#SOL19: Day 26 SOLSC

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What will the weather be?

Do we celebrate the possibilities? 

Or bemoan the results?

(Totally beyond our control like many other things in our lives – personal and school.)

From Enchanted Learning . . . Weather words that begin with “S” . . .

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Wednesday’s predicted high is 69 degrees. 

Snow is predicted for Friday night. 

Which prediction do I want to be correct? 

How will I celebrate on Wednesday?

How does the weather pendulum impact student learning?

Thank you, Betsy, Beth, Deb, Kathleen, Kelsey, Lanny, Melanie, and Stacey for this daily March forum from Two Writing Teachers. Check out the writers, readers and teachers here.

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7 responses

  1. Today’s morning temperature was 29! Last week I was doing yard clean up. Such is the month of March.

    1. So true, Diane. March can often feel like combinations of at least 3 seasons!

  2. I love the list of just s words related to weather! Thanks for modeling a good resource in your post. I’m always looking for ways to strengthen my vocababulary and my students’ too! Fun that we posted next to each other today too!

    1. Sally, I was originally going to think of just a poetic version of “s” words for today but that plan just didn’t work. Love that some things found through google do work out! And yes, neighbors again!

  3. “Weather pendulum” Ours is not as extreme. I heard a report today that said the pecan trees are budding, so no more freezing temps. Ah, here is spring.

  4. I try to ignore morning temps. Tired of hard frosts! We are a long way from spring!!!

  5. When the forecaster predicts a range of temperatures or a varying amount of snowfall or rainfall I always feel like s/he is giving us a choice so I always choose the higher temp or lesser amount of snow or rain. Turns out I am not really being given a choice.

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