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Gary Reimann

Student Instructions

Writing Jar

Stuck for creative things to write about? Then get people you know to help you come up with some ideas to help you with your writing. 1. Get a jar or container to put the ideas in. 2. Get pieces of paper and pen so people can write down their ideas. 3. These first 4 ideas can be added from me to start your jar off. Create a spooky story, create a recipe for a disgusting burger, create a new language, make a list of 20 items you would take if you were to live in a rainforest for a month and tell me why you need those items. 4. Go around the adults and people in your house or you are in contact with to add to the jar. 5. Select one of the ideas and complete that activity. 6. On the template provided write down what was on the piece of paper you pulled out of the jar. 7. Take a photo of your work and upload it on the template. This work should be done on lined paper not typed into the Seesaw app. 8. If you run out of time use the draft function and come back and finish it later. Once you are happy to show your work select the check button.

5th Grade, 4th Grade, 6th Grade, Writing, Home Learning, English Language Learners
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Compatible with: Chromebooks, computers, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets, Android phones, Kindle Fire

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