Follow the directions on the prompt. Take into consideration ALL of the characters from ALL of the books that you have read so far this year. Think! Which character would be most upset with how the author portrayed or dealt with him/her/it? Remember to back up your ideas with what you know from the story.
One good paragraph. Watch your sentences, spelling, and punctuation. Be creative!
Be sure you mention the character’s name, and the title of the book (the important words) should be in capital letters.
Follow the directions on the image. In addition: State your creature’s name (yetishark) or (explain the name if you modify the parts: sheti) and why the combination you chose is the most terrifying. Describe any special qualities/characteristics of your new creature and what your new creature does.
As always, begin with a creative lead in sentence and conclude with something thoughtful. One good DESCRIPTIVE paragraph. Let’s see some commas!
A terrible crime has been committed! Someone stole Frosty the Snowman’s nose! You say you didn’t do it but, how do we know for sure?
Write your very best alibi explaining your whereabouts and how you couldn’t possibly have stolen Frosty’s nose. Be very persuasive…otherwise…
One good paragraph. This is a persuasive write, meaning you need to be very convincing with your reasoning. Good luck!
Have a very fun holiday break, safe travels, and see you in 2018!!
You get to take one book that you have read, one food item, and one famous person (living or dead) to a deserted island. What and whom do you take? Explain why for each fully.
Remember that the important words in a book title are capitalized.
Be sure to have a creative opening sentence!
Please choose ONE image to write on.
A creative three paragraph story (intro, details, conclusion) based on what you see in the image is the goal for this week’s prompt.
You may write from first person perspective or third person. If you choose to use dialog, remember those quotation marks and commas. Each time someone new speaks, you must drop down to a new line. Watch those run-on and incomplete sentences, and I want to see the use of effective commas.
The way you begin your story should clearly tell the reader which image you are responding to. Please DO NOT begin with: “I chose the image of…to write on.” Peer edit with a classmate before posting.
The bio on Christopher Boffoli is from the website bigappetites.net, and all images are courtesy of Christopher Boffoli. They truly are amazing and tell wonderful stories…which one will you tell?