Dear Geeblegorp, How are you? We are so excited to be your new pen pals from Earth!Read More
that great leaps in learning can come from one-on-one attention, that building writing skills leads to success, and that young people have important things to say.
help students write their own paths forward—and have fun doing it. At risk for a zombie apocalypse? We've got a writing workshop lesson plan for that. Running for Kid President? We can help a student craft her winning platform. From the serious to the silly, we're ready to create with you.
with 826DC. From revising sonnets, exploring fractions, and illustrating centaurs to donating and spreading the word about 826DC, there are a ton of ways to help magic happen here.
Remembering Kurt Wimmer
Our dear friend and board member, Kurt Wimmer, cared deeply about young people in this community.
In the beginning, there was a little tree called Willow. He lived in a park near a little pond with other trees.Read More
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