November is “Child Safety & Protection Month.” Think about the different items in your house or classroom that may be dangerous for you or other kids. Choose several of the items and explain how they could be made safer by you or an adult.
Write in Stream-of-consciousness. That means write whatever comes to your mind without even thinking about what you’re writing.
What steps do you take to make sure you’re understanding a text while you read? Do you make notes? Do you re-read passages that you don’t understand? Explain your process in detail.
Turn one of the last texts, emails, snapchats, etc. that you sent into a fictional short story.
You have discovered what appears to be an ordinary room. But as soon as you enter the room, time stops for you. When you leave the room, time picks up right where you left off. What do you use this room for?
November 6th is known as “Basketball Day.” The inventor of basketball, James Naismith, was born on this day in 1861. Is basketball a sport you play or would like to play? Explain what you know about the sport of basketball.
November is "National Peanut Butter Lover's Month." A large number of students today are allergic to peanut butter. Some classrooms and/or schools have even become "Peanut Free" zones. Do you think this is fair for the students are not allergic to peanut butter? Explain your thinking.