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Day 4 of 31: SOLSC

The Second-Ever, Month-Long Slice of Life Story Challenge Begins HERE Today!
We're delighted you are joining us for the Third Annual Slice of Life Story Challenge!

It’s great to have you back for the fourth day of our month-long writing challenge! Please link your Slice of Life Story, using the exact URL of the post you’re submitting today, to this post by leaving a comment before 11:59 p.m. Eastern Time today. Just scroll to the bottom of this post to leave the link to your writing for the day.  Once you’re done linking, remember to comment on other people’s slices.  (For more on commenting, click here.)

Did you miss the first three days of the Slice of Life Story Challenge? That doesn’t mean that you cannot take part in the SOLSC!  Click here for more information.

Please note: We’ve turned comment moderation off for the month of March. However, if you’ve never posted a comment on TWT before, or if your comment contains more than one hyperlink, then your comment will be held for moderation. We will monitor blog comments a few times today so we can approve submissions that do not post automatically. Therefore, there is no need to re-post your comment if it doesn’t appear immediately.

Chronicle Books is providing ALL Slice of Life Story Challenge Participants with a 30% off discount & free shipping for any purchases made on their website during the month of March. The promo code is TWOWRITINGTEACHERS (all caps, no spaces). Click here to go to their website.

For more information:

  • Click here to get information about implementing this Challenge in your classroom.

  • Click here to learn more about the giveaways that anyone who writes for all 31 days of March will be eligible to win. NOTE: There will be a random drawing in early April for this purpose.

  • Click here to get find out about the prize drawing folks who start the SOLSC from 3/2 – 3/5 will be eligible to win in April.

  • Click here to download the SOLSC Button Ruth created.

  • Click here to read about the history of the SOLSC (just scroll down once you arrive at the Challenges Page).

Stacey Shubitz View All

Literacy Consultant. Author. Former 4th and 5th Grade Classroom Teacher.

63 thoughts on “Day 4 of 31: SOLSC Leave a comment

  1. Joyce:

    My mistake. I found it the comment you left on day two. My apologies for missing you. You have credit for writing your slice that day.

    Thanks,
    Stacey

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  2. I thought I successfully posted Day Two from my blogger site, but it didn’t show on your website. I reposted on Day Three. Can I get a check on your spreadsheet? There’s something very satisfying about that. No problem if you can’t do it!

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