Students have plans if weatherman’s rightWith a snowstorm threatening the Northland on Tuesday, Mary Johnson-Garay’s third grade class at Great Lakes Elementary got to work learning how to write a thesis, topic sentence and conclusion.
With a snowstorm threatening the Northland on Tuesday, Mary Johnson-Garay’s third grade class at Great Lakes Elementary got to work learning how to write a thesis, topic sentence and conclusion. This is what students came up with to tell the tale of their ideal snow day.
Our Dream Snow Day?
The weatherman had better be right this time. We want a snow day! If we get tomorrow off, we could stay home and relax, play outside or we might have to work!
If we have a snow day, we can stay home all day. We might sleep in all day. Or we might play our video games, watch movies or build Legos. Maybe our parents will make us hot chocolate.
If we get a snow day, we could go outside. We could build a fort or an igloo. We could make a snowman or have a snowball fight. Or maybe we could go skiing, snowboarding, tubing or sledding. Ice fishing or skating are things we could do too.
However, if there is 18 inches of snow, we might have to work! Our parents would make us shovel and snow blow the sidewalks. The driveway will also need to be cleared. We might have to watch our pets or little brothers and sisters.
If the weatherman is right, we have some choices to make. We could have fun or we could work. If the weatherman is wrong, we will have to go to school!