Teacher
School
Grade
Level

Location
Email
Skype
Twitter/Other Info
Due Date
Did you
post your
section of
the story?

Mrs. Jessica Hegg
Horace Mann
1
West Allis, WI, USA
heggj@wawm.k12.wi.us


March 20
YES
Deb Marines
Park Hills
K
Hanover, PA, USA
deb_marines@swsd.k12.pa.us
team113

April 3
Yes
Blanca L. Cardona (Class 6)
John Haley
K
Irving, Texas, Dallas
bcardona@irvingisd.net

JHaleyBulldogs
April 10
Yes
Lois Smethurst
(Class 11)
Berwick Lodge Primary School
1
Berwick, Victoria, Australia
smethurst.lois.la@edumail.vic.gov.au
lois.smethurst
loisath
April 17
yes
If you would like to share information about you: email address, Skype name, Twitter name, etc., please feel free to add it to the chart. Some teachers mentioned that they would like to actually "meet" some of the students that work on their story.

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 me. The pictures should illustrate events in the section that your class wrote. Illustrations can be drawn and photographed or created using a computer program such as Kidpix.

Go to Instructions Page.



Start your story here:
The Missing Pot Of Gold

Once upon a time there was a leprechaun named Jerry. One day he went for a walk in the woods. He stopped to take a swim and he set his pot of gold by the water. When he finished his swim and got out of the water his gold was gone. He tried to find it.

Jerry looked everywhere in the woods. Jerry looked up. Jerry looked down. Jerry looked all around!
He went back into the water because he thought it fell in the water. He was so surprised when.....

A big brown bear was walking on the border of the river and saw the shiney gold pot. He liked it and took it with him to put his honey inside. Jerry, the leprechaun, didn’t see the bear, but where he left his pot of gold, he saw big paws on the ground. So, he followed them to figure out what happened to his pot. The paws lead him to a cave where he saw bright shining rays…

Jerry crept into the cave and saw a pile of gold – his gold! He looked up and was so surprised to see the big brown bear with his paw in the pot. The bear had filled the pot to the top with sticky honey. The bear looked at Jerry the Leprechaun and quickly said, “You can have all the gold. I only wanted the beautiful gold pot for my honey.”
“That’s OK,” said Jerry the Leprechaun. “I have plenty more gold pots at the end of every rainbow.” He gathered up all the shiny gold and headed home.