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Listen : Get an inside look at Harbor Me by listening to this brief conversation between author Jacqueline Woodson and her son, Jackson-Leroi. This conversation is excerpted from a longer interview — if you want to hear the whole thing, check out the audiobook version of Harbor Me! Draw a picture to represent one of the messages in this story.
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His father writes his own poetry, but he also mentions other poets such as Pablo Neruda. Talk about what you notice about Neruda. What does Neruda learn from an onion? How does he express this in a poem? Do you think Esteban and his Papi see the world like this, too? Find the area where you live right now.
https://unapemkluzar.cf What Native American group lived where you do now? Continue learning about this tribe. Do an internet search or look them up on the Native Languages of the Americas page for kids. Knit : You may have noticed that Holly often knits during their Friday afternoon discussions. Why not try your hand at knitting, too?
Have an experienced knitter teach your group how to get started or find step-by-step directions with a kid-friendly rhyme here.
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