Your Teeth Feel Like a Road: Writing with Children, in the Classroom and Out with Elizabeth Kerlikowske
Registration is now open for this workshop (below). There are 14 seats available (limit 30 seats).
Children love to write. The environment around them helps determine their success. Let this
experienced educator and poet lead attendees through some no-fail exercises and discuss what works
with kids and what doesn’t. Hands-on activities with hand-outs. Things you can do in class the next day.
Appropriate for: Parents and teachers of elementary and middle school and kids themselves.
This event is FREE and open to the public.
Bio: Kerlikowske has been a poet and teacher for 20 years. She has taught Writing for the Elementary
Classroom at Western Michigan University and Kellogg Community College and has written Before
The Rain, a book of children’s stories Her writing was published by Guideposts for Kids and New
Moon: A Magazine for Girls. She helped establish Friends of Poetry and their annual competition for
young writers called “Poems that Ate Our Ears.”
Location: Upjohn Library Commons room 305, Kalamazoo College
Date(s) - Saturday, April 16, 2016
9:30 am - 10:30 am
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