Dinnertime Storytelling Prompts #56-59

By Jennifer L. Davidson

White. Fluffy. Adorable. Can you believe we have a bunny for a pet that fits this description exactly? He doesn't offer gifts or poop out multicolored candies, but he's a joy to have around anyway. Enjoy these Easter-inspired prompts!


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#56 - Jack didn't believe in Santa Claus, the Tooth Fairy, the Easter Bunny, or anyone else who handed out gifts for nothing in return. He even hid his baby teeth in his underwear drawer just in case he got into another fight at hockey. But when he came home from practice one night and found a fairy sitting at his place at the table, he couldn't deny that magic existed. What does the fairy look like? How does he or she behave? How does the fairy change Jack's life? #57 - Sophie and Solveig crept down the stairs just as the sky turned their favorite shade of pink to gorge on candy left by the Easter Bunny. Much to their surprise, their baskets were empty! They followed a scant trail of plastic green grass to the window, which led to a trail of jellybeans going into the neighbor’s bush, which led to…What happens next? Solve the mystery of why these sisters didn’t get candy and what happened to the Easter Bunny. #58 – Sam’s mom did everything wrong. She couldn’t even buy the right kind of jellybeans. The ones she brought home from the store tasted like broccoli and spinach, while his friends had ones that tasted like cotton candy and donuts. When Sam traded jellybeans with his two friends, Tyler grew six inches overnight and Connor grew four inches. Why does this happen? Does everyone want Sam’s jellybeans? If so, does this cause a problem where he lives? #59 – Let’s turn to the dark side. Tell or write a story about an evil Easter Bunny or about the Easter Bunny’s evil cousin. What does he look like and where does he live? How does he cause havoc in his community or in the world?

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