The Easter Bunny is Missing


Posted by Michelle Vidotto | Posted in Language Arts | Posted on April 30, 2019

Take a look at the mystery story called, “The Easter Bunny is Missing,” created by Nellie using, “Book Creator.” Enjoy!  🙂

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Excellent job, Nellie! You understand a story requires a beginning, middle, and an end. Also, you understand that you must indent each new idea to create a new paragraph. You are becoming more consistent by adding transition words into your writing. Transition words tell the reader a new event is about to take place. I thought your story idea was creative by having Alex the Bunny wanting to be the Easter Bunny. I am glad that the Lila the Fox found the Easter Bunny. You included some descriptive adjectives such as: pink twitching nose, pink apple in the bushes, and peaking. Adding descriptive adjectives to your writing makes it more interesting. Your writing has shown tremendous improvement since the beginning of the year! Proud of you, Nellie! Your pictures related well to your story and your font choice and colour, as well as, your background choices made your story easy to read. You read your story fluently, accurately, and with expression. Keep working hard and great job on your Easter story! 🙂

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