Five Card Story: A walk through nature

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a Five Card Flickr story by Hannah created Apr 29 2020, 06:24:16 pm. Create a new one!


flickr photo credits: (1) bionicteaching (2) bionicteaching (3) Serenae (4) bionicteaching (5) Serenae


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Exposition (Setting, Characters, Mood):
It was a beautiful day for the kindergarten class trip. All the children we very excited to go on there class trip.

Rising Action (events that lead to climax):
When they were walking through the woods, they found a tree with markings on it. All the children found it interesting. The teacher told the children that it was from a person who use to own these woods.

Climax (highest point of tension in story):
After looking at this tree with markings they walked out of the woods and came to a huge garden with millions of flowers. There was an older lady gardening and the teacher asked her about the tree with markings. The lady said to the teacher no one is supposed to be in my woods because that's my property. The teacher had no comment but did apologizes for enter that part of the woods with her class. Then the teacher gathered her class and continued walking because it was getting dark.


Falling Action (events that lead to the resolution):
The teacher and the children walked back though the wood with the dark sky approaching. The children heard a water fall in the distance so the teacher took the kids through a path that led them to the waterfall.

Resolution (how the story ends):
The children and the teacher arrived at the water fall they stared down the stream and took lots of pictures. The teacher called the school and told them they where going to be late. After the students and the teacher arrived back at the school they said this would be a trip they would never forget.

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