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Third Grade LA Publish Their Scary Stories
This is my first year where I've actually had my third graders work on this difficult to master genre. Knowing that I had a really bright group of students this year, I knew, after some coaching, that they'd be up to this feat. Many were inspired to surpass my expectation of writing 500-700 words by actually writing their stories over 1000 words! They definitely rose to the challenge. Click on the links below to read the students' stories!
I am a monkey, swinging from branch to branch.
I am green grass growing in your front yard.
I am a park, ready to be played in.
I am happiness, making you glad.
I am a tomato, as red as can be.
I am Earth Day, picking up trash.
I am water, flowing down the hill.
I am a lizard, very sneaky
I am green reminding you of soft green grass
I am a city of kindness in your heart
I am light to guide you through your darkness
I am an onion with many layers of skin
I am Halloween all dressed up and scary
I am a tree spreading my branches to learn.
I am a curious monkey in the rain forest.
I am yellow, shining brightly in the sky.
I am Mexico, gentle with butterflies.
I am the laughter you can’t hold in.
I am semi-sweet chocolate, waiting in the bag.
I am a bright day in May that you want to celebrate.
I am a blooming flower in a pretty meadow.
I am a lizard crawling for an opportunity to change the world.
I am the color blue putting a smile on your face.
I am a school with knowledge in every room.
I am happiness, sadness and the tears of stress.
I am pizza, popular with people.
I am Hanukkah, a miraculous early new born
I am the wind soaring through the sky, looking out to help people.
-Daniel Arthur Rubin
Green, reminding you of rolling in the soft grass.
Hope, helping you move forward.
A snake, ready to strike.
A potato chip ready to be devoured.
St.Patrick's day making you wear green.
The water being pulled by the moon.
An amusement park, ready to be expanded.
Don't see your child's poem featured? Don't fret. You can always access their Google email account, go to their drive, and you'll see:) Ask your child to show you!