One Sunflower

Slices of Life Preschool style…

on March 6, 2012

Slice of life stories on white boards – or as my students call them “wipe boards”

check out more slices of life at Two Writing Teachers

I'm playing with my yo yo. It's a sunny day.

Making pizza.

I'm jumping in the house.

not sure of story but there is sure a lot of movement happening!

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8 responses to “Slices of Life Preschool style…

  1. mrssurridge says:

    Every single time I see a drawing by a child I want to frame it! They are so unique and precious and contain something different that an adult can not create. Thanks for sharing!

  2. Tara says:

    Woah…that last one certainly has a lot going on! Miguel is one busy kid!

  3. SueB says:

    How fun these are and how easy to edit! AND you’ve published these erasable stories!

  4. Absolutely adorable! Lots of great details by your young artists. I’m impressed that you were able to get a photo before they wiped them and began anew! Thanks for sharing.

  5. Ah…I love that you took pictures of the “wipe boards.” That reminds me of when one of my kiddos told me that he couldn’t figure out how to “delete” his work. It’s a whole new world!

  6. Betsy says:

    Thanks for sharing what your students are doing. What a great way to validate their writing by photographing it to share with us!

  7. Michelle says:

    Love these! Thanks for sharing slices from preschoolers – just adorable with so much detail! Love the yo-yo and Miguel’s drawing . . . I wonder what he would tell you about it. Hmm…

  8. I loved the pictures. What a great idea. Our world is changing fast and then not all. I really like the idea of pre-schoolers doing a slice!

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