#2) Create a tracking system so you can monitor how many Slices each of your students has written. Click here for an example of the system I created last year, which you can customize.
#3) Use the logo Ruth created (above) in whatever way you wish. I’m going to give my kids stickers using the logo. (Need someone to create stickers for you? Try Jennifer at MyPaperCrafts.)
#4) Provide your students with some examples of Slice of Life Stories you’ve written.
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