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Cold Wave - Using Hyperboles to write a sequel to Heat Wave

Cold Wave - Using Hyperboles to write a sequel to Heat Wave
Cold Wave - Using Hyperboles to write a sequel to Heat Wave
Cold Wave - Using Hyperboles to write a sequel to Heat Wave
Cold Wave - Using Hyperboles to write a sequel to Heat Wave
Cold Wave - Using Hyperboles to write a sequel to Heat Wave
Cold Wave - Using Hyperboles to write a sequel to Heat Wave
Cold Wave - Using Hyperboles to write a sequel to Heat Wave
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587 KB|6 pages
Product Description
This is an easy to use activity where the students can practice writing their own hyperboles in a fun and creative book. After reading Heat Wave by Helen Ketteman, the students can write a sequel called Cold Wave. The students will use their creativity to write exaggerated statements and then share their story with the class.
Page 1- Cover page
Page 2- Directions, Cold Weather Hyperboles examples and ideas, Brainstorming
Page 3- Cold Wave Book Cover page, Page 1 First few sentences of the story to get students started and picture
Page 4,5, 6- Next four pages of book with lines for writing and space for pictures
Total Pages
6 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
1 hour
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