Friday, May 06, 2011

School Poetry Wiki



I've been working all April on gathering poetry from around the school where I am a Library Media Specialist. (Click the image above for a direct link). I've pulled projects and examples of student work from each grade and used a wide variety of apps and tools to showcase what the kids are doing. It's been a lot of fun and I am really proud of their range of work. Take a look at pre-k poetry, kindergarten's creative response to Christina Rossetti poems, first grade haiku, second grade wordle words clouds of poems, and original poems from students in the older grades. There are also a couple short animoto videos of authors George Ella Lyon and John Steven Gurney, our visiting authors over the last two years. If you have a (free) wikispaces account you can leave a comment on the discussion pages. My students would love to hear your positive, encouraging feedback!

Friday Poetry round up is hosted at Family Bookshelf today. Love your Mother & enjoy a great weekend of poetry and springtime!

7 comments:

Tabatha said...

I see why you're proud! What a fantastic project!

George Ella Lyon said...

Thank you for posting such sweet words--and the video--about my visit.

I love your blog! Poems, prose, and photos. So alive!

It's finally quit raining in Kentucky and I have just hung out the wash. Always glad to bypass the dryer in the basement and look up at the sky.

Andromeda Jazmon said...
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Andromeda Jazmon said...

George Ella you are on the ball!! LOL I was just going to email you about the video and link but you beat me to it. It was so lovely to have you come work with the kids. Hope your weekend is sunny!

Mrs. Smith said...

Wow...so much to read and enjoy and marvel at! This is inspiring...now you've got me thinking about using these ideas with my sixth graders.

Mary Lee said...

What a fabulous site you put together! And the students' work is SUPERB!

Andromeda Jazmon said...

Mrs. Smith & MaryLee, thank you for these encouraging words. It was fun pulling it all together!