Mock Newbery 2014 Club Summer #1 Meeting

Mock Newbery 2014 Club Summer #1 Meeting

Tuesday, March 4, 2014

5th Grade Slice of Life Challenge - Post 1


We are participating in a modified way in the Two Writing Teachers' Classroom Challenge.  Since my students don't have individual blogs, they are writing a slice every day in their writer's notebooks.  Several times a week I will select a few to post here, on our classroom blog, to link up with other classroom slicers.  We are writing memoirs this month, so many students are writing about memories.  I gave them a choice, though, so some slices are about other topics.  We'd love for you to comment on any or all the slices I scanned and posted.  I hope you can read them okay. I'm slicing, too, right along with my students, on my own blog:  http://hollymueller.blogspot.com/

Stephen's Slice



Lauren's Slice



Jenna's Slice


Megan's Slice


Our slices go perfectly with our scrapbook-making and memoir-writing this month!  Here are pictures with the finished scrapbooks.  Sorry I missed the first group - I had camera malfunctions!







5 comments:

  1. Stephen's slice had an unexpected turn. I would never have thought about woodpeckers and concussion research together were it not for his slice.

    Lauren did a nice job with onomatopoeia.
    Jenna's conclusion wraps her piece up nicely.
    Megan's piece reminded me of meeting one of my best friends growing up.

    Nice job, slicers!

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  2. Lisa (Lauren L's Mom)March 5, 2014 at 8:45 PM

    Keep on Slicing, Slicers! Great stuff is flowing through out onto paper, It's GREAT!!

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  3. Stephen GerstnerMarch 6, 2014 at 6:10 PM

    At first I thought that I wasn't going to get all of my slices done. But I guess it turned out fine.

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    1. I had faith in all of you. I know you have lots of great writing in you. ;-)

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  4. I am LOVING slicing! Mrs.Mueller, I am SO happy you assigned us this! I never thought about this before, but this could help as a running start to my career as an author!

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