Santa seems to have been steered off-course.
Or is he in search of something?
If you had access to our devoted friend via cell phone, what three questions would you ask him? Write up a quick conversation you might have with him.
If it helps, use the script format:
Just a collage I made on Canva.com.
Use it in your virtual classroom to greet your students.
Download and share with colleagues.
Make an ecard out of it.
Hang in there, teachers and kids!
The site starts a visitor with an emoji. As I’m writing this, the opening emoji is a beaming face with hearts as eyes.
Ideally, the visitor writes or speaks the beginning of a story based on that emoji.
With a click of the ‘AND THEN’ button, another emoji pops up [in this case, a face with a disapproving tongue-sticking-out expression] and the ad libbed story continues…
In my recent serialized book [first 20 entries] The Next Page, Ms. Page delved into making pancakes.
And the teaching ideas just kept springing forth.
Hoping you get a few useful, fun ideas.
I’ve posted this elsewhere, but thought it belonged on this blog as well.
Below are four more photo prompts I just added to my
Sail the Seven C’s Teacher Expo…
Suggestions for teachers:
1. Let writers team up to author a story.
2. Give writers a separate assessment for their prewriting efforts.
3. Challenge writers to add:
a real person as a character [celebrity? family member? another teacher on staff?]
a heroic action