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Janine “j9”

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Share your thoughts, 2020

Share your thoughts, 2020 School is closed, I have been at home with my family. Share your thoughts of, what I have enjoyed, something new I have learnt, or how it feels to stay home. Remember to use Where, when, what, why, who and how Add detail for the reader using interesting words Capital letters and punctuation ? ! . " " 1. 🗣 Plan your memory. 2. Tap the button. 3. Use page 1 to Draw a picture or mind map using of your story. If you draw on paper take a photo of your drawing upload to your computer and tap the to add. 4. 🗣 Practice telling the story back to your family member using your picture. 5. Tap the to write your story. Try to remember as many details as you can. The labels can be changed in size to fit into the template, just click out of the label and use the 6. Tap the green to add to your journal. 7. Tap the to add to the class blog. 👨‍👧 Family Why: Writing down memories to share forms a way for children to continue communicating with their peers during this time of isolation. To know others are in the same situation and what they are doing can help form ideas for others to do during this period of time we are not together in class. Rereading and hearing what they write helps to improve their writing. Retelling stories is an important skill for reading and comprehension.

3rd Grade, 2nd Grade, 4th Grade, Reading, Writing
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Compatible with: Chromebooks, computers, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets, Android phones, Kindle Fire

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