This chapter deals with the understanding in the story writing community that writing is a sequence of steps, with planning the organisation of the content. It also explains what a visual storyboard is a series of uncomplicated pictures that highlight the main ideas and turning points to the child authors. Martin highlights that there is a difference between theme and thematic category: In essence, the fully expressed theme tells us what the story is about on a philosophical level. The ideas designed to support child authors in developing an emerging understanding of thematic categories and themes and how they can positively influence and enrich their emerging story mark making / writing regarded as tinkering tools. It is suggested that there are between three and four main purposes of writing stories: to inform, to entertain and to educate. Here the chapter ends with the seventh collection of stimulating story writing ideas to engage child authors and enrich professional practices.