Every day for thirty-one days I ‘ll share a slice and read others at Two Writing Teachers.
Susan Blackaby created this rain chart with students on Thursday . How cool is it? These are the words that students came up with for “Rain in the Northwest.”
One that didn’t make it was from a kinder: “bubble-gum” rain. I think it arrives later in April around the time that the cherry blossoms of blowing off the trees and it looks like pink snow.
Today it’s a puddle-and-mud maker rain. Gray, cool, and puddles galore. I am happy writing indoors this splashy afternoon.
I am still processing the power of having an author at a school for three days. I learned so much this week.
What’s your word for rain?