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Marian Welch-Quigley
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  • Bellefonte, PA
  • United States
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Marian Welch-Quigley replied to Publishing Voice's discussion Enter our "Hoots & Howls" Halloween Poetry Contest Here! in the group Online Student Publishing
"Fifth grade poems"
Oct 21, 2010
Marian Welch-Quigley replied to Publishing Voice's discussion Enter our "Hoots & Howls" Halloween Poetry Contest Here! in the group Online Student Publishing
"Sixth grade poems"
Oct 21, 2010
Marian Welch-Quigley replied to Publishing Voice's discussion Enter our "Hoots & Howls" Halloween Poetry Contest Here! in the group Online Student Publishing
"7 Plump Pumpkins by Reyanne in 6th and Fall Surroundings by Kurtis in 5th grade."
Oct 20, 2010
Marian Welch-Quigley replied to Publishing Voice's discussion Enter our "Hoots & Howls" Halloween Poetry Contest Here! in the group Online Student Publishing
"More posting from across my district. 5th grade samples"
Oct 20, 2010
Marian Welch-Quigley replied to Publishing Voice's discussion Enter our "Hoots & Howls" Halloween Poetry Contest Here! in the group Online Student Publishing
"We are having a wonderful time with Fall poetry. Here are some of our best. With more to come. These are from second grade, third and sixth from top to bottom of the attachments."
Oct 20, 2010
Marian Welch-Quigley replied to Kelli Newlon's discussion Ideas in the group Using Writer's Notebooks
"Have you tried heart maps? They are more of a visual list. http://www.writingfix.com/genres/narrative_mentor_texts/How_to_write_life_story.htm Also the current lesson of the month has children listing fierce wonderings. I just tried this with a…"
Sep 10, 2010
Marian Welch-Quigley replied to martha dunham's discussion How to use notebooks for teaching response to literature etc...? in the group Using Writer's Notebooks
"For response to literature and informational writing I can see the notebook as being a place you teach them to write thought bubbles. The students could draw themselves and then thoughts about the literature or the informational writing. Also a…"
Sep 8, 2010
Marian Welch-Quigley replied to Corbett Harrison's discussion A "Shout out" to author Barry Lane!
"Barry Lane is a blessing to my writing classroom, I love using his You Tube posts to make lessons come alive."
Apr 21, 2009

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Reading and Writing 3-6

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At 8:12am on October 27, 2010, Corbett Harrison said…
Marian----this poem was selected as one of our 13 winners in our Halloween poetry contest. Congrats! Please contact me at charrison@washoe.k12.nv.us so we can take the next steps in publishing this poet at the WritingFix website!

Halloween
by Skyler, sixth grade poet

Orange, red, yellow, and purple,
Leaves come twirling down,
Slightly green and orange pumpkins,
Sit in every town.

Witches, zombies, ghosts, and goblins,
Lurk on every street,
Stealing candy from Trick-or-Treaters,
But that is all they eat.

Warty witches mixing yucky ingredients,
Purple eyeballs, infected fingernails,
Worm guts, into the pot,
But now I really have to go.
That pot, it stinks a lot!
At 7:54am on October 27, 2010, Corbett Harrison said…
Marian--this poem was selected as one of our 13 winners in our Halloween poetry contest. Congrats! Please contact me at charrison@washoe.k12.nv.us so we can take the next steps in publishing this poet at the WritingFix website!

7 Plump Pumpkins
by Reyanne, sixth grade poet

7 plump pumpkins
All in a row
1 by 1
Watch them go
Moldy and sticky
Gooey and icky
As the days go by
They start to die
7 dead pumpkins
All in a row
 
 
 

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