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St. Louis author Amy E. Sklansky gives elementary students a peek inside the mind of a poet in this one hour videoconference from New Links to New Learning.
This distance learning program, available for students in grades second through fifth, is offered upon request (point-to-point) and on the following set dates (multipoint): Tuesday, April 22 (during National Poetry Month): 9:30; 10:45; 1:00 and Tuesday, May 4: 9:30; 10:45; 1:00. All times listed are Central. (If a second grade teacher would like to participate, the program would be shortened to 45 minutes and would not include the interactive poetry writing and would be scheduled point-to-point). The cost for the videoconference is $135 for New Links to New Learning members and $175 for non-members.
*from From the Doghouse: Poems to Chew On:
My tail won’t stop its wagging.
My rear end has an ache.
Back and forth and back and forth–
it never takes a break.
To sign up, click here.
Cleveland Metroparks Zoo: Jambo Means Hello
Center for Puppetry Arts: Plants
three NASA programs: Living and Working in Space (x2!) and Craters
National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum: Science of Baseball
Pro Football Hall of Fame: Media and the NFL
Lee Richardson Zoo: Home Sweet Home
Albany Institute of History & Art: The Civil War
NASA: Living and Working in Space
Up next week… more from the Baseball Hall of Fame and NASA, plus a connection with author Amy Sklansky!