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6 Best Writing Lessons Ever

School Feelings

Kylene Reed
August 25, 2019

feelingsCheck out this cute back to school writing sample from your narrative guides! What Feelings Look Like is one of the staple lessons in narrative writing, taught in every grade. Find this lesson in grades 2-8 in your narrative guide- section three Elaborative Detail. This sample is from the Narrative Writing Guide for Grade 3 | Section 3 Elaborative Detail | Lesson 8

Mrs. Reynolds brainstormed what nervous looks like with her students, provided sentence starters to use, and then created a modeled sample with her third grade students of what it looks like to be nervous on the first day of school. 

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Her students then chose their favorite fruit and a created their own sample using the sentence starters provided. These are so cute!!

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