Thursday, March 23, 2017

March 23rd - Conspiracy Theories?

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Welcome to the Logan School for Creative Learning's - March Slice of Life Challenge Blog! The Logan School is in Denver, Colorado and the students are in grades 6-8. This is the fourth year for Logan students to participate in the SOLSC (Slice Of Life Story Challenge)! Look in the comments to find the links to the students' blogs each day. Also, the sidebar of the blog has links to each blog. We are excited to begin these daily blogs and see where our writing takes us! Please read their blog posts and provide encouraging feedback in the comments section of their posts. Thank you in advance.

Each day, these posts will provide a prompt that can be used if inspiration is lacking. They can be used any day of the challenge. Below are thirty-one prompts that can be used or added to the "Heart Maps" that students created before the challenge began. Good luck and Happy Slicing!  See below for "The Code" and instructions!

Today's Prompt: If someone were to write a conspiracy theory about the events of your day, what would it be? #gabeleadsadoublelife

Here's the code to link up!
<a href="url">text</a> 

In the comments below:
1. Replace the url (keeping the quotation marks) with the link to your blog post. Make sure to go to the page of your blog post first before coping the address.
2. Replace text with the title of your blog post.

18 comments:

  1. Halfway Under:
    The screwiness of the subconscious.
    YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED THIS SLICE IS REALLY WEIRD

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  3. Snowshoeing!

    Also, if you missed yesterday's post, it was prewritten and I was unable to link up to foreseen circumstances.(But if you check the time stamp, IT WAS STILL DONE ON THE RIGHT DAY!!!!! I DIDN'T MISS A DAY I'M DOING THE CHALLENGE TO THE ENDDDDDDDDDDDDDD)

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    1. Also, G A B E L E A D S A D O U B L E L I F E

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