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Space Made - #sol15

It’s always been about Making Space.

Space in every day to write.

Space on the desk beneath the picture window,

Space in my notebook on the right and left sides. 150 more words


Easter clues

Slice 116 of 365

When I was little we had an Easter egg hunt every year. In the beginning it was simple, we just looked for eggs. 598 more words

Slice of Life 30: Two hour window

It is virtually impossible to do anything when you’re “on vacation” and have three little ones at home. Despite the years of experience that have taught me this lesson—when was the last time my time was truly mine, I wonder, longingly—I always go into spring break looking forward to all the things I can “get done.”  Who was I kidding? 308 more words

Tricia Ebarvia

SOL: Interactive Writing with Natalie Louis

I have been attending Saturday Reunions for almost ten years and I am always amazed at how much information and inspiration Lucy Calkins and her team of staff developers manage to pack into six short hours. 813 more words


Awards for a NYC Weekend

Fastest Ride to LAX:  Goes to my son. Slow down and be safe honey, someone wants you to survive college intact!

Squishiest Airline Seat Ever: 824 more words

Slice Of Life

And You Can Only Laugh

Strange things happen,

When trapped in a room

with 27 kids…

Things are said,

And you can only laugh.

Stories are written,

And you have to smile. 51 more words

Third Grade

#SOL15: Day 30, Notes from TCRWP's Saturday Reunion

Last weekend, I was fortunate enough to attend TCRWP’s 88th Saturday Reunion. The beauty of TCRWP is their belief in teachers and the need to build and bolster the community as learners. 642 more words