UPDATE: We are finally catching up to our Reading Books and Writing Stories Program and guess what? We decided that Summer was too busy and not nearly long enough for all the fun we have in store! So Reading Books and Writing Stories will be a year-round feature. So we'll tease you with the 1st Writing Stories assignment for your journal --have you done yours yet-- get ready for Part #2.
Step into a library.
Look at all those books.
I M A G I N E
Each book represents
a person's story.
This week we invite you to find your story.
We'll take it step,
Step ONE:Look around you.Think about your life for a quick moment (or a long moment).
Step TWO:Answer this Question:What do you know to be true?
Step THREE:Write a list of ten thingsthat you knowto be true.
Step FOUR:Now, w a i t.Writing Stories: 10 Things You Know to Be True (Part #2) is coming soon.
If you feel inclined, feel free to share in the comments below --but feel free to keep them to yourself and enjoy letting your list wait. E.B. White let Charlotte's Web wait for an entire year, "I've recently finished another children's book, but have put it away to ripen (let the body heat out of it). It doesn't satisfy me the way it is and I think eventually I shall rewrite it pretty much." More on E.B. White's story coming soon, too!