You are very nice Chairs and we are ever so sorry about treating you wrong thank you so much for helping us .
We don't want you to think we don't care about you. I know if some people had to stay on the ground that they would get distracted.
And it would probably help the people that get distracted.
WE NEED YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Ok listen and class got wild when you weren't there we needed you. We will promise to push you in and it is much easier to work siding down than standing up .
Also you wanted us to be careful with you. I know it is probably annoying when we are typing you and suddenly falling it probably hurts when you fall and is scary too. From now on we will treat you with respect and with the golden rule.
Persuasive Writing Unit
Based on the book, "The Day the Crayons Quit", fourth graders learned how to effectively persuade their readers using specific language that they noticed was used in the book. Throughout this page, you will read excerpts from various students of their persuasive letters to the chairs as well as the chairs' letters to the students.