CLASSROOM SOLSC FOR STUDENTS: DAY 3 OF 31

Welcome to day three of the Fifth Annual Classroom Slice of Life Story Challenge!

classroolsolscI am so happy you and your students are back for day three of the challenge!

I have always been a believer in the rule of three’s and the third time is a charm!

Below is a copy of blog written by a first grader during my first year of the Classroom SOLSC.  As you will see Nicholas was new to blogging and he liked lots of things!

As your writers are starting out practice your patience.

It doesn’t matter what it is.  What matters is what it will become.  Dr. Seuss

Everything you imagine is real.  Pablo Picasso

Accept and celebrate all writing! Your writer is gaining so much in the process. Don’t underestimate the power in the process!  Your approval and support are crucial in developing writers!  Every child is a writer until we tell them they aren’t doing it right!

I like Ella. I like stories. I like stors. I like T.V. I like Mrs. Frazier. I like writing. I like numbers, i like Avery. I like legos. I like Brady. I like blue circles. I like Mason. I like Jordan.

I like Ella. I like stories. I like stores. I like T.V. I like Mrs. Frazier. I like writing. I like numbers. I like Avery. I like Legos. I like Brady. I like blue circles. I like Mason. I like Jordan.

By day 14 Nicholas was writing slices of his day! Complete with the bloody details of wrestling with a brother!  Your writers are doing hard work, encourage and support them!

When it was my bedtime me and my brother were playing pillow fight. I accidentally bumped my tooth. Jabbed my tooth into my brothers head. His head had a hole in it. There was bleeding. My tooth hurt. One tooth was wiggly. The end. I hope you comment.

When it was my bedtime me and my brother were playing pillow fight. I accidentally bumped my tooth. Jabbed my tooth into my brothers head. His head had a hole in it. There was bleeding. My tooth hurt. One tooth was wiggly. The end. I hope you comment.

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This is the third of 31 posts where you will share the permalink to your students’ slice of life stories in (the comments section below) or the permalink to your class hub where we can then access the blogs of your writers. 

If you haven’t already, please take a few minutes to read through this post and the links shared within before posting your link in the comments below. 

Details:

  1. If you haven’t read the Essential Information post, then please click here to read it now before you post the link to your students’ slice of life stories. Don’t forget to keep your students’ identities anonymous for their protection.
  2.  If your students are slicing from their personal blogs, then you should link their blog posts together using your classroom hub or personal blog. Then, share the permalink to the location of the “round up” of student slices. (Click here for more information on how to do this.) Individual students CANNOT link here directly. Students who are under 18 must have an adult linking for them. Any student links left without an adult link will be deleted.
  3. Only post the link to your students’ slices of life here. Do not post the link to your personal slice of life stories here.
  4. If this is the first comment you’ve left on Two Writing Teachers, then we will have to moderate your comment. We will be checking throughout the day in order to get your links up for the community as soon as possible. As long as you use the same username/email to log in going forward, your comments should appear instantly in the future.
  5. Any questions, please contact one of us.
    • If your last name begins with the letters A – F, please email questions to Deb, DebFrazier4 {at} gmail {dot} com
    • If your last name begins with the letters G – L, please email questions to Beth, beth [at] elizabethmoore [dot] work
    • If your last name begins with the letters M- R please email questions to Kathleen, Mrs.Sokolowski {at} gmail {dot} com
    • If your last name begins with the letters S – Z, please email questions to, Lanny, Lanny.Ball {at} gmail {dot} com

Finally, we invite you to grab the Classroom SOLSC button in either English or Spanish and use it on your blog. 

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Happy Slicing!