Everyone celebrates traditions in different ways. Young writers share the ways their families celebrate Thanksgiving with a journal writing prompt and discussion activity.
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- Lesson was written by a student teacher, so it is heavy on explanation and rationale, but overall activity has merit
- Provides printable organizer to craft narrative stories
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