Finish the Snowman: Tell the Story
Using pictures and words young writers create a story about a snowman decorated with "funny things."
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- Provide a box filled with images of funny things and have kids decorate their own snowman
- The first in a series of 11 writing prompts
- The exercise encourages imaginative thinking
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