Santa’s Stuck


Posted by Michelle Vidotto | Posted in Language Arts | Posted on January 12, 2018

Take a look at the story called, “Santa’s Stuck,” written by Agatha created using the Book Creator App.  Enjoy listening to the story!

Comments (1)

Nice work, Agatha! You understand a story has a beginning, middle, and end. You also understand a paragraph needs a topic sentence, supporting details, and closing sentence. You included descriptive language such as: cozy, snowy, and suddenly which makes your writing more interesting. I liked your idea of having Santa getting stuck after he visited your house. Your ideas to get Santa out of the chimney were creative and each idea followed a logical sequence of events using transition words. Using transition words such as next, then, and finally helps keep your ideas organized. I am sure Santa was happy that your final idea of using a rope to pull him out worked. You read your story accurately, fluently, and with expression. I am proud of how your writing has improved since the beginning of September. Keep up the great work, Agatha! 🙂

Write a comment

Skip to toolbar