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Year 4 Creating a Plot Worksheets | KS2 Writing Composition | Primary English

Year 4 | Creating a Plot Worksheets

In these Year 4 creating a plot worksheets, your children will jot down ideas for a plot based on a picture of a donkey falling into a river. Guided by arrows and sections, learners will progress from the build-up to the problem, then the actual problem, and conclude with a resolution. Subsequently, using their ideas, your class will craft a plot encompassing the build-up, the problem, and the resolution by composing a paragraph for each event.

This worksheet is ideal for any classroom focusing on narrative plots. It encourages learners to translate their imaginative ideas onto paper and create a well-structured piece of creative writing by forming paragraphs.

Our Year 4 writing composition worksheets are aligned with the KS2 national curriculum and can complement your primary learning activities, differentiation, homework and lesson plans.

If you like this resource you may also want to check out Year 4 creating a setting worksheets.

Have a look at all of our Year 4 English worksheets.


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