Writing Lesson of the Month Network

...sharing thoughtful, mentor text-inspired lessons your students will love!

If you've used our "Writing Like an Artist Paints" lesson at the WritingFix Website--


Click here to access this freely shared writing lesson! 


--and you have up to three edited student samples to share with us, you can post them by copying and pasting them from your computer into our "Reply to This" box below; you may also add samples by adding them as uploaded attachments (like Word documents) to the box below.


Very Important:  Please only share your students' first name and grade level with us when you post.  Do not post last names or school names, or the posts will be deleted.


Twenty-five Teachers every semester will win a free classroom resource!  Each semester, we choose 25 new students to publish at our online lessons directly at the world-famous WritingFix website. To have your students' writing considered, it can be posted below in the box underneath  this posting.  In November and May, we will select the 25 students whose writing impressed us the most, and if your student(s) is selected, you will be asked to choose from any of the NNWP Print Publications (http://www.unr.edu/educ/nnwp/publications.html) for us to send to your classroom.


Help us celebrate your writers.


--Corbett Harrison, WritingFix Webmaster

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Chasing Vermeer
  Sitting in my seat, I see a sled rush past me and down an icy hill. What appears as shiny cream snow is the sled’s side board. On it are two passengers, but they look like a large rectangle splattered with color. Black stringy hair follows the box closely behind.
  The colors are bright and playful, yet all appear at one time. Perhaps red boots lifted in the air and a dark poofy blanket or coat is shaped around a body. Flashing bright smiles on the red cold faces whiz by. It happens so quickly, that details are hard to make out.
Logan (7th, female) Jan 2011- Emily, mom-she says she really felt like an artist!




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