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Thanks to all the teachers who submitted entries in our annual Notebook Metaphor Contest this year!  It was tough narrowing it down to four winners, but we did it.  Over October, I will be using these students' entries to inspire another Four-Metaphor Poem about Writer's Notebooks to post at the website.

To make sure these four great metaphors get seen by lots of students in classrooms across the globe, we are--once again--sponsoring a friendly little contest at Pinterest for these four winning metaphors.   If you are a member of Pinterest, you can "vote" for your favorite metaphor(s) by using the Pinterest link underneath each photo below.  Every "like" will earn the student a point, and every "re-pin" or "save" will earn the student two points.  Whichever metaphor has the most points by October 31, 2016, well, the student author of the metaphor will be sent a $25 Amazon Gift Card!

Here they are in no particular order; click the image or the link below the image to link to Pinterest and cast your vote(s):


6th grader Ella from Ms. Murray's classroom in Oregon compared her writer's notebook to a vein.  Click here to vote for this metaphor at Pinterest.

6th grader Shayna from Ms. Rosenthal's classroom in Pennsylvania compared her writer's notebook to a train.  Click here to vote for this metaphor at Pinterest.

7th grader Ali from Ms. Stein's classroom in Washington compared her writer's notebook to a dandelion field.  Click here to vote for this metaphor at Pinterest.

7th grader Emilia from Ms. Gruenhagen's classroom in Michigan compared her writer's notebook to a caterpillar.  Click here to vote for this metaphor at Pinterest.

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Comment by Julie Cypert on October 10, 2016 at 1:02pm

These are such creative writers.  I will share them proudly with my students.  Thank so enjoyed participating in this Writer's Notebook Metaphor Contest.    Julie Cypert

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