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  • 1. Name: _________________ #: ____ Date: ______________ A Stuffed ViewA Stuffed ViewA Stuffed ViewA Stuffed View Each day of the week you leave your room and home to come to school. All of your toys, stuffed animals, and belongings are left behind while you spend time learning and working at school. Imagine that your toys come to life when you are gone. What do they do? How do they spend their days? What do they think about you leaving for school each day? Write this weekWrite this weekWrite this weekWrite this week’’’’ssss paragraph from theparagraph from theparagraph from theparagraph from the point of view of one of your toys or stuffed animals.point of view of one of your toys or stuffed animals.point of view of one of your toys or stuffed animals.point of view of one of your toys or stuffed animals. Describe what your bedroom looks like, what he or she does during the day, and what they think about the fact that you go to school. Brainstorm your ideas on the back of this paper using the questions I provided for you before starting your rough draft. After you answer the questions turn them into a paragraph about the day you were a different age. Then have an adult help you edit your rough draft by looking for capital letters, correct punctuation and grammar, spelling mistakes, and how well you stayed on topic. Last, rewrite your paragraph in your neatest handwriting or type it up on the computer. Make sure to turn in this sheet, your edited rough draft, and your final copy. REMEMBER:REMEMBER:REMEMBER:REMEMBER: 1.1.1.1. Sentences should start with a capital and end with a period, question mark,Sentences should start with a capital and end with a period, question mark,Sentences should start with a capital and end with a period, question mark,Sentences should start with a capital and end with a period, question mark, or exclamationor exclamationor exclamationor exclamation point.point.point.point. 2.2.2.2. A sentence should be a complete thought or idea. YourA sentence should be a complete thought or idea. YourA sentence should be a complete thought or idea. YourA sentence should be a complete thought or idea. Your paragraph should have at least 6paragraph should have at least 6paragraph should have at least 6paragraph should have at least 6 sentences.sentences.sentences.sentences. 3.3.3.3. Strong sentences have vivid details.Strong sentences have vivid details.Strong sentences have vivid details.Strong sentences have vivid details. 4.4.4.4. Your paragraph should stay on topic and have a topic sentence, detail sentences, and aYour paragraph should stay on topic and have a topic sentence, detail sentences, and aYour paragraph should stay on topic and have a topic sentence, detail sentences, and aYour paragraph should stay on topic and have a topic sentence, detail sentences, and a concludinconcludinconcludinconcluding sentence. Don’t forget to indent!g sentence. Don’t forget to indent!g sentence. Don’t forget to indent!g sentence. Don’t forget to indent! 5.5.5.5. All words should be spelled correctly. Have an adult proofread your paragraph beforeAll words should be spelled correctly. Have an adult proofread your paragraph beforeAll words should be spelled correctly. Have an adult proofread your paragraph beforeAll words should be spelled correctly. Have an adult proofread your paragraph before turning it in.turning it in.turning it in.turning it in. Here’s an example of my paragraph: Each weekday my loving girl leaves our room and house to go to school. Our room has a large bed, two chests of drawers, stacks of books, and lots of clothes. Once I hear the garage door close I jump down from my spot between the pillows on the bed and make my way around to the other bedrooms. I usually check in on the other toys in the two little boys’ bedrooms first. I help the preschool toys get along with one another and tell them to remember to share, and make sure the cars and trains aren’t running into one another. Next, I usually do some light reading with the array of books in all three bedrooms. Goodnight Moon and the Curious George Collection are some of my favorites. Last, I usually do a head count and check to make sure all toys are accounted for and not lost under the toy box, beds, or stuck in the laundry hamper. We’ve saved some good toys from the washer! I know my family leaves for school and work each day, but they always return at the end of the day and my job is to be waiting with a good snuggle! Turn to the back to fill out the organizer.
  • 2. List three different toys or animals from your room. Circle the one you want to write from its point of view. /////////// /////////// /////////// How would your toy or stuffed animal describe your room? What does it look like? //////////////////////////////////////// //////////////////////////////////////// Describe two things that your toy or animal does when you are gone. Remember to write from their point of view! 1.////////////////////////////////////// //////////////////////////////////////// //////////////////////////////////////// 2.////////////////////////////////////// //////////////////////////////////////// //////////////////////////////////////// What does your toy or stuffed animal think about you going to school each weekday? //////////////////////////////////////// //////////////////////////////////////// ////////////////////////////////////////

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