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Plan A Family Holiday Menu and Write a Personal Narrative

Plan a Family Menu

Design A Family Menu

In this fun holiday tradition writing lesson, 6 – 8 grade students will design a family menu after learning menu appropriate vocabulary. Then they will write a personal narrative describing their own family traditions, or a particular story that happened at their family holiday gathering. It can be centered around any holiday or family gathering such as Christmas, Thanksgiving, New Years, a birthday, family reunion, or even a wedding.  If you have a student(s) whose family doesn’t celebrate certain holidays, he or she will still be able to do the lesson.  I did this every year in my class and my students often gave it as a gift.

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