The composition theme “Doing the Right Thing” is relatively open. A display of different values can be considered “doing the right thing”: being helpful, honesty, etc.
When students see that one of the given pictures is a wallet, honesty is one of the main stories that comes to mind. Most pupils will end up with a simple story about finding a wallet and returning it to its owner. That fits the theme, but is overly simple. How can your child tweak this simple story idea to ensure his or her composition stands out?