Your class will be writing ONE group paragraph(s) for the story (not each student). The first class will write the intro paragraph(s). Then the next class will read the paragraph(s) and decide how they want to continue the story. This will continue until the last class on the list writes the ending and gives the story a title. Your paragraph(s) will be typed onto this Wiki page. You will also need to send (email as .jpg) the 3 pictures to your Teacher Leader. The pictures should illustrate events in the section that your class wrote.

Please visit the Instructions Page for more information.

Please add your information to the chart. This way your classes can "see" where the story is traveling and have a chance to actually "meet" some of the students who collaborate on their story.


Teacher Leader:Kelly Raggo

Teacher
Grade
Contact Information
School
Location
Due Date
Check When Finished
Kelly Raggo
K
kraggo@oda.edu
Out of Door Academy
Sarasota, FL
October 29
complete :)
Catherine Spivital




November 5
complete
Wendy Lee
K
wendy.lee@hongwanji.us
Skype name: hongwanjimissionschoolk1
Hongwanji Mission School
Honolulu, Hawaii
November 12
complete
Nicole Rickert
K
nicole.rickert@fsd145.org
Jones Farrar Magnet School
Freeport, IL
November 19
complete!





December 3


Title: "Blueberry Waffles"
Start your story here:

One beautiful sunshiny day, some children were playing outside in the green grass. They saw flowers blooming in the garden. Trees reached for the bright blue sky. And colorful rainbows shined up high. Then they saw trouble. Smoke was billowing out of the window at Ms. Wuzzygump’s house. “Quick…call 9-1-1!” they yelled.

The firefighters came to Ms. Wuzzygump's house right away. It turned out Ms. Wuzzygump was in her kitchen making waffles for all of the children's breakfast that morning. Ms. Wuzzygump invited the children to come inside to eat. As they were eating their blueberry waffles they heard a strange pounding noise coming from the basement. They all looked at each other in surprise!!

"Who could be down there?" asked the children. They were so scared and couldn't eat any more waffles until they could solve this problem. They lined up quietly and walked down the stairs to the basement. To their amazement, there were 12 rabbits running all around. "How did the rabbits get in my basement?" asked Ms. Wuzzygump. "I didn't open any windows or doors."


Ms. Wuzzygump and the children searched for clues. "Look!," said one of the children while pointing to a hole in the basement floor, "The rabbits must have dug a hole?!" Ms. Wuzzygump scratched her head in amazement and declared, "Why would they have dug a hole?" The children looked at each other surprised. "Maybe they smelled the blueberry waffles," said a little girl. So Ms. Wuzzygump went upstars and returned quickly with a plate of waffles. The rabbits ate them all up and hopped back through the rabbit hole!