In honor of National Poetry Month, happening in April, I am reposting a mighty blog to help set the mood.
Make a Poem at Home, from author, Pamela Hobart Carter, shares eleven lessons on writing poetry with children and families…or anyone of any age. She’s added several new lessons since my original post, so it’s a must read.
Gather your family, some pencils and paper, and click this link: https://playwrightpam.wordpress.com/make-a-poem-at-home-poetry-lessons-for-covid-times/#like-841
My challenge is to involve the whole family in the process of poetry writing. There is no wrong way to write a poem!
My hope is to encourage some family writing FUN…reciting, and sharing poetry all April long! I welcome families to share their created works in the comments below, and/or in your own social media!
Check back throughout April, for shared poetry in the comments below, as well as new posts celebrating National Poetry Month, and Poem in your Pocket Day!
Happy Writing (because at least you’re writing),
Celaine Charles, March 28, 2021
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Pamela Hobart Carters poetry chapbook:
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