Tag Archives: SOLSC2012
One week has passed since the beginning of the SOLSC began. I have done a lot of writing in a week! Seven slices. Revision of a first twenty pages of my manuscript for a critique. Revision of the last section of … Continue reading
I am listening to The Wednesday Wars by Gary Schmidt. Holling Hoodhood is a seventh grader on Long Island, New York. The book gives us a slice of life during 1967-1968. For me, the book has me traveling back to my sophomore … Continue reading
Cat in the Hat Day and Family Library Night In honor of Dr. Suess, our Family Library Night was a celebration of reading this evening. During the day we had two district administrators read to two classes. This … Continue reading
I originally thought I would be creating a list of “what I know now” but with the announcement of a library challenge in our district I am inspired to write about it instead. The book is Don’t Take Love Lying … Continue reading
My slice of life for today is a haiku: daffodils burst forth afternoon sunshine warms ground catnaps, books to read More slice of life can be found HERE. Woohoo this is my 500th post!!
drive home listening to a book story time I travel 50 miles round trip to teach. When we bought our house in 2005, the amount of time for the commute only increased by minutes as now I drive more freeway. In 2007, … Continue reading
It’s Friday, Dr. Seuss Day, and life with two fifth grade classes. For weeks, I have been teaching the fifth grade class how to take notes when reading for information on-line. Not an easy task! I started out with the … Continue reading