Video Writing Prompts: A Christmas Carol

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K-2: Get to Know Your Ghost

Pretend your school has a ghost. What is his or her name? What does he/she look like? Draw the ghost and write his/her name under it.

3-5: Teaching Tenses

1.)  Put three columns on your paper and label them "past," "present" and "future."

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2.)  Write 5 action verbs that you "do" during the holidays.  

3.)  In each column, write the verb in proper tense (past, present or future).

6-12: Pitch Your Christmas Carol Sequel

Disney wants to release a sequel to A Christmas Carol. Describe three new ghosts they could create for Scrooge's next story. (9-12) Write a one-page pitch to persuade Disney to use your plot for the sequel.

 

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