Your students will write narrative pieces to describe how they found or trapped a monster in a jar! Use this fun approach to teach writing with your October writing lessons.
Monster in a Jar is perfect for motivating students to jazz up their narrative writing with powerful language and detailed descriptions. I have included two Monster in a Jar stories for use as exemplars in your writing mini-lessons. It also fits nicely with Halloween activities.
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*Monster in a Jar Illustration Page (full page and two per page)
*Photos of Monsters
*Two sizes of 'My Monster in a Jar Story' Lined Writing Paper (two pages of each)
*My Monster in a Jar Graphic Organizers (With Giding Questions that Support the Narrative Writing Process)
*Monsters Graphic Organizer for Brainstorming Different Kinds of Monsters
* 7 Monster Writing Process Mini-Posters for Narratives (Colorful Monsters Share Tips for Great Writers)
*5 Fall-Related Writing Prompts ( four narrative prompts, one opinion piece)
*MONSTER Acrostic Page
* I Have, Who Has? Game (Color Version and Ink-Saving Version)
*Five Adjectives Practice Pages (Identify adjectives and nouns in excerpts from the exemplar narratives)
*4 Adjective Sentence Review Pages
*2 Vocabulary Word Study Pages (one for each exemplar)
3 Title, Credits, TOU