Updated: December 5, 2014! Be sure to download the newest version if you've already purchased this product!
After all the toys and gifts are made, the mail has been read and letters answered, Santa takes off to do his magical work on December 24th! But what does Mrs. Claus do that night? No doubt, it’s a long night for her!
From the moment Santa leaves the North Pole to the time he returns, what does her evening look like? Students will enjoy creating a description of her evening that is based on the procedural writing format.
This is a great activity to keep everyone in Third and Fourth Grade working on something purposeful this time of year. Put the Christmas music on and have your students enjoy the warmth and anticipation of the season while writing about how Santa’s beloved wife spends Christmas Eve!
You’re not locked into making this a procedural writing activity either! It’s all up to you! The template can just as easily be used for a story or descriptive paragraph. You’ll just want to change the checklist if that’s the case.
This product includes:
• a brief user guide
• a graphic organizer for students to complete before starting their paragraph/story
• a lined page for students to write their story/paragraph
• a checklist for students to complete prior to handing in their work
• a cover page for students to color
• a blank checklist page for teachers to customize in case mine doesn’t suit your needs (It’s a Word file)
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