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Writing Prompt: Tell the story either from the dog's or an observer's point of view about the incident that led to this crash. Be sure to include a complete setting, precise verbs and dialog in your story. Picture Writing Prompts, 4th Grade Writing Prompts, Picture Prompt, Narrative Writing Prompts, Writing Pictures, Writing Ideas, Story Prompts, Writing Workshop, Writing Activities

Viewing - Writing Prompt: Tell the story either from the dog's or an observer's point of view about the incident that led to this crash. Be sure to include a complete setting, precise verbs and dialog in your story.

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Smile Break Ideas for your Classroom Source: The Beauty Desk As adults, we often surround ourselves with eject button strat.

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PD To Go – SMARTBoard Lessons Podcast – Using Inference to Read | Anita's Tips, Tricks & Weblinks

Many students learn best by seeing. These vivid, dynamic photos are perfect for teaching making inferences and descriptive writing. Students can benefit benefit from relatable, visual examples while learning about making inferences.

picture perfect writing. Students find a picture from a magazine and then write the different types of sentences about the picture. I would take this up a notch for my fourth graders by having them write declarative, exclamatory, ect. sentences or even a paragraph. Writing Lessons, Writing Process, Teaching Writing, Writing Activities, Writing Classes, Writing Workshop, Writing Lab, Writing Curriculum, Kinder Writing

Teacher Idea Factory: picture perfect sentences Using a picture (from a magazine or other various sources), write a telling, an asking, and a strong feeling sentence. plus Super Sentences and Sentence Writing Warm Up

Story Starter: Jenny bent down to look through the tiny door at the back of the room. She couldn't believe what she saw! What happens next? Female

Story Starter: Jenny bent down to look through the tiny door at the back of the room. She couldn't believe what she saw! What happens next?

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