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  • Brigitte Wallace

    Use pages from magazines, let kids put their heads in the pictures, then have them write about it. I love creative writing ideas!

  • Carisa Nelson

    What a fun idea for narrative writing. Have kids put their faces on pictures found in magazines, and then write a story about themselves in that situation.

  • Syd Oberdorf

    AHAHAHA kids put their faces in magazine pictures then write the story to accompany it. Great creative writing activity :)

  • Nellie Burke

    Creative writing prompt: Have kids put their faces on pictures found in magazines, and then write a story about themselves in that situation.

  • Brittany Coburn Schraml

    I can really see the boys having a fun time with this- neat and laid back writing center idea- maybe a friday activity.

  • Dame Olive

    Fun idea-- Use pages from magazines and let kids put their heads in the pictures, then have them write about it!

  • Miranda Taylor Sullivan

    Have kids put their faces on pictures found in magazines, and then write a story about themselves in that situation. Language arts activity?

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