Announcing a short pause in our regular blogging schedule
A lesson from Kate DiCamillo
DIY Literacy will give you the tools you need to reach all your students
When I first opened Nerdy Birdy by Aaron Reynolds, I was not (yet) reading it with the eye of a writer. I was way too smitten with the bird on the front … Continue Reading Nerdy Birdy: A Review & Giveaway
Help your students see the possibilities by writing in front of them
Use a teacher-written mentor text for your next unit of study
How can we help students develop identities as writers?
Announcing the prize winners of the 9th Annual Slice of Life Story Challenge
You can use protocols to examine student writing.
You’ve been writing for fourteen straight days! Keep going!
Day 13. Have you found your writing groove yet?
If this is your first time participating in the SOLSC, this challenge is for you!
Today is day 12 of the March SOLSC.
Write, Share, Give.
Today is Day 11. Share your SOLS link here.
You are 10 days in the challenge! Write your story, share your link, and give at least three comment to other Slicers.
Here we go with Day 9!
Write your story, share your link, and give at least 3 comments. We are on Day 8!
Today is Day 7. Share your link here.
Today is Day 6 of the 9th Annual SOLSC.
You can still sign up for the 9th Annual Slice of Life Story Challenge.