I want you to know that we really wanted you to come back because our legs get tired of standing, the floor is really cold, we get tired and the floor is too hard for us.
We are very sorry for what we did to you all and I hope you can forgive us for what we have done to you.
We will start to treat you like we want to be treated.
We are really sorry for dragging you on the floor, hitting you on the floor, treating you bad, for getting you annoyed and other things that you don’t like.
Please forgive us for the things we have done to you.
We are very very very sorry for annoying you.
We promise to never do it ever ever ever! Again!
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.