In case you can’t tell I’m in the mood for fall and Halloween books. When I was in the classroom, fall was our time for teaching narrative writing. I was always looking for fun ways to incorporate seasonal literature into my lessons in meaningful ways.
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Room on the Broom by Axel Scheffler is a cute story about a generous witch who gets help from her animal friends. Sheffler uses tons of descriptive language in this story, so I thought it would be a great mentor text for narrative writing.
I created this foldable to go along with the story to have students record the author’s use of descriptive writing in each scene.
Room on the Broom Foldable