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Slice of Life Tuesday: Playing Games


Playing Games

Let’s play a game. It’s allegedly a research-based, highly engaging, educational game, meant to make participants think, compare, contrast, guess, and check. We’ll see:

Two Truths and a Lie

  1. I have less grey hair now than before Christmas break.
  2. I failed this week while teaching.
  3. I predicted (correctly) the winner of the 2016 Caldecott Medal book.

Think you know? I’ll bet you don’t!

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Author: Jennifer Sniadecki

I write about literacy education and my love for reading and writing. My passion is sharing titles I use for school libraries, classroom collaborations, and professional development. My goal is to collaborate, research, and share with other life-long literacy learners. Welcome to my blog!

7 thoughts on “Slice of Life Tuesday: Playing Games

  1. I think your lie is less grey hair than before Christmas break – it’s SO crazy at this time of year for hair therapy!!

  2. I’m going for 3 too. So many choices, how could one predict correctly?

  3. I think #1 and #2 are the truths and #3 is the lie. Am I right? Am I right?

  4. #3 seems the obvious choice. But, I’m guessing you didn’t go with the obvious. Or maybe your are…. I’ll go with #1.

  5. I guess that # 2 is the lie, can’t imagine you failing at teaching. When will you tell? (Fun!)

  6. I have no idea – but what a fun slice game! šŸ™‚

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