Link your slice and then comment on as many other slicers as possible.
Woohoo! It’s Tuesday…even better, it’s Slice-time!
Almost missed Tuesday…Finding Space and Making Time:
I’ve got some reading of blogs to catch up on – I apologize for being a slack blogger but here’s my slice
I am also squeaking in. I would be so honored, if you have the time, if you would stop by and leave a comment for my dear sister. This post is a tribute to her…
oops, here is the link for Otterlanding
Fran is out of town and her editor daughter, One Sunflower, is taking extreme license and publishing a story from her sister (child #3) who did some teaching herself recently
squeaking in at the last minute –
listen to the (imagined) voice of a preschooler
Finding time for the important things (like slicing) on my 7 year anniversary
Late posting today, but I made it! Taking Wing (on making book fairy costumes for homecoming week): http://portable-teacher.blogspot.com/2012/09/slice-of-life-tuesday-taking-wing.html
A chance for early bed so just a quick funny today. 🙂
memories of an accident from long ago:
A writing prompt!
Surfacing – I hope
Happy New Year with a Head Cold
A slice form my weekend…
A brief post that will hopefully jumpstart me back into more blogging, more blog reading, and more commenting! Sorry that I’ve been so absent.
continuing to be super busy this week, but here’s my own “Where I’m From” poem that I wrote to share with my students.
Slow down…dig deep…less best!
this picture will have to stay in my memory
Want some perspective of this week’s events from the Middle East? http://imwritingtoo.blogspot.com/2012/09/the-state-of-world-at-least-my-corner.html
Things I love, Things I Cherish – Glad to be back!
making the cut – a slice of middle school life
Survival of the first month of school!
I couldn’t think of anything poetic or philosophical. I chose simple and practical for this slice.
A shift in plans for my Sunday afternoon:
It’s my blog’s half-birthday this week, so I have a giveaway going on in exchange for mini-slices (6-word memoirs). I hope you’ll join me in celebrating. http://iheartpurplestuff.blogspot.com/2012/09/half-birthday-bash-take-two-day-2.html
Whatever happened to my teaching stamina???!
A little post about little things… http://deb-day.blogspot.com/2012/09/things-that-made-me-smile.html
Short poem on not letting summer go . . .
Inspired by a post here by Ruth, I carry on the talk about slowing students down, & using notebooks for one answer. http://teacherdance.blogspot.com/2012/09/take-it-slow.html
Going deeper with comprehension in a fifth grade classroom!
I only hope this is a phase . . .
Reflecting on the first two weeks of school. http://shewritesbecause.blogspot.com/2012/09/the-3-ps.html
Haven’t sliced for a couple of weeks. Trying to get back into a routine.
I actually wrote this last week. I can’t bear to open my feelings on the subject today, I feel we’re too close to the end. p.s. Thanks for everyone’s support during this awful strike! I’m hopeful that today will mark the end.
http://www.lolawrite.blogspot.com/ Heroes are all around us.
Thinking about what I am, and what I am not.
Pondering the future of education today. http://readwriteandreflect.blogspot.com/2012/09/slice-of-life-future-of-education.html
This is a weekend experience that was really a ‘slice’. Make it a great day everyone. xo
How a third grade student used the young adult character generator to write his first book: http://reflectionsontheteche.wordpress.com/2012/09/18/character-development/
Happy Tuesday to all, http://lcinmo.wordpress.com/2012/09/18/disappointment-or-relief/
Life in a primary classroom Bathroom Humor
Watching our hummingbirds is so enjoyable.
Missed last week’s slice because of dead charger!
Here is this week’s: Mandatory Conference and God’s Strength
A wonderful bike ride with time for reflection and planning as well as cooler mornings signaling fall has me thinking about “gifting.” A long weekend (for some of us) provides time to write a bit more deeply!
http://theamyrudder.blogspot.com/2012/09/lets-cruise.html Who’s ready to cruise…and so…
A review of The Diviners by Libba Bray. Seriously, everyone should read this book!
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