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The “Looks Like” Game

The “Looks Like” Game

Free the imaginations of the most self-proclaimed “unimaginative’ kids with the “Looks Like” game.

Poem in Your Pocket Day

Poem in Your Pocket Day

Celebrate Poem in Your Pocket Day with favorite poetry book resources and hands-on activities!

Poetry links and resources

Poetry links and resources

As we continue celebrating National Poetry Month, I'd like to share a few more great (and free) online poetry links and resources with you. Poetry Links Poetry-Writing Workshop with Karla Kuskin - Children's poet Karla Kuskin helps children turn their words and ideas...

Experiencing poetry with children

Experiencing poetry with children

I'm excited to welcome Mystie Winckler as a guest blogger today as we continue celebrating National Poetry Month.  POETRY IS a wonderful component to add to our school days. It develops language patterns, listening skills, and complex thinking ability. Andrew Pudewa...

How to write a Christmas carol haiku

How to write a Christmas carol haiku

For a holiday twist on the traditional haiku poem, invite your children to use the familiar pattern to write a Christmas carol haiku.

Writing haiku poetry

Writing haiku poetry

Haiku poems capture a moment in a handful of words and celebrate the beauty of nature!

Simple words…

Life is fragile. Loss runs deep. An email this morning from my son-in-law's sister reminded me of this as she reflected on what would have been her little boy's first birthday. Stillborn, Brayden entered this world a year ago today. His short life has deeply impacted...

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