Life in a snowglobe writing

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Snow Globe by Georgia Beers

Mackenzie Campbell has no idea her life is about to fall apart. She’s bright and attractive with a good job, a comfortable home and an impending Christmas wedding she’s been planning for months. So when her girlfriend bails less than two weeks before the nuptials, Kenzie’s picture perfect Christmas world begins to crumble around her.

Determined to hold on to at least some shred of her dignity, Kenzie snags her best friend, Allison, and flees the cold of the Northeast to take the honeymoon anyway. The Rainbow’s Edge is an enormous LGBT resort in Southern Florida, and its atmosphere of sun and fun seems to be just what Kenzie needs to help take her mind off of her lost relationship. But can a few hot dances, a mysterious suitor, and a handful of rum runners help her figure out what it is she really wants?
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The WRITE Stuff: Snow Globe Writing

We love pairing writing activities with crafts! A little work with a little play; makes for a good balance. Not to mention, the finished products usually make for an awesome classroom display! In search of winter writing prompts, we stumbled across this adorable snow globe writing craftivity shared by Molly over at Lessons with Laughter and thought it would make a fantastic addition to your winter lesson plans! As they create, and later as they admire their handywork, have your kiddos think about what it might be like to spend a day in a snow globe, then invite them write about it!

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This winter we had a theme of snow globes! We made snow globe cards for our Holiday Card Exchange. The third grade team decided to do a writing activity that students would imagine themselves in a snow globe!

We just hopped right back into writing last week with Emoji stories on Wednesday, but Thursday we went right back into practicing our 2. If you are interested in learning more about 2. This is one of my favorite writing assignments and I have done it at multiple grade levels. Give students some type of writing assignment about living in a snow globe. It is also super cute if you have them bundle up in their winter gear! Students use the snow globe bottoms to record their writing.


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  1. Okay if you have ever been on Pinterest during the winter you have most definitely seen this adorable winter writing craft to do with your students: If I were trapped in a snow globe..

  2. Have students write about the time when they were trapped inside a snow globe. *Writing prompt for writing for an imaginative narrative about being trapped inside a snow globe. Perfect for 2nd - 4th grade, but could be easily adapted for other grades.

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