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Miss Lowe May 10
Had some fun creating my own as examples for an activity on our open day tomorrow. Looking forward to seeing what the kids can come up with! (There’s a reason I’m not an art teacher)
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Nu Romantics 2h
Its The prompt today is from Moonstruck, the movie. Can't wait to see what you do! For the newbies, you simply black out all the words you don't want to use, leaving only words that make a poem of your unique discovery. ENJOY!
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Nu Romantics May 12
It’s time for I think folks know what to do by now. For the uninitiated, blackout the words you don’t want, creating your unique verse with words leftover. Have fun!
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Colleen Ludka May 10
What does science mean to you?
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Elena Stangherlin May 17
Final day with students working to develop theme and image in our poetry. They demonstrated a lot of growth this past month.
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Ms. Hand May 17
wrapping up the year with some creative
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Ruby May 17
Open your heart... When she recalled love and delight, she was unbelieving.
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Christina Henderson May 16
Everybody knows Miss Henderson hates a mess, but today we’re excited to turn this pile into some awesome, student created poetry!
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Christina Bucci May 11
For some Friday afternoon fun, we dabbled with black out poetry. I was so amazed at the creativity of my students! We can’t wait for poetry day!
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Kendra Le May 14
Ss inspired by Austin Kleon. I can’t wait to see the masterpieces they create.
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Miss Fluker's History Class 🦀 May 10
Replying to @bflukeredu
When is totally lit 🔥!
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Erin Smith May 10
A fun two days at our poetry workshop creating . Impressive artwork and well crafted poems! 🎨✏️
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Dana Fritzinger May 15
Love this lesson with 2G Ss. Thanks for the inspiration!
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Linda K. Sienkiewicz writes May 18
There is no hurry Let us have another pot of coffee With melted white sugar Tell me How the moonlight sparkles
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Geoff Pevlin May 11
My first ever attempt at . Taken from Iona Wishaw's "An Old Cold Grave" ()
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natalie fortunato May 13
Love love love these blackout poems created by 4th graders. Soooooo cool-a new take on the “found” poem. Thanks and
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Lauraine Cheesman BCA May 13
Once in a while a workshop comes along that literally gives me goosebumps with its power. This happened today with our workshop. Mums were asked to choose a random page from a selection of old books and to focus only on the words that spoke to them. Beautiful.
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Lanna E May 13
"Hawaiian cocktail party and champagne relaxed her and she hula hard"
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Kristy Christopher May 16
Loved this one. Writing to follow up. Creative students!
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Kat Shamash May 11
Card-making fun and blackout poetry using re-purposed text at . What a great way to spend a rainy afternoon!
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