Write. Share. Give.
Write. Share. Give.
It’s Day 6, Classroom Slicers!
Slice up a quick write and a poem may emerge!
It is day five of our 31-day writing challenge. Are you having fun yet? What feels easy? What feels challenging? Please share your thoughts when you leave the link to your slice of life story.
Thinking about how to structure your Slice of Life writing? This post may help. And welcome to Day Five!
It’s the fourth day of our month-long writing challenge. How’s it going?
It’s Day Four Classroom Slicers!
I’m glad you’re here for the third day of the 8th Annual Slice of Life Story Challenge! Or, perhaps you aren’t taking the month-long challenge but have arrived for our weekly Tuesday challenge. Either way, you’re in the right place.
It’s Day 3 of the classroom challenge!
Anyone who starts the SOLSC today, tomorrow, or on Wednesday, 3/4 will still be eligible for one of the incredible prizes we’re offering. All you have to do is “write, share, and give” today and every day for the rest of the month. If you have a friend who’s on the fence about committing to the Challenge, please encourage him/her to jump in because it’s not too late!
It’s Day Two of the Classroom SOLSC!
It’s not too late to sign up for the SOLSC!
Welcome to the 8th Annual Slice of Life Story Challenge! This is where you share a link to your individual (not classroom) slice of life story. Then, remember to give at least three other slicers some comment love during the day today.
Welcome to Day One of the Classroom Slice of Life Story Challenge!
I don’t have a professional proofreader at my disposal (though I wish I did!). I know spell check isn’t a fool-proof method for getting my writing ready to go out into the world. But now I have Grammarly, a proofreading web application that finds and explains in-depth grammar, spelling, and punctuation mistakes online.
Take a look at all the amazing prices for the March Slice of Life Story Challenge!
Are you planning to participate in the SOLSC for the first time? Here are the answers to some frequently asked questions from new participants.
Are you hoping for a magic spell that will make kids write?