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How to Make a S’More

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Good Explanatory Essay

In this process essay, a student explains how to make a delicious treat.

Title: How to Make a S’More

Level: Grade 4, Grade 5

Mode: Explanatory Writing

Form: Explanatory Essay

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How to Make a S’More

Have you ever wondered how to make a s’more? If you have, this is something you have got to read. In just six easy steps I can tell you how to make the most delicious s’mores you have ever tasted!

First, you must gather a few supplies. The things you will need for this project are a graham cracker, a jumbo marshmallow, a cookie sheet, a chocolate bar, and some antibacterial soap. (All of these things can be found at your neighborhood grocery store.)

Now that you have all of your supplies you are ready to begin.

First of all, you need to wash your hands thoroughly with the antibacterial soap in warm water to get all of the germs off your hands.

Next, you need to take the graham cracker out of the bag and be sure to close the package so as not to spoil the crackers.

After that, you should break the cracker in half, on the dotted line and place the marshmallow on top of one half. You also need to save the other half of the cracker for later on.

Then, measure out a piece of the candy bar that is about 3 inches in length. Next place it on the marshmallow and close it up with the other half of the graham cracker on top.

Last of all, heat your s’more in the oven at about 300 degrees for 10 minutes. Don’t forget to cover it with foil so as not to burn the graham crackers.

Finally, let your s’more cool and then . . . Enjoy!

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