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Often when I mention poetry during a workshop, at least one teacher laments, “I would love to do more poetry with students, but there’s so much else to teach in my curriculum!” What I try to encourage (and I’m often … Continue reading

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thedailylaughs: Even broken things can still be beautiful. [via]

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gymlibrarian: iworkatapubliclibrary: At the #alamw14 exhibit hall. I want this!

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exploratorium: Marble Machines is an essential @Tinkering Studio activity, and an excellent means to learn about gravity, momentum, and the creative potential of your recycling bin. Interested in making one at home? A trip to the hardware store should get … Continue reading

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These literary gardens are amazing! I think some of these ideas could transfer to libraries … but where to start?? so many great ideas! Animal Gardens – Bookworm Gardens

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Seurat, pointilism, and the blend of art & science at tonight’s Wonderworks STEAM storytime @Westerville Library.

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mugglenet: NESCom adapts “The Tale of the Three Brothers” into short live-action film! A group of students at the New England School of Communication in Maine is creating a short live-action film adapting JK Rowling’s “The Tale of the Three … Continue reading

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