For the past several years, we’ve provided cut ‘n color poets for grown-ups, to take to work in July. Sometimes, kids borrowed them. And, over time, we heard from librarians and classroom teachers: “We want kids to have the chance to take these to school.” But nobody wanted to go to school in July!
So. Welcome to Take Your Poet to School Week, in April—the perfectly fun way to kick off National Poetry Month, which we think should be one of the most creative months of the year (and maybe one of the most amusing months—chickens included. 🙂 )
Save the Dates
For 2018, Take Your Poet to School Week will happen April 2-6, capped off by Poet in a Cupcake Day on the 6th.
How to Celebrate in 2018
We’re cooking up a week’s worth of celebration ideas that could probably be extended to the whole month, so watch this space for:
• a shareable infographic with celebration ideas
• shareable social media graphics for Take Your Poet to School Week, so you can easily connect with others online who are celebrating
• a special downloadable and printable coloring book, featuring our classic cut ‘n color collection, plus new poets this year that are especially geared towards kids
• our downloadable and printable coloring page poems
Kids Using Our Cut-n-Color Poets!