I want you to come back because we were so tired and sour and the floor was so cold.
I am sorry how we were treating you this whole time and did not know about it.
Please come back. My back was hurting a lot. It felt like I was gonna die.
Please come back. My feet were hurting like crazy.
Please come back. I miss siding down. I miss the chairs so please come back.
Please come back and forgive us all for hurting you and not treating you appropriately.
Please come back super sorry for everything please come back.
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.