Every prompt will center around the topic of soccer. Read the prompt and finish the story. As you will see below the prompt is a file you can download. Download this file, print it out and write your story, or download the file, fill in the story, and save it.
Now write your story based on these prompts and see if you can come up with a good surprise ending. There are no wrong answers. All you want to do is let your mind wonder, use your imagination, and let the words flow.
Wendy’s kids went to a Charter School, and every year, right before summer break, the families were invited for a big party. One of the activities that became a tradition was the annual soccer game between the adults and kids. On one team were parents and teachers, and the other team all students ranging from grades 1 through 5 could play. Each year, as Wendy recalled, the adults, smugly thought they’d have no problem beating the kids, but each year…..
When Sergio was only two, he received a little basketball game, as a gift. It was plastic, and made so the hoop could be raised or lowered according to the height you wanted it. A smaller size ball came along with the set. As much as Sergio like throwing the ball into the net, he loved to kick it more, and was incredibly accurate for a kid so young. Just to test things out, his dad brought him outside, set up something to act as a goal, and told Sergio to see if he could kick the ball into it. Time and time again, he kicked it straight into the goal, so his father decided to…..
When Carlie was a kid, she played basketball, softball, football and even tennis, but soccer was never among the sports offered through the schools. She remembered loving the game of kickball, which was similar to baseball, but used a rubber ball that was kicked, instead. She could never bat or field, but could run and kick especially well, and decided she wanted to try playing soccer. However, since no teams were anywhere to be found, she had to…..
Frank, Alex, Harry, Evan, Wes and Mario grew up together, on the same block. All summer long, they’d divide into two teams, and play their own version of soccer, out in the street. Frank and Harry were both nine, Alex, 10, Evan and Mario, 11, and Wes was almost 12, so they tried dividing into teams that were fairly even, but inevitably wound up fighting over it. Their moms, tired of all the commotion and constant fighting, decided to…..