Persuasive Peeps!

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Free in 4th
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3rd - 6th
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The kids LOVED this! Such a great way to engage kids, work on imagination, point of view, reasoning and creative writing!
Every year I do a Peeps mini unit with my students. This was an excellent resource full of terrific materials! It will definitely be a part of my class's Easter fun for many years to come!


Are you looking for a festive way to have your class practice the art of argument? Well than, this is it! This prompt and the resources ask the
class to write from the perspective of the a marshmallow peep who is persuasively asking a hungry kid to not eat them as an Easter snack.
The students will eat this persuasive writing activity up. There is a lot of ELL and hesitant writer support embedded in this pack.

The Persuasive Writing prompt: Wait, wait! Don’t Peep! Where the students
are asked to persuade the Easter Bunny or a Hungry Kid not to eat them as an Easter Snack
- 2 Circle Mind Maps: to help jump start their prewriting
2 One sided Flow Mind Maps: to help students generate convincing arguments
3 completed circle maps for hesitant writers or to help differentiate instruction: persuasive transitions word bank, personal pronoun word bank and 7 possible arguments appropriate for this prompt.
A Reason and Explanation T-chart: great to use as a mini lesson, reference tool or to model to hesitant writers
A hook mini poster: a great reference tool for their interactive notebooks and a fun mini lesson with appropriate hook examples that correspond with this prompt
A Flee map: for drafting process
Student Self Editing Checklist: for the revision process
2 Festive Writing Papers: for the final draft

Help your kids practice the Art of Persuasion all year! Check out these other festive activities:
Wait, Wait! Don't Shoot! Thanksgiving Turkey Persuasive Essay
Not my Gumdrop Buttons {A persuasive writing}
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