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Tell the story from the dog's perspective. Where are they going? What is the dog thinking?

WRITER #1:Tell the story about what was happening when this picture was taken. WRITER #2: Add to the the first writer's story. WRITER #3: Share your thoughts or the life lesson. WRITER #1: Read the story. Edit and revise it for clarity. Give it a title. Lesson link pinterest.com/... (Photo source link provided below)

I love this- Writing Prompt: What would a (or this) building say if it could talk?

One day while walking through the woods by your home you find this door in a tree. Finish the story. As you write, think about who lives here and how they will feel about your visiting.

Writing Prompt: What would your life be like if you lived here? Entire Pinboard of Photographs to use as writing prompts!

When you elaborate, you STOP THE ACTION and observe. Use your five senses. Write a 3-5 sentence elaborative segment of this setting. Tell what you saw, heard, felt and smelled. Do NOT write a grocery list. Use interesting words and make it entertaining!

When you elaborate, you STOP THE ACTION and observe. Use your five senses. Write an elaborative segment about this character. Focus on how the character is feeling, and show what it is like to be frustrated. Tell how frustrated looks, how frustrated feels, sounds, and what you think or do when you are frustrated.

When you elaborate, you STOP THE ACTION and observe. Use your five senses. Write a 3-5 sentence elaborative segment of this setting. Tell what you saw, heard, and felt, focusing on motion. Do NOT write a grocery list. Use interesting words and make it entertaining!

students make 5 observations, 5 inferences, and 5 predictions. more pics at National Geographic.

Inference: How is this girl feeling? What makes you think so?

Inference: How is this girl feeling? What makes you think so?