Second Grade Poetry

In my last post, I featured kindergarten students and a fifth grade students via a podcast, broadcasting our morning radio show.    This week, I would like to showcase second grade students from Ms. Sheridan’s room, reading their own poetry and showing illustrations of that poetry.  The work was part of the gallery walk, a culminating activity for Black History Month.  The presentation is beautiful  and the children’s voices evoke quite an emotional response  to their words.  The charcoal drawings feature seven year old perceptions of a slice of life during slavery.  Click here to see the project.     Thank you to Mrs Sheridan, Ms. Dyson and the students of 215.

Published in: on March 22, 2010 at 2:21 pm Comments (0)

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