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New Ending Writing Prompt

Introduce students to a creative way to reflect on their reading with a prompt to rewrite the ending of any book. Build on post-reading skills like inferring and partner discussions with a fun activity, including directions and a reproducible. See Full Product Description.

Number of pages: 2 Subject: Reading Response Grade: Kindergarten - 8 Type: Learning Activities and Worksheets Author: Laura Witmer File Size: 137 KB
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Do your students ever feel disappointed by a book's ending? This activity gives them the chance to reflect on a book and be an author by writing and illustrating a brand new ending. The clear instructions, student sample, and reproducible with space for writing and drawing make this resource easy for students to complete independently.

Teaching Tips

Use this prompt with class read alouds to give students the opportunity to share their responses with a gallery walk. Bind the responses into a class book of endings to keep in your classroom library.