Explain Have a student describe the difference between fantasy and reality. Tell students they will create a short fantasy based on a picture of a toy.
Guided Practice/Practice Form teams. Ask each team to choose one picture. Have them create a short fantasy scene using the toy as a main character. Circulate and provide assistance if necessary. Have one student from each team read the team’s scene to the rest of the class.
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