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Why will my toddler eat a bug but not her dinner?
Today a lesson in “resistance is futile”
Thank you. 🙂
Take-a-Line Tuesday: https://deowriter.wordpress.com/2016/04/19/napowrimo-poetic-form-challenge-1930-take-a-line-tuesday/
Hello everybody. My post is a reflection on the recent earthquake in Ecuador, where I live.
I’m at the Texas Library Association Conerence in Hiuston, TX. http://mrstaylorstales.blogspot.com/2016/04/im-at-tla.html
Life is full of uncertainties … and I’m feeling the stress of it all:
Ideation: a strength? Chasing many ideas–catching a few–hoping some people can stick with me and my brain: https://meanderingmaya.wordpress.com/2016/04/19/ideas-but-no-direction/
The reading nest
A night to remember, remembering
Arriving late with a memory from the past inspired by a sign reading “Chicken Gizzards!”
Notice vs observe
Wanting someone, anyone to just listen to me. 🙂
My One Hard Thing: https://friendswithoutid.wordpress.com/2016/04/19/one-hard-thing/
Picture Books in Secondary ELA Class
They definitely love to produce and share their writing! http://mrsliecksclass.blogspot.com/2016/04/sol-challenge-april-19th.html
Why is it so hard to build a routine?
Considering where we are in the cycle of growth, experience and the school year as a funtion of group dynamics. BUT solely from the perspective of a first year principal.
Did you tap into your creativity today? http://caroltoomey.edublogs.org/2016/04/20/creativity/
A Stressful Celebration
Not it didn’t rain today,, but the title says it all, When It Rains, It Pour!
another new project ~ blogging to contribute to the local Yuma CO community, Colorado slicers, please drop by, http://vcvaile.blogspot.com/2016/04/this-week-at-manor.html
I’m heading to TC again!!! Digital Institute, here I come!!
Thankful for creative friends
And we have flowers!
My personal inquiry tonight leads to extra motivation! 🙂
My dreams continue to come true! Literacy rock stars! http://wp.me/p3eVyl-gr
Poetry is all around our Kindergarten classroom!
The Urge to Read Aloud: “This Book Made Me Think of You” http://www.burkinsandyaris.com/the-urge-to-read-aloud-this-book-made-me-think-of-you/
Music bringing back memories.
There are no mistakes!https://terierrol.wordpress.com/2016/04/19/there-are-no-mistakes/
Primary day in New York City:
I never thought of myself as lucky, but maybe I am.
Everything has a story.
My students are still really into slicing as we continue on Tuesdays after the March challenge, and they would love some comments! https://www.writeabout.com/class/JM5298/
Thanks for linking us to your kids’ blogs, Jennifer. I read and commented on a few of them. So glad to see they’re still slicing!
How to make a decision
Milestone birthdays are detours to new beginnings. https://dwitkus.wordpress.com/
The Boston Marathon… does anyone realize it’s Monday?
I’m still trying to write poetry on Tuesdays in April. This poem was inspired by a recent conversation with my mom.
Poetic lines abound…
I’m late today! Here’s my link!
One thought and a few smiles for today.
How could I write every day in March and not have a problem with finding something to write about? Today I drew that blank.
I continue to celebrate Poetry Month with a gift package of resources…a florilegium of poetry!
From kindergarten to college graduation…letting go
Thinking about how we provide support. https://jarhartz.wordpress.com/2016/04/19/sol16-support-with-choice/
What Is Old?
While discussing the Marshmallow Challenge with students, I started thinking about “prototypes” as ways to envision first-draft writing given the ambiguity and history of the term “rough draft.” http://evolvingenglishteacher.blogspot.com/2016/04/prototype-should-teachers-refer-to.html?showComment=1461069546921#c1443694603271684965
Questions I always ask on vacation
At nearly 17 weeks, I finally feel good about sharing some good news publicly: https://raisealithuman.wordpress.com/2016/04/19/whats-in-a-name/.
I have an appointment with a new doctor today.
Just me lamenting the loss of sentence diagraming.
The idle seashore of the mind
What are you reading? I am enjoying my spring break, lots of reading.
An upsetting and frightening thing to watch unfold.
A metaphorical outline of my life: http://iheartpurplestuff.blogspot.com/2016/04/my-song-and-dance.html
Big Bird and woobies…
I write some key observations about writing workshop over the fifteen years I acted as writing coach for my district. .
So, what to do on a rainy night?
The trouble with teaching poetry is it’s messy. https://reflectionsontheteche.wordpress.com/2016/04/19/npm16-19-the-trouble-with-poetry/
Black Gold, not Texas tea
Exploring my daughter’s London:
We ran into a former student at the Y!
Struggling for answers in this crazy quilty of life.
Love the quote! Swirling words!!! http://1gratefulteacher.blogspot.com/2016/04/swirling-words.html
Curating poems from the week
Soaking in the first warm day of spring
Grand Canyon memories:
We’ll be moving from suburban Virginia in two months, and I’m filled with memories and gratitude from our time here…
Join me for a chat and some coffee today:
Thinking about thinking, on a beautiful Monday afternoon… http://wp.me/p6rnl0-1bX
Play Ball, little leaguers, play ball!
My second post. I’m working o pieces about my mother. Some of them I keep. This one is kind of about hope. http://dickenslibrary.blogspot.ca/2016/04/slice-of-life-hope.html
I’m learning: Write enough & weird stuff happens (like standardized tests knocking heads with Wallace Stevens to produce what may or may not be a Slice of Life). http://cast-of-characters.blogspot.com/2016/04/13-ways-of-looking-at-standardized-test.html
Changing attitudes – one book at a time!
How old am I really? I am every age https://thereisabookforthat.com/2016/04/18/i-am-every-age-slice-of-life/
Time to notice, wander, wonder, and write. http://beyondliteracylink.blogspot.com/2016/04/notice-wander-wonder.html. It’s good to be among friends again today.
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