One Snowy  Night
by Nick Butterworth

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Our second grade class read "One Snowy Night." We did the following:

1.  We researched out how these animals actually spend their winters.

2. We used that as the basis for our 5 Wís poetry ,Who, What, When, Where, & Why. Click to see the template we used.

3. The students then illustrated their poems.

 

The Fox

The fox
Sleeps
In the winter
In a tree
When it was snowing.

By Lamar

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A Rabbit

A rabbit
Sleeps
In the winter
In her hole
Because it is cold.

By Jadyn

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Rabbit

A rabbit
Eats and sleeps
In the winter
In a stump
Because if they donít have a home theyíll die.

By Keshia

 

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A mouse
Eats food
In the winter
In the cabinets
Because it is cold outside.

By Carla

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A Mouse

A mouse
Gets food and water
In the winter
In my house
Because it is cold outside.

By Ashley

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Rabbit

A rabbit
Eats a carrot
In the winter
In his hole
Because itís cold.

By Cantrell

 

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Rabbit

A rabbit
Sleeps
In the winter
In the hole
To be warm.

By Fatia

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Rabbit

A rabbit
Sleeps
In the winter
When it snows
In a hole.

By Derek

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Ducks

Ducks
Fly south
In the winter
Getting away from snow, getting away
It is too cold.

By Nicholle

 

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A mouse
Comes to peopleís houses
In the winter
In the house.
It is very cold.

By Sydne

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A Fox

A fox
Eats squirrels
When it was winter.
It lives in a hole
Because it is warm in there.

By Megan

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Badger

Badgers
Hibernate
In winter
On snowy nights
Because it is cold.

By Chris

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 A Rabbit

Rabbits
Look for food
In the winter.
It goes into the ground
Because it is cold and hungry.

By Tanya

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Rabbit

A rabbit
Sleeps
in the winter.
It makes a hole in the ground
Because itís really cold.

By Dionna

 

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