Tag Archives: Summer plans

#SOL16: Counting Down


school

Single digits now remain

Where once 180 were yet unwrapped.

Days filled with reading, writing, speaking and listening

Math, science, social studies and all those specials.

Time

Days rushed by

90 minutes plus of reading

Was it enough?

What remains?

Time

Time to continue learning

Time to celebrate learning

Time

Time to read and write

Advice for the next class

Wishes for the next year

Time

Final blog entries

Final skype sessions

Time

Saying “hello” as we acknowledge where we began

Saying “goodbye” as we note our accomplishments

Yes, Time

Time for more reading and more writing

Making our summer plans

Because reading and writing don’t end

Although the 180 days will soon close the classroom door.

We are readers and writers EVERY day!

slice of life 2016

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