story around the picture given in this worksheet.
Imagine on the Halloween night you were inside the haunted house and write a story about it.
Write your own imaginative story about being trapped in a bad weather condition.
Write your own imaginative story about sky. It could be anything about sky – living on a cloud in sky, flying in sky, sky changing colours or anything you want to imagine.
Write your own imaginative story about flying. Imagine a world where everyone can fly. Think you are flying along with other birds and animals; even a fish is flying.
Write a story about a stray animal. The story could be about any stray animal you found or someone else found. What sort of animal was the stray? It could be a mammal, reptile, bird or any animal. When was the stray animal found? What was done to help the animal? Were the owners found? Don’t forget to describe the animal.
Write a creative story about a spaceship. Imagine one day a spaceship lands on the playground of your school. What was your reaction and to whom you reported about this incident. Plan your story and write about: Where did it come from? Why was it there? Who was inside it? How did it go back?
Write a creative story about a moving bag. Imagine one day your teacher comes into the classroom and places her bag on the desk and then leaves. The bag moves and wriggles. Write a story about what is in the bag.
Imagine suddenly one day your shoes started talking to each other. Write what they could be talking about.
Halloween pumpkins in your backyard move every night. Take out your spy glasses and find out about them to write a mysterious story.
One day when you walked into your class you were assigned a new role of a teacher. Write a story about it.
What does the picture look like to you - a boy with a pumpkin head or a pumpkin with a boy’s body? Think creatively and write an interesting story.
We all have read the story about Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Imagine you met those seven dwarfs. Write your own story about the dwarfs.
Imagine you had a pet dog that could speak your language. Write a story about it.
Write about 10 people you are thankful to and why.
The Easter bunny bought you an Easter egg. You open the egg, but surprisingly it wasn’t chocolate. What could it be? Think creatively and write an interesting story.
Imagine you could go back in time with a time machine. Where would you like to go? Write a story about it.
Write your own creative story about tree. It could be anything about tree – living on a tree, planting tree, talking tree or anything you want to imagine.
Write your own creative story about darkness. Are you afraid of darkness? Imagine what all things can happen in darkness – it could be anything spooky, scary or it might be even funny.
Write a story about the mystery door. Whenever you go to school you pass a door, but it’s always closed and locked. One day, as you pass, you notice that the door is open. You step inside. Write an interesting story about what was on the other side of that door. Reveal the mystery behind the secretive door.
Write a magical story about the magical pen. You bought a new pen from the shop. When you started writing with your new pen, you discovered that it has strange powers. What were the magical powers? What did your new pen look like? Tell a story about this pen.
Write a story about the bottle. You found a bottle with piece of paper in it. How did the bottle get there? What was written on the paper – some important information or hidden message? What happens in your story once you open the bottle?
Write a story about the briefcase. You found a briefcase under a bench in the park. How did the briefcase get there? Is something hidden in it? Is it valuable? What happens when you open it?