Almost There #PoetryFriday

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For fellow SOL Slicers, this poem might look familiar. It was my slice from this week — 2.0. It actually started out just as a list of things done and yet-to-be done, but somehow morphed into a poem about the last day or two of school. Since Tuesday, I’ve had a chance to mess around with it a bit and use a little Canva watermelon background magic. As Lucy Calkins says in the TCRWP Writing Units of Study, “When you think you’re done, you’ve just begun.” Happy summer!

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Heidi at My Juice Little Universe is graciously hosting this week’s Poetry Friday. Why not join us there and spread some poetry love!

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27 thoughts on “Almost There #PoetryFriday

  1. Christie, I wish I was there giving your young poets a hug after the technology got unplugged! What a delightful poem. When the Spring Gallery comes out will there be a way to communicate with your students so they can see that they were mentioned. I looked back at the first poems they sent me and it is wonderful seeing their progress as poets.

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  2. Nice job! Like the yellow school bus juxtaposed on the yellow watermelon background. From the poem, I especially like “promises kept” and “children hugged.” 🙂 Enjoy your summer vacation!

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  3. Love your poem! It so succinctly presented the end of the year in an elementary building. I have been an instructional coach for 3 years, but am returning to the classroom this fall. Your poem brings me JOY as I contemplate the reality this will be my experience next year!

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  4. Christie, it’s nice to meet you properly at last. Congratulations on ending your school year with many important items crossed off your list–and many nice rhymes, too! Have you really done a 30-day writing streak during these last weeks? Brava!

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