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    Dye's Delights in Teaching: TACO Story....What a cute idea for students to show story elements!

    • Heather Pick

      TACO Story: 1 paper plate and construction paper for the meat/beans, lettuce, tomatoes, cheese. Students write TOPIC on the meat/beans, CHARACTERS on the lettuce, SETTING on the tomato, and PLOT on the cheese. This could also be used for sequencing and mexican/hispanic folktale or story.

    • debra hunter

      TACO Story....What a cute idea for students to show story elements!: Meat- Topic, Lettuce- Characters, Tomato- Setting, Cheese- Plot= story taco! :)

    • Rocio Hernandez

      Language Arts - Students fill the taco with the story's "ingredients" (setting, characters, plot, etc.).

    • Mindy Layton

      TACO Story - idea for students to show story elements

    • Samantha Ellis❥

      I'd also be cute to do a HAMBURGER Story! TACO Story....What a cute idea for students to show story elements!

    • Laney Lou

      Dye's Delights in Teaching: TACO Story... What a cute idea for students to show story elements!

    • Amy Sampley

      Story Taco! What a cute idea for students to show story elements!

    • J Frear

      TACO Story.. idea for students to show story elements!

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