Blackout poems are a fun, simple, and creative way to expose students to poetry. How you adapt the lesson depends on the skill you’re covering. The options for how to incorporate blackout, or found poetry, are endless but the result is always the same — an engaged classroom and a concrete example of poetry basics you and your students can utilize throughout the year.
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My love of lettering INSTAGRAM FEED — full of hand-lettered designs, challenge entries, techniques, lettered quotes and more!
Build a Unique Wall Art Sign with Stuff you Can Find Around the House A balance of distressing techniques and industrial assemblage. This piece of DIY Wall Art has unique […]
I’ve written a few posts about my still evolving journey into the world of hand-lettering. As I continue my lettering journey I find that my passion for the creative possibilities it […]
BetterLettering Instagram Challenge — Posts and Entries
Flippin’ Furniture DIY Guide : Rustic Farmhouse Coffee Table
3 Design Ideas to Perk Up Your Front Porch For Fall We are about to undergo a major house renovation here at the classic, yellow, farmhouse. Before we begin the major […]
Flippin’ Furniture— Re-purposing DIY Project —- Rustic Farmhouse Coffee Table in warm cherry and white.
Creating hand-crafted assemblage art — letter magnets constructed from a variety of different materials and mediums.
Flippin’ Furniture DIY Project — an old dresser turned bright, yellow entertainment center and TV stand. Sanding + Priming + Painting + Poly @ www.TextileandType.etsy.com