Spreading My Wings (and Calling All Parents!)

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Calling all parents (or grandparents) with elementary aged kids!

You love your kidlings. 
They love to write.
Help give them wings,
so their words can take flight.

I’m blessed to be part of a new poetry education endeavor with my wildly talented friend and homeschoolin’ mama, Jen Reyneri. This is a great way to keep your kids writing, learning and busy during the hot summer months ahead.

Click here to check it out! The first lesson’s FREE!
(Give your child the gift of being the Poem!)
And if you’re a fellow poet with a blog, be sure to check out our Affiliate Program!

 

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8 Responses to Spreading My Wings (and Calling All Parents!)

  1. with one long breath says:

    1) Awesome.
    2) You misspelled “curriculum” in your banner at the top.

  2. Kylie says:

    ALSO—haystack rock!!! Are you in Oregon?

    • whimsygizmo says:

      I’m in Southern Nevada, near Vegas, but Cannon Beach, Oregon is one of our favorite places on the planet. That’s a photo from our 12th anniversary. 🙂

      • Kylie says:

        It’s lovely! I was just there with my cousin a few weeks ago.

        Funny that you’re in NV. I work with the chapter of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America there. Now I want to recruit you 😉

  3. Well, my little one is just finishing kindergarten and just now at that exciting time where she is really starting to read. I’m not sure she’d be quite ready for this, but I did sign up for the free sample. What a great idea!

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