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Jacqueline Mendez

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A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

Do you think this picture is happening at the beginning, middle or the end of its story? Who is in the picture? How do you think each animal is feeling? Where do you think they are? What time of day is it? What is happening and why? (Write a minimum of 5 complete sentences about this picture. Remember this picture tells a story.) 1. When you are ready to begin writing, click on the student template and use or use your own notebook. This picture tells, Fill in the blanks of the story. 2. When you are done click on the to place your work in the correct journal then click once more on the . If you wrote it in your own notebook, go to the template choose the :picture: of your story. then use the to record the story. Then click on to turn it into the correct journal. Click again to turn it in. Use this sentence stem to begin: I think this picture is taking place in the... (Use the questions to help you write the story.)

1st Grade, 3rd Grade, 2nd Grade, Writing
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