1. Click the “Complete this Story” button for the story you want to write.
  2. Add your words into the form by type (noun, verb, adjective, adverb, etc.).
  3. Click submit and then check your email box for the finished story.
  4. Use the vocabulary list to help you with the parts of speech, and find more information about the forms below.

Wish You Were Here!

Postcard from the Adirondacks: Tell a friend or family member about an imaginary trip to the Adirondacks.

My Summer Story

Summer in the Adirondacks is so much fun! Tell us about your summer adventures.

Noah’s Story

What adventures did Noah have at Cold River?

Our Adventures with Joe

Joe is one of the best guides in all of the Adirondacks! If you could go on a wilderness adventure with Joe what would it look like?


noun is a person, place, or thing.

Examples: child, chipmunk, mountain, restaurant, student, stream, trail, tree, truck

verb is an action word.

Examples: climb, dance, eat, march, paddle, sing, stretch, talk, wave

An adjective is a describing word. Adjectives describe nouns and pronouns.

Examples: bubbly, cute, furry, fuzzy, milky, red, warm, wet, wild

An adverb describes a verb. They tell how something is done. They usually end in ‘ly” but not always.

Examples: carefully, happily, loudly, quickly, quietly, slowly, softly

About the Forms

On the form, we will ask for the type of word needed and will have some notes in parentheses.

We may occasionally ask for a specific word such as a number, a place, or an animal instead of asking for a noun, verb, adjective, or adverb.

The notes will tell you if you are entering the first, second, or third verb or noun.

If the note includes the word (plural) in note, please add ‘s’ or ‘es’ to make your word plural. We may also ask for words to end a certain way (like: end with ‘ly’ or ‘est.’)

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