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  1. Parent & Afterschool Resources | Grades   3 – 5  |  Activity & Project
    Write "Moving" Sports Poetry
    We've all heard the expression "poetry in motion"-this activity gets children writing poems about grace and movement using photos of athletes.
  2. Parent & Afterschool Resources | Grades   K – 2  |  Activity & Project
    Write Summer Alphabet Books
    Show children a fun way to practice their ABCs using summer words in an alphabet book.
  3. Parent & Afterschool Resources | Grades   3 – 5  |  Activity & Project
    Write Theme Poems
    Use shape and theme poems, or poems that look like the things they describe, as a fun way to introduce children to poetry.
  4. Parent & Afterschool Resources | Grades   9 – 12  |  Activity & Project
    Writing a First Resume
    This activity will help teens create a professional resume that effectively presents their skills and talents to future employers.
  5. Parent & Afterschool Resources | Grades   K – 2  |  Activity & Project
    Writing and Math with Shopping Lists
    Children will use a variety of mathematics and literacy skills as they create shopping lists to use at the store to buy their favorite treats.
  6. Parent & Afterschool Resources | Grades   6 – 10  |  Activity & Project
    Writing Fanfiction
    Writing stories that imitate a certain genre or type of fiction allows children to explore a book they love by imagining new twists for their favorite characters and plot lines.
  7. Parent & Afterschool Resources | Grades   6 – 8  |  Activity & Project
    You Want Me to Buy What? Exploring Ads
    Tweens and teens are increasingly becoming the target of advertisers, so it is essential that they learn to think critically about how products are marketed to them.

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