Thank you to Laura at Writing the World for Kids for hosting Poetry Friday.
This week my classes have been finishing up their poetry postcards for National Poetry Month. The variety is wide from haiku about biomes, Mandan Villages, and inspirational Black figures, it’s been great to watch them take shape. And they were submitted to the Young Poets’ Digest for possible publication.
Poetry Postcard Project. Still, time to sign up.
Are these great? They are almost ready to be mailed. Would you like one? There’s time to sign-up.
Thank you for offering this bit of poetic sunshine yet again — I have loved this for quite a few years now. Wonderful! xo
Look forward to my postcard every year. Is there a deadline for signing up for one?
This tradition will be missed next year if someone doesn’t continue, Jone. I love getting my postcard in the mail. Tell the students thank you!
I always love my poetry postcard, and I love that you give your students a real-world audience. A fabulous project!
I signed for my annual poetry postcard by your wonderful students, Jone. Thank you for always lifting up student voice.
What a feast of poetry! I still have the postcard from last year tacked to my board where I see it every day.
Wonderful idea for all involved–the students to share and the receivers, thanks Jone!
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