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Students are challenged to write about their field trip to “The Rink” using all seven types of sentence variety, all of the five senses, and to use at least one simile.

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Students are challenged to write about their off-track time using all seven types of sentence variety, all of the five senses, and to use at least one simile.

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Students are doing a “cold” write after a month long break. They are describing one activity they participated in during the month of May.

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Accounts from Patriots, Loyalist, and a British Naval Admiral will be given. Students are pretending to give their accounts of what happened the night of December 16, 1773 as if questioned by the police.

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As we focus on writing, enjoy these stories as told from the point of view of a remote control.

Write an informational piece about ONE toy or ONE gift that has been special to you. Describe your toy of gift clearly to your reads. Explain why it has been such a special toy or gift to you. Help your readers learn new things about this toy or gift by using lots of details. Be sure to include specific information about your toy or gift.

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