A Word of the Year–Choose One of Your Own
Posted by lindamartinandersen on January 6, 2015
Laura Purdie Salas is another great poet I know. Today, she shares one of her traditions for starting each new year. She chooses a word and “embraces” its meaning all year. See more here: http://www.laurasalas.com/blog/for-teachers/word-of-year-2015/
Parents, teachers, and kids: If you’re looking for poems and activities about poems, check out Laurie Purdie Salas’ collection called 30 Painless Classroom Poems on her webpage. I recently bought a book of poems and activities based on fairy tales called Fairy Tale Garage Sale: Poems of After Ever After. Check it out here: http://www.laurasalas.com/poetry/poetry%20books/30pcp_fairytale.html
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