In this creative writing activity, students draw inspiration from a nonfiction article about ten real-world abandoned places! Students choose one as a setting for a piece of Flash Fiction.
This is a great reading comprehension and creative writing activity for even the most reluctant readers!
✅ Nonfiction reading comprehension
✅ Vocabulary in context
✅ Differentiated creative writing activities
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Your creative writing from nonfiction resource includes:
⭐ Nonfiction reading about ten abandoned places (includes low-ink version)
⭐ Introduction to Flash Fiction and brainstorming worksheet (two versions for differentiation)
⭐ Optional Word Work (vocabulary in context) activity for reading comprehension
⭐ TAG feedback forms
⭐ Teacher’s Guide & Answer Key
⭐ Digital use: Includes fillable worksheets via Google Slides & student-facing files to share