Oh No! I Have The Doodle Pox.
Picture and Story By Rontee Barnes


doodle



My name is Jay and I loved to doodle. I  doodled on the walls. I even doodled in the halls. I  doodled on my test. I got so creative that I doodled on my desk. I doodled on the sidewalk. I even doodled while I talked. Doodling was my thing. Then one day I noticed that I had  red dots all over, so my mom took me to the doctor.
The docotor said, "Jay I must confess, that your doodling has  finally made a mess!"  Oh No! I had the doodle pox. The only cure was no more doodling in the hall, not even on the walls. I couldn't doodle on my test and for sure not on my desk. I had to forget about the sidewalk and when I talked, I just had to talk. My doodling had to come to an end.



Activity for Lesson Using CriticalThinking

After sharing your creative writing story with your students, have your students use their critical thinking skills to answer the following questions to write or dictate their story. After writing their stories have students draw a picture using the paint program to illustrate their story.
Creative thinkng questions to ask that would change your story to their story.
1. How would you change the main character? ( Introduction)
2.Where would your story take place? ( Setting)
3. What woulld happen to main character in story? ( Plot)
4. How would the story eng? ( Ending)   


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