Classroom Slice Round-up – 4/31

Classroom SOLSC

Please copy the permalink from you blog post for today and paste it in the comments below.  Be sure to check for comments on your posts and remember that repaying comments and connecting with other writers is the best way to build yourself a writing community.  I will be sharing this post on Two Writing Teachers call for Classroom Challenge posts sometime today.

You’re welcome to go there as well and find other blogs to read and comment on.  Be sure to pay attention to what age the students are so that you are able to offer appropriate feedback.  Unless a blogger has asked for criticism, you should give positive and specific feedback.

Next week, I’ll try to include a little bit of a writing prompt for you, as I know it gets difficult to think of new things to write about.  But, I stumbled across this post back from one of my first challenges and I thought it was too good not to share now.   You might need to come back to this post often if you feel stuck.  Just think that on March 4th, I posted a picture of ideas that will help you march forth with your writing! 🙂


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  1. Glenda Funk 03/04/2015 at 6:07 pm | | Reply

    Loved getting into the mind of another teacher! You sound like me! 🙂 I’ll be sharing your wordle/word cloud. It’s gorgeous. I think it should be a poster.

  2. Amber C. 03/04/2015 at 6:37 pm | | Reply
  3. SophieG 03/05/2015 at 3:57 pm | | Reply

    Here’s my post, It should be working now!

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