The 100 poems of “Featherdusting the Moon” by Troy Cady exhibit a sense of play, accompanied by a sense of wisdom and humility.
In “Winter Stars,” a trio of 10-minute plays, Sonia Barkat uses a few characters and simple narratives to tell powerful stories.
Come learn the secrets of being a deep reader with author Megan Willome as she tackles a mystery. And share your September pages for our monthly Reader, Come Home column.
Join author Callie Feyen as she explores what the beginning of a dream looks and feels like. From the perspective of a Detroit Tigers game.
Author Laura Brown recounts how a friendship grows through wordplay — a private version of words with friends — for Tweetspeak Poetry’s Friendship Project.
Instead of asking whether you’ll succeed, what if you asked yourself, “Would I like to try?” It might lead to less worry and more play. And more poetry.
“Murder in the Cathedral” by T.S. Eliot, written and produced in 1935, was one of the last verse plays written for the stage. It is also oddly contemporary.
Literacy specialist Callie Feyen says the best way to help children write is first to listen.
Through constructive block play—which is actually a form of story-making—children use their hands and bodies to build their minds.
Building toys allow children opportunity for unscripted play which leads to language and creativity development. Monica Sharman shares 4 reasons your child needs building toys.
Play-Doh prevents violence? Yes, if it’s part of play. Use it in your English Teaching and create a better world.
English teaching resources that include legos? Yes. That lego could earn you big money someday. Go ahead, play.