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The Memory Game for Kids

Student Samples for the Memory Game

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This Prompt's Title:

The Memory Game for Kids

brainstorming three sensory details about a personal memory
before writing about it


An elephant never forgets? How's your memory today?

Six student writers who use "The Memory Game" will be published on this page! Is one of those students in your classroom right now?

Student Sample Being Sought: Kindergarten

WritingFix is currently seeking an outstanding kindergarten student's sample for this writing prompt. Teachers: if you can help us obtain a revised and edited student sample, along with a digital photo of the student and a signed permission slip, we will send you a complimentary copy of any of the Northern Nevada Writing Project's Print Publications. Writing created as a class or in student groups is always acceptable.

Write to us at publish@writingfix.com and use 'The Memory Game' in your e-mail's subject line, if you have a student sample to share with us.


Student Sample Being Sought: First Grade

WritingFix is currently seeking an outstanding first grade student's sample for this writing prompt. Teachers: if you can help us obtain a revised and edited student sample, along with a digital photo of the student and a signed permission slip, we will send you a complimentary copy of any of the Northern Nevada Writing Project's Print Publications. Writing created as a class or in student groups is always acceptable.

Write to us at publish@writingfix.com and use 'The Memory Game' in your e-mail's subject line, if you have a student sample to share with us.



Student Sample Being Sought: Second Grade

WritingFix is currently seeking an outstanding second grade student's sample for this writing prompt. Teachers: if you can help us obtain a revised and edited student sample, along with a digital photo of the student and a signed permission slip, we will send you a complimentary copy of any of the Northern Nevada Writing Project's Print Publications. Writing created as a class or in student groups is always acceptable.

Write to us at publish@writingfix.com and use 'The Memory Game' in your e-mail's subject line, if you have a student sample to share with us.


Student Sample Being Sought: Third Grade

WritingFix is currently seeking an outstanding third grade student's sample for this writing prompt. Teachers: if you can help us obtain a revised and edited student sample, along with a digital photo of the student and a signed permission slip, we will send you a complimentary copy of any of the Northern Nevada Writing Project's Print Publications.

Write to us at publish@writingfix.com and use 'The Memory Game' in your e-mail's subject line, if you have a student sample to share with us.


Student Sample Being Sought: Fourth Grade

WritingFix is currently seeking an outstanding fourth grade student's sample for this writing prompt. Teachers: if you can help us obtain a revised and edited student sample, along with a digital photo of the student and a signed permission slip, we will send you a complimentary copy of any of the Northern Nevada Writing Project's Print Publications.

Write to us at publish@writingfix.com and use 'The Memory Game' in your e-mail's subject line, if you have a student sample to share with us.


Student Sample: Fifth Grade

Water Memory
by Jeffrey, fifth grade writer

         My Mom and Dad and I were driving to Lake Powell, a huge lake in a very big canyon. The canyon walls are red and light brown, and they turn white about 20 feet from the water.  The white is where the water level used to be. After we arrived at Lake Powell, we loaded the houseboat with all our stuff and went out on the lake. Our houseboat is named the Desert Delight.   It is purple, yellow and white, and has a slide on the back.
         While my cousin Andy and I were swimming in Lake Powell, we decided to jump off the top of the houseboat.  We climbed on board the boat and went on the top deck. We climbed over the railing and jumped at the exact same time.  It was so awesome that we did it the rest of the day.  The next day we woke up early and started jumping off the top.   Before long we were performing tricks and dives, off both the top and bottom decks of the Desert Delight.


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