Write about why this person is special to you. Be sure to describe a few experiences you have had together that show why you chose this person.". What is this child able to do as a writer? No I don't mean utterly, but kill most of them then the rest will be valuable. Mark Twain. He could read the story to someone a teacher or peer and then they could ask questions about what they want to hear more about in the story. A graphic organizer such as a paragraph hamburger may help him plan how to add more meat to the middle of his story and add an ending sentence to end the paragraph. Loading. You've reached the limit of free worksheets this month. To continue, become an m Plus member. You'll save time with unlimited access to thousands of worksheets, activities, and workbooks all in one place. Learn More, join Plus.
Move your cursor over each for more information about this student's writing. Click image above to view the full size sample. Full transcript also available. "When you catch an adjective, kill it.