Welcome to Day 27 of the Classroom SOLSC for Students!
Do you #CelebrateMonday on Twitter? This hashtag is meant to trend the positive and share the amazing things happening in schools. Consider sharing your class’ writing on Twitter today as you #CelebrateMonday! Another hashtag where teachers can share the work they are doing is #OpenDoorClassroom. While we encourage our students to share their stories in this challenge, it is important for us to share the stories of this writing experience! You have been doing important work, encouraging your students to write daily this month. Let’s celebrate it!
Another way to celebrate all of this hard work is by adding to our Collaborative Slides presentation, which we will publish on Friday, the last day of the challenge. You can access the presentation here, as well as the directions for what to do!
If you need any reminders about the challenge or who to contact for assistance, please click here.
22 thoughts on “CLASSROOM SOLSC FOR STUDENTS: DAY 27 OF 31”
Oops – kids posted but teacher forgot to share!
2nd and 3rd graders in Colorado!
My one faithful slicer is still slicing even on Spring Break! Enjoy!
I’m so late today, but here are 7th and 8th graders from Chicagoland
First Graders Racing to the end!
A few slicers are feeling the end is near…they want to keep going!
7th grade blogs on the left side of my page! Enjoy!
First graders in Virginia:
5th Graders in Illinois
HS ELLs in Ohio: https://www.writeabout.com/class/JM5298
We are writing about things that make us smile today! 🙂
8th grade students from Northeast Iowa!
Third graders in Southern California
My third graders in Venezuela learned about Book Spine poems today and did one as their slice.
Middle school students based in Denver and who knows where on spring break. https://logansol17.blogspot.com/2017/03/march-27th-how-to-have-good.html?showComment=1490551947852
5th graders in Colombia will be posting this morning!
Last week! https://kidblog.org/class/mrs-simons-sea/posts
The last Monday of the Challenge
3rd graders in NY!
3rd graders and friends in Malaysia.
6th graders blogging in VA
5th graders in Saudi
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