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6 Best Writing Lessons Ever

October 2020 Lesson of the Month

Kylene Reed
October 15, 2020

Assortment of gourdsHappy Fall! School is well underway and as the weather turns a bit colder we have created some engaging digital lessons for your learners. Each lesson is a series of slides for at-home learners as well as in-class learners that includes a literature connection along with specific directions for completing the writing.  

K-2 Lesson

Strips

In this lesson, students will listen to the book, A Bad Case of Stripes by David Shannon and then decorate a face with a bad case of ...(their choice) and write a description of the face.

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Grades 3-5 Lesson 

CrankensteinIn this lesson students will listen to the story, Crankenstein by Samantha Berger. As they listen, they'll be thinking about how you know how someone feels by paying attention to the body language and actions of the main character. 

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Grades 6 - 8 Lesson

PerspectiveHow do others perceive you? How is it that two people can look at the same thing, but see something entirely different? 

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