SOLSC Classroom Challenge



Welcome to Day 31 of the Classroom Slice of Life Story Challenge!  You made it!

Today we celebrate you and all your efforts to develop student writers.


If you haven’t had a chance to leave us feedback on your experience with the 2018 Classroom SOLSC, we would be so grateful if you could take some time to fill out the Google form.

We would love to hear your ideas about the Classroom SOLSC on our Flipgrid. 

Yesterday we shared 6 word memoirs to sum up the experience of being part of the Classroom SOLSC. If you would like to add yours to our Collaborative Google Slide, click here.



The Slice of Life Story Challenge is definitely a challenge, but taking part in the Classroom SOLSC is an even bigger challenge! Not only did you commit to blogging yourself each day and commenting on 3 Slices daily, you shared this challenge with your students, facilitated their blogging, commented on their blog posts and commented on other student blog posts! We are so proud of all of your efforts. We created a certificate that you can print to show you how much we appreciate you and all your efforts.

How will you reward YOURSELF for your dedication and hard work this month? Share your ideas in the comments!


After reading the information in the links above, if you still have questions about the Classroom SOLSC contact one of us. (Please don’t use Twitter or Facebook to contact us with SOLSC questions).

  • If your last name begins with the letters A – G, please email questions to DebFrazier4{at}
  • If your last name begins with the letters H – M, please email questions to beth{at}
  • If your last name begins with the letters N- S, please email questions to Lanny Ball lanny.ball[{at}
  • If your last name begins with the letters T – Z, please email questions to Kathleen Sokolowski mrs.sokolowski{at}


11 thoughts on “2018 CLASSROOM SOLSC FOR STUDENTS: DAY 31 OF 31

  1. I will reward myself by spending some time with my students who blogged with me. I have some lunch time breaks a few times a year, so will take them out for french fries, which is our magic word in the classroom.


  2. One of my rewards is going to be celebrating with my students when we return from Spring Break. We all need to sit together and celebrate what we accomplished. I think I’m going to buy a new professional book on writing, too. It will mean so much more to me now that I’ve written for a month straight.


  3. Ha! Today is not just the final day for SOLSC but as well the commencement of holidays right into next week Monday.. And to me, spending sometimes indoors with my writing pad, pencil and eraser; where no one disturbs is so much rewarding. I usually step out with a great joy knowing that a great written piece of mine is ready for publishing… So I am going spend almost the whole day indoor, undisturbed, to enjoy my writing….. There is a great joy in writing…


    1. Hello- I think you meant to leave this on the main SOLSC page- this is the Classroom one. Can you please repost it there? Thanks!


  4. Just completing this challenge is my reward. I woke up feeling so happy with a sense of accomplishment! Will be celebrating with the kiddos who completed the challenge on Monday.
    Already making plans for next year to do the challenge during the day when we have Writing Workshop instead of it being before school. Thanks for this opportunity!


  5. Hmm, no idea how I will treat myself, but I know it will feel like a treat to have some more reading time. I always feel my reading/writing life is unbalanced in March, which is usually reversed in the other months. I am going to strive for more balance.


  6. At the end of every March, I reward myself for this challenge. Last year, I got an updated Fitbit and I also bought a Beachbody on Demand subscription so I can exercise at home. I usually buy a book or two also. This year, I think I’m going to buy some new lipsticks from my friend who sells Lipsense. It’s long-lasting lipstick that you can mix different shades. I always feel so proud today for making it through! Thanks to all the Classroom SOLSC educators who took this on for your students! I hope it was an experience everyone will remember.


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