We’re creating Memory Boxes in Writing Workshop tomorrow. (Then on Tuesday they’ll start writing entries based-off of the items in their box.) Problem: It’s 10:03 p.m. and I haven’t figured out what to put in my box yet. ARGH!!! I’ve started looking around my desk and have come up with items that I’m unsure of… unsure of their significance, unsure of their kid-friendliness, etc.
That being said, here are some of the things I’m considering:
-A tiny picture frame that contains a photo of me and my cousin Jeremy at Passover in 1985.
-A business card from Deal With It!
-One of the many shells (that are in a hurricane vase in our bathroom) we collected on our recent trip to Nantucket.
However, the question is, will these items lead me to be able to tell really good stories? Yes. Will they be really specific stories? Hmmmm… that depends.
I have to do some more searching — now!
Literacy Consultant. Author. Former 4th and 5th Grade Classroom Teacher.