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6 Best Writing Lessons Ever

Informational Process Piece: The Perfect Snow Day

Kylene Reed
February 24, 2021

If you've watched the news at all, you know those of us in Texas have been FREEZING this last week! Well, our fourth graders had just finished the perfect piece to prepare them for the week of snow days that we had. Their teacher followed the 7 day process timeline to write an informational piece on The Perfect Snow Day. Then, she added a cute art connection for them to hang up and display in the halls.


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