This allows my students to use their resources when writing. Changing things up I love to make my writing center come to life.
Students are to complete the story: One Halloween my friends and I were going trick-or-treating in our neighborhood. Down the street from us was an old deserted house that everyone thought was haunted.
My mother said, "Don't you dare go near that house! We went to the house and rang the bell. There was no answer. We tried the door. It was unlocked, so we entered the house. The door slammed behind us and Students are to complete the story.
They may also generate Halloween words before writing or be given a list of words to include during or after the story is written. The stories may be shared with other classes and prizes awarded for the most creative endings. You may want to require a minimum length for the story depending on the age and abilities of the students.
Students generate a class list of Halloween words. They write a Halloween story using the words.
Stories are shared and students see how everyone used different approaches using the same basic vocabulary. Inside the web I put 4x6 cards with writing ideas. For example-write a menu for Road Kill Kafe; write a recipe for Witches' Brew; Creature Feature-devise a devious plot for a play or TV show, write the script, act it out; Monsters in the News-you are a reporter sent to cover a riot in Ghoulsville-write the story and illustrate; Monster House-design a monster house and write the copy to sell the real estate; Write a Position Wanted newspaper ad selling yourself for a job-list all qualifications and the horrible position you are looking for.
There lots more that you can think of to add. I post their finished products around the perimeter of the board.
Make a ghost by blowing up a large balloon and place a white sheet or other white fabric over it. Use a black permanent marker to make face features or cut the eyes and mouth out of black felt or construction paper and attach those.
Use white string to hang the ghost. Scary Halloween movies are The best trick I ever played on Halloween was If i could make a magic brew, it would Halloween should not be banned because Halloween has been canceled becauseFind Textbook Support Materials. Grade 1–6 resources for teachers, students, and families to support instruction in the classroom and at home.
Transforming media into collaborative spaces with video, voice, and text commenting. If you prefer OFFLINE work We have all of the English and math available in book form. PRINTABLES Here is a pdf packet of all the language arts worksheets used in the online course for LA5.
You can also buy it as a workbook (this is just the printables). And here is . Fourth grade writing standards focus on the writing process as the primary tool to help children become independent writers.
In Grade 4, students are taught to use each phase of the process as follows: Prewriting: In Grade 4, students generate ideas for writing by using Capitalize names of magazines, newspapers, works of art, musical.
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