January 17, 2015
A Child’s Story on Bullying
I always look forward to the stories of our writing center’s youngest writers. The youngest writers we’ve had are 5 years old. I’m very curious what topic they will write about and be amazed at their stories (and even the length of their stories!). One of the most memorable topic I’ve read is about bullying.
One of our youngest writers, Miakka, 8 years old (but was only 7 when she wrote this story), wrote about her friend, Isabel because she knew a lot of people did not like her last year. She wrote this story because she knows that bullying is mean and Isabel got lost for a purpose. She happily shares that this school year, the bullying stopped and Isabel has many friends now.
by Miakka Dizon
I have a friend named Isabel. She was my classmate last year. She is a smart kid and she is kind but she often got bullied. She has a few friends because a lot of people do not like her.
One day, she ran away because she felt sad with the people who were bullying her. She got lost in school. She felt very confused, nervous, and scared. Nobody could find her because our school is a big school. All her friends back in the classroom felt worried and they ran to the Grade 3 faculty room to tell the teachers that Isabel went missing.
Suddenly, Isabel saw Grade 4 students and all the way up to high school students. It turns out that she was just in the canteen. She felt relieved to realize that she wasn’t lost. It was her big adventure.
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