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SOLSC ’17: What a Day!

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Slice of Life Small LogoIt’s March 1st! It’s time for the Slice of Life Story Challenge! What a day!

Plenty of events today:

  • SOLSC ’17 begins (that’s this — I waited until the last second, but I want to challenge myself again this year. I’ve never been able to write for 31 days in a row.)
  • March Book Madness voting opened today for Round One (Sweet 16 “New Classics”). My class is reading the books in the middle grade bracket. This is a great way to read and talk about books.
  • Scholastic Reading Summit registration begins today, and I will be there! I cannot miss another one of these fabulous days of reading and meeting other readers.
  • All-Write Institute is coming soon. I registered and all I need to do is wait for June. (I have a little waiting to do, I know.)

To all my fellow writing friends, let’s have a great month of writing and sharing! I can’t wait to read all the posts!

Jennifer

Author: Jennifer Sniadecki

I write about reading and literacy education. My passion is sharing stories about reading and writing workshop teaching. My goal is collaborating, researching, and sharing with other life-long literacy learners. Welcome to my blog!

9 thoughts on “SOLSC ’17: What a Day!

  1. Many wonderful things to celebrate today! I am also going to All Write but need to look into those Scholastic Summits! Happy writing, Jennifer!

  2. What a list! Wow! You’re going to be quite busy in March and beyond. I love having things to look forward to! Enjoy SOL!!

  3. Jennifer! Which summit will you be attending? I hope to see you again this summer.

  4. Certainly a lot of events related to literacy in your life today! Sadly, I will not be at All Write this year. I will be in California babysitting my granddaughter. 😦

  5. Wow! You know how to find all the great things happening around literacy. 🙂 Sounds like you have fabulous plans!!

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