Did You Know?
What would happen if you woke up one day and had become a housefly? What kinds of things would you do? Use the facts at the top of a worksheet to write a paragraph or short story about being a housefly.
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- Use as a daily writing prompt, or in your science unit about insects
- Provides lines on the page that work for brainstorming, as well as drafting a final paragraph
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