Seeds for student writing. Write about what you love, about what you miss and about what you notice.
Last week I got to visit my friend Amy in Austin, Texas. It was my first time to Austin and I absolutely loved it. The music, the restaurants, Mozart's Coffee Shop along Lake Austin, a perfect spot for writing, and the roadside fields covered in bluebonnets. I also will not forget the "BBQ Gospel... Continue Reading →
Happy Spring! April is poetry month. A time to welcome poetry into your teaching. A time for opening windows, lingering sunshine, and seed planting in our journals. Here in South Florida, Springtime is in the flora and fauna. Today I noticed the Tabebuia chrysotricha tree standing tall in the parking lot of the library I go... Continue Reading →
Growing readers and writers in the classroom.— Suzy Brisson