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We couldn't stop laughing!
We got caught!
My favorite place
Traveling west in a wagon train
Long ago and far away
What I regret most
A funny thing happened when . . .
_ is like a boomerang
What different colors mean to me
If I were a superhero, I'd be . . .
Funny things my pet has done
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Preparing Students for College and Career
Write Away Teacher's Guide
Creating a Plan
Help students plan projects.
Creating a Rubric to Evaluate Projects
Create a quick rubric for any project.
Writing an InstaMemory
Help students narrate and describe.
Student Writing Model
A response to literature can take many forms other than a book report. Sixth-grader Mark decided to respond in a poem patterned after the poetry he read in the Redwall series of fantasy books. (These stories are about peace-loving small animals who exhibit human characteristics in a medieval setting, facing day-to-day struggles of good versus evil, life versus death.) The author of the Redwall books never mentions where the “Badger lords” come from, so Mark created this fictional place called Limadastrin and describes how one would find it.