Compare these parts to something that has similar characteristics. Choose two of these to write about: your mouth, ears, hands, feet, or brain. For example, my eyes are headlights lighting my way. Another example is my knees are hinges that allow my legs to move.
Volcanoes: Why do you think Earth’s crust is thicker under the mountains than it is under the ocean?
Describe a night sky with stars, but you may not use the words “sky” or “stars.” Do use words that create a picture in the reader’s mind.
Symphony of Whales: How would you describe Glashka’s people based on what they did for the whales?
Create your own cartoon character. Describe its looks and how it acts so we can picture it in our minds.
Night Letters: What do you think Lily will probably do tomorrow night? Why?
Pushing up the Sky: What lesson can be learned from this play? Why do you think the author wrote it as a play?
Mrs. Jensen has created this blog so her students can share their thoughts with each other.