by Ellen Fee, 826 MSP
Students will learn about endangered species, how animals become endangered, and then write either a poem or a story about a day-in-the-life about an endangered animal of their choosing.
by Erin Ruane, 826 New Orleans
In this lesson, students are challenged to reevaluate the way water and land are represented on a map.
by Brandan Pierce, 826michigan
In this project, students explore poetry as a way of explaining and defining the world around them via the people, places, and events that make up their life.
by Jayne Kennedy, 826LA
Gather students around the metaphorical campfire to craft a brochure for an Nature Preserve on another planet, complete with crazy critters, plant life, unique geological formations, and park history
by Saiya Miller, 826 New Orleans
Students will collect dirt, map their neighborhood, and listen to music that explores low sound, depth of soil, and the psychological landscape of New Orleans.
by Ada Limón
This poetry prompt from Ada Limón invites students to consider a personal connection to an animal.