Welcome to the twenty-third day of the 11th Annual Slice of Life Story Challenge! ANNOUNCEMENTS The third week can feel hard! We’re past the newness factor, and the end it still in the… Continue reading
You’ve made it to Day 22! Keep writing! Keep sharing! Keep commenting!
The third week can feel hard! We’re past the newness factor, and the end it still in the distance. Keep writing! Keep sharing! Keep commenting!
Tomorrow we begin. Onward to the 11th Annual Slice of Life Story Challenge!
Here’s the prize reveal for the 2018 Slice of Life Story Challenge! Get your slices ready as we gear up for writing every day during the month of March. We have incredibly generous supporters!
In case you missed any posts from our most recent blog series, Beyond the Fundamentals of Writing Workshop, here’s a round-up.
Last week I met with a teacher about a writer who worries her. “Where’s his writing?” I asked. She pulled out a piece with a date on it, and the date was from… Continue reading
I am a list person. I have lists by my computer, by my bed, in the kitchen, in my car console– And I love crossing things off my lists. One of the reasons… Continue reading
WRITE a slice of life story on your own blog. SHARE a link to your post in the comments section. GIVE comments to at least three other SOLS bloggers.
Before my daughter plays a soccer game or scrimmages, her team goes through several warm-up exercises. Watching the go through the motions, I’m impressed that they all seem to enjoy the warm-ups, and they also can explain the purpose of them.
It has helped me to think of these grammar games as the girls think of their soccer warm-ups. They’re quick, they’re fun, and they’re relevant to writing.
I don’t remember sharing writing experiences at home when my daughters were in elementary school.
I wish we had.
In case you missed any pieces from our series about predictable problems, here’s a quick review of the week of posts with the links, as well.
When one of my daughters was switching from playing soccer to playing field hockey, we had several conversations about the similar skills each sport required. It didn’t take us long to figure out… Continue reading