Every Place Tells a Story

daSilva, Karen Ernst
October 1999
Teaching Pre K-8;Oct99, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p30
Deals with a writing activity for students with the help of a drawing activity. Details on the activity; Importance of the activity; Materials needed and procedure of the activity; Follow-up and variations.


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