6.4 Two Bad Ants: When walking through the forest, why did the ants probably think there was a storm?
Think of something you wouldn’t want to give up, and then finish this sentence. Please don’t ask me to give up my . . .
6.3 Talking Walls: Why did many of these murals include paintings of children?
6.2 Mr. Kang: Why are Mr. Kang’s poems an important part of this story?
Friends are important. Think of your own way to say “I’m glad that you’re my friend.” You can tell what you would say or what you would do so that your friend feels appreciated by you.
6.1 Statue of Liberty: Why was it important to mark the pieces of the Statue of Liberty before shipping it to America?
Pretend that you are a person who writes an article for the newspaper. You would be called a columnist. Your column is about advice that you would give people. Tell us about one piece of advice that you would give to others.
Mrs. Jensen has created this blog so her students can share their thoughts with each other.