What is on the inside of your Monster??
Have you finished designing
the appearance of your monster???
If not....get to it.
The outside appearance is important
but it is what is on
the inside that really counts.
Deciding what is on the inside of your Monster
1. Make a list of 5 people that you like.
eg. friend, coach, family member, entertainer, teacher, hero,
2. Find a trait from the list of traits that fits with each of the 5 people.
3. Give 1 example of why you chose the trait to go with the person.
4. These 5 traits are the traits that you are giving to your monster.
The worksheet is in your teacher mailbox to record this process.
Keep all your monster creation together.
You will keep building on it each month.
Library Dollar Word
For the contest, use the following values for each letter.
A = .01 B = .02 C = .03 D = .04 E = .05 F = .06 G = .07 H = .08 I = .09 J = .10
K = .11 L = .12 M = .13 N = .14 O = .15 P = .16 Q = .17 R = .18 S = .19 T = .20
U = .21 V = .22 W = .23 X = .24 Y = .25 Z = .26
Think of words or phrases that have an exact value of $1.00.
The Homeroom that submits the most $1.00 words or phrases
(without using the internet)
before October 25th
and 100 House points!
eg - culture
Submit your list of words and phrases to Mrs. McDell
Tuesday is Reading Day in Homeroom