Monthly Archive: August, 2013

Solve It Your Way

by

I’m excited to share Franki Sibberson’s latest project with you. SOLVE IT YOUR WAY! is an innovative project to encourage creative problem solving and collaborate with others around the globe. I shared this… Continue reading

Author & Illustrators as Mentors

by

It is important to say the name of the author and the illustrator when you read a picture book.

Writer’s Notebooks

by

Last week I had a conversation with a middle school teacher who has spent her summer studying writing workshop and is excited to make writer’s notebooks the backbone of her writing instruction. This… Continue reading

Tuesday Tidbits

by

Day one at the TCRWP Writing Institute was fantastic! Here are a few important take-aways I gleaned from yesterday’s keynote and sessions. The TCRWP feels the same pressures all of us feel about… Continue reading

Slice of Life Story Challenge

by

Share your story.

Hello August!

by

Here I am and August is here too. It has been a long summer that is going too fast. It’s the paradox of time. One thing is for sure: It keeps moving. Next… Continue reading

Looking Forward

by

August is here! What are you eagerly anticipating this week, later this month, and this-coming fall?