by 826 National and Cartoon Network
Students write two stories focused on the power of inclusion with this downloadable, printable, DIY publishing kit.
by Aidan, 826michigan
A student reflects on how to bounce back from frustration.
by Anna K., 826CHI
This poem uses alliteration to discuss the narrator's pets.
by Kevin, 826LA
A letter from the author to the author on appreciating both the unconventional and conventional parts of oneself.
by Sabir, 826 MSP
In this shape poem, a student walks you through a typical day in her neighborhood.
by Alex, 826michigan
Percy Jackson’s story retold—in a single tweet!
by Yusuf, 826 MSP
In this resolution inspired by the "Include Someone" lesson and Cartoon Network storyboard, we learn how transformation and creativity can bring together friends.
by Jude, 826michigan
A student describes life in the future, complete with 3-D pens and hologram television!
Lanae, 826 New Orleans
A poem about giving and receiving love.
Kendall, 826 New Orleans
An ode to an animal friend.
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 Isaac, Grade 2, 826 Boston
A student learns that good things, like kindness, come full circle.
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 Amelia Alamgir, Grade 1, 826NYC
This poem uses repetition and sensory details to describe a trip to the botanical garden.
by Sherilyn, 826LA
A story about what to do when one witnesses bullying.
by Diego, 826CHI
This poem might be considered a metaphorical soundoff between a lion and a banana. Written in Spanish and English.
by Nathan A., 826DC
A story about reaching out to others.
by Donovan, 826CHI
In this resolution inspired by the "Include Someone" lesson and Cartoon Network storyboard, we learn how inclusion takes hard work and forgiveness.
by Natalie, 826 Valencia
A recipe for how to create a legendary rapper.
by Lina, 826 Valencia
A mischievous recipe calling for 3 tablespoons of candy, 10 gallons of not laughing, and 100 gallons of mother.