Write a children's story inspired by this image. Think about the language and themes used for younger audiences (you can add a hidden adult theme if you like!)
Alice loved fish. Any kinds of fish. All kinds of fish. It had been two weeks since Alice’s last visit to the aquarium, which was a particularly long time for her. The aquarium was a weekly occurance. She loved hearing the echoing sounds of water splashes, and the calm music from the speakers quietly filling the room. But her favorite part of every visit was her time spent with Kahuna, the big gol...
As soon as we entered the aquarium I started running around pulling my teddy bear and my mommy around not sure where I was going.
My mommy quickly picked me up and said, “Hold on honey, you’re going the wrong way. The fish and other sea life creatures are over here.”
I giggled and said, “Okay mama.”
She continued to carry me as we looked around at the different animals.
“Mommy, can we look...
Goldie had one best friend in the whole world. Goldie was Jennys pet goldfish and would always listen when Jenny was telling her all about her day, always swimming right up to the glass of her fish bowl whenever Jenny came into the room, her little golden fins splashing excitedly in the water.
Goldie was Jennys best friend by far, and Jenny was Goldies best friend too
But sometimes, when Goldie h...
“Daddy! Over here!“ a little girl called. She was about five with long fiery red hair and a princess dress on. Her dad walked over and asked. “What is it Rae?“ She smiled ecstatically at him. “What is this fishies name?“ She pointed to a light blue fish hovering near the back, shyly hanging away from the large window. Her dad smiled. “Well I can tell you that it is the polar opposite of you.“ He s...
The fish were big and freindly, their great bodies sparkling. A huge orange fish glided towards Sophie, his fins swishing as he swam. Sophie pressed her face up against the glass, against the single barrier that kept them apart. A halo of breath was expanding on the wall as she pressed her nose harder. She wanted to get as close as she could. The fish looked at her with wide, curious eyes. Sophie’...
A fish. A bright golden fish with innocent and childlike eyes.
Yuri wasn’t allowed to have pets but it was her turn to take care of it.
Last week, Yuri’s teacher decided it would be a great idea to teach her 1st grade class about responsibility by getting a classroom pet.
Everyone needed to go home and ask their parents for permission.
Knowing how her parents would react, her permission slip s...
The fish I saw was scary not at all.
No teeth, no angry eyes, no claws,
Nope, not at all!
I reached a hand and whispered, “Hi!”
He swam and swum, he tried and tried.
Finally, he made it to the glass to look,
At my smile, my hand, and in it my book.
“How to Serve Nemo and Not Be Late.”
Later we helped fishy…
Onto my plate!...
“ Amanda! Where are you going? Come back here! “ Amanda’s mom called out playfully. Amanda giggled and turned round the corner of the coral display of the aquarium, trying as hard as she could not to laugh. She looked around at the exhibit she had gone in. “ Woah “ she whispered. She was in a new one she had never seen before, with beautiful exotic fish with bright colours and big fins. ‘ Thump ‘....
Clara’s second grade class was on a field trip to the aquarium! As she skips by the humongous tanks, she hears a quiet voice, quieter than a mouse, except what Clara heard wasn’t a mouse. There was a GINORMOUS GOLDFISH! AND IT WAS TALKNG TO HER!
“Pst. You there.” The goldfish whispers. Clara points to herself in shock.
“Yes. Yes, you with the eyebrows. Come closer.” Clara takes a tiny step tow...
Scarlett really loves Goldfish. It is her favorite kind of fish. Her dad taught her everything she needs to know about fish. They even went fishing all the time together. So when Scarlett and her dad went to the aquarium, she was so excited! Scarletts dad also taught her about the importance of giving to others. She knows that God wants us to love everyone and every creature on Earth. So when ther...