Here are my a-brations to chalk about:
I love the shadow on this one. Below the chalk is the typed version of this quote from Osho's book, Courage: The Joy of Living Dangerously. There were no line breaks in the text of the book but I broke it up to fit my canvas.
Here is a notebook peek into my chalk poem:
Wet pavement put a damper, literally, on my chalking all of April. It was a clear beautiful weekend until it started raining AGAIN! But, got my chalk done and only had to endure a little sprinkle.
Linda from TeacherDance improvised her chalk today using an app (smart idea). Here is her poem about the appreciation of bees.
All the way from Singapore some first graders from The Learning Adventures of Grade 1AC chalked some Haikus. Check out their hard work and beautiful chalky words.
Mary Lee joined in to share a poem about Oak Pollen, quite clever she is. Take a peek here.
Robin, at Teaching Tomorrow's Leaders chalked with her students today...with a very nice improvisation on the canvas! She also added her own poetic words, that are well, chalk-tastic, you'll see what I mean.
Cathy at Merely Day by Day also had a chalky share about capturing moments, it is a beauty.
AND...now Ms. Mere's students add their poems to the mix and there is a lot to celebrate when it comes to their poems!
Mrs. Frazier's first graders from Ohio got their hands dusty with some great chalketry. Check out their awesome work here!
Ms. Mac's emerging writers share their experience and their chalk. You have to see these little ones working and writing, great stuff.
Slice of Life is hosted by Ruth and Stacey at Two Writing Teachers.