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Opinion Writing

This weather opinion writing packet would be a great addition to your weather or water cycle unit! Students will tell what like or dislike about six kinds of weather: sunshine – rain – snow – clouds – wind – thunder & lightning. Common Core Opinion Writing 1st 2nd #opinionwriting

This is a great little writing activity to use after reading the story "Little Cloud" by Eric Carle. The story is about a little cloud that changes into different objects. Students will write about a shape or object that they have seen in the clouds, and then draw a picture of what they saw!

☯ "Don't forget to remember me, darling." His lips twitched a near smile. Tears stained the grey pavement, wet as the heaving of the seas that roiled within her. "How could I ever forget you?" She whispered.

When students learned about the different types of clouds in Science class, this would be a worksheet I could use for them to practice applying their knowledge. KR