by Jessica Barbaria, 826NYC
In this lesson, students dive into the many forms bullying can take, create scripts and role-play bullying scenarios, and reflect…
by Jekaya, 826 Boston
A student reflects on what it takes to stand up to bullies and speak up for others.
by Mohamed F., 826 MSP
This poem uses descriptive language to leave the reader clues about the animal it is depicting.
by Aiden Spence, Grade 3, 826NYC
This poem describes all of the reasons why green is the best color.
by Zaid Rodriguez, 826 Valencia
This story immerses the reader in sensory details to tell the tale of what lies behind a mysterious door.
by Girod, 826 New Orleans
This celebratory poem uses similes to list all of the things the writer loves about themself.
by Yasmeen W, Grade 3, 826 Valencia
In this descriptive short story, a student overcomes their fear of turning on their video.
by Kayla, 826LA
This author reflects on an act of kindness to someone in need.
by Alex, 826michigan
Percy Jackson’s story retold—in a single tweet!
by Faisa, age 9, 826 MSP
This poem writes from the perspective of a Prairie Shooting Star flower, detailing a day in its life.
by Natalie, 826 Valencia
A recipe for how to create a legendary rapper.
by Alfredo Enriquez-Aguilar, 826 Valencia
Have you ever wanted to care for a dragon? This poem teaches you how.
by Jude, 826michigan
A student describes life in the future, complete with 3-D pens and hologram television!
by K.M., 826DC
In this piece, a student describes the challenges of being a superhero and reflects on their power to shine.
by Yarely, 826michigan
A poem about grandma. English and Spanish versions included.
by Aanya K., Grade 3, 826 LA
In this set of diary entries, a student explores what makes a villain.
by Winta, 826DC
A concise but essential list of survival tips in the event of a sweet disaster.
by Angel Flores Vazquez, 826 Valencia
This poem illustrates the effectiveness of descriptive language.
by Sebastian, 826 Valencia
In this story, a student finds a surprise within a Takis bag and makes a wish for a dream school.
by Keila S.O., 826michigan
An “I Am From” poem about growing up in Detroit.
by Johny, 826 LA
A riveting interview with Godzilla, Superman, and Dragonbolt—a cast of characters that will try to outdo one another before this TV special is up.
by Ciaran, 826NYC
A creative field guide to a Mourning Cloak butterfly who lives in New York City.
by Lina, 826 Valencia
A mischievous recipe calling for 3 tablespoons of candy, 10 gallons of not laughing, and 100 gallons of mother.
by Sherilyn, 826LA
A story about what to do when one witnesses bullying.
by Felix E., 826 Valencia
A student's fear is conquered after a startling discovery.
by Clara, 826 Valencia
A detailed design for a new school that students would love, complete with outdoor spaces for tennis and ice-skating!
by Alyssa, Kevin, Gustavo, Jocelyn, and Gabriel, 826LA
In science class, Victoria the Manticore makes fun of Carla the Witch for using magic, and a few bystanders step in to take a stand against bullying.
by Lukas, 826 New Orleans
A student challenges the existence of Confederate monuments in New Orleans and builds the case for a monument to The Houma Nation instead.
by Kevin, 826LA
A letter from the author to the author on appreciating both the unconventional and conventional parts of oneself.
Armani, 826 New Orleans
A poem about the magic of bath time.
by Charlie, 826michigan
A very scientific retelling of why dinosaurs went extinct.
Raven, 826 New Orleans
You guessed it—an ode to cookies.
by Ehmely, 826CHI
A crucial missive for anyone playing a high-stakes game of "Hide and Seek".
by Fatima, 826michigan
A list poem about a beautiful room and a beautiful family in both English and Spanish.
by Alexa, 826michigan
A poem that tastes like pepperoni pizza.
by Madhav, 826michigan
In this short epic, a pig and a snail pilot a NASA rocket and bring breaking news back to New York City.
by Abdikabir, age 8, 826 MSP
This poem uses the 1st person point-of-view to show what life looks like for a timber rattlesnake.
by Zoe Gomez, 826 New Orleans
Through a series of questions, this poem asks what if the world was different.