Tomorrow kicks off National Poetry Month. Today’s post celebrates by taking a look at ways to begin and end a unit on poetry.
You made it! Please take time to celebrate your writing accomplishments today! The 31st post is special since it includes some music to mark the final day of our month-long writing challenge.
PLEASE read through the entire post, including the essential information, for some important announcements and reminders.
It’s the final day in our month-long writing challenge! Please share your reflections along with your Slices today. Thank you for joining us in this journey, and congratulations.
Who’s happily writing? Who’s exhausted from this version of “March Madness?” Who’s sad our month-long writing challenge is almost over?
You have written your hearts out all month, Classroom Slicers. Today’s post is about reflection. Today, you can study your writing and think: What kind of writer am I? What do I mostly write about?
It’s the final weekend of our month-long writing challenge. What are you writing right now?
It’s Day 29 of the March Slice of Life Writing Challenge. Three days left to Slice. Have you said all you wanted to say?
A shout-out to the 2014 Support Team!
It’s Day 28 Classroom Slicers! Home Stretch! Write. Share. Give.
We’re almost at the end of our month-long writing challenge. Do you have the stamina to finish or do you need help to keep going?
It’s Day 27 Classroom Slicers! Write. Share. Give.
Betsy Hubbard challenged her readers to a commenting game in the slice of life post she wrote yesterday. Want to play? Click here to find out the “rules.” BE INSPIRED: … Continue Reading Day 26 of the March SOLSC! #sol14
It’s Day 26 Classroom Slicers! Write. Share. Give.
Congratulations to the winner of the Commenting Challenge!
BE INSPIRED: Ona Feinberg (@OnaFeinberg) is another newcomer to our month-long challenge. She recently wrote “Balance,” which is about the push-pull of parenthood and being a teacher. She captured the … Continue Reading Day 25 of the March SOLSC! #sol14
It’s Day 25 Classroom Slicers! Are you writing in scenes, not summaries? Write. Share. Give.
“Stepping into our authenticity is stepping into our real power.”
Write, share, give, and fill out the Google Form if you took part in the commenting challenge over the weekend.
Need a way to boost your class’s commenting? Try a commenting challenge!
Have you started your commenting spree this weekend? If not, leave the link to your slice of life story and then check out the commenting challenge Dana is hosting.