3.22 {Whatever Wednesday}—chooseKIND wrist bands & a FalsePrince fan poem

Whatever Wednesday — a chance to post something I’ve seen that I’m diggin’. Though often a cool quote or poster, it might simply be a picture.

Enjoy!… and consider posting your own Whatever.


A couple weeks ago our chooseKIND wristbands from CCA Kids (Children’s Craniofacial Association) came in. (The CCA Kids site has put together a beautiful collection of Wonder-related links and information for students and teachers. Check it out.) Bunches of students ordered them—for themselves and for family members. I’m sure after seeing how cool they look (yes, they match the color of the book cover) you’ll want your own. They’re only $1, they come in youth size and adult size, and the shipping is free. Get in touch with CCA Kids at 800.535.3643 to order yours:

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As I was grading students’ poetry books, I came across Stephanie D’s poem that is based on Jen Nielsen’s The False Prince. We had a great time Skyping with her earlier in the school year, and when I shared the poem with Ms Nielsen, she asked if she could post it on her blog. Sure enough, here is the beginning… But that’s just a tease. You’ll have to click the picture to see the whole thing on her site:

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8 thoughts on “3.22 {Whatever Wednesday}—chooseKIND wrist bands & a FalsePrince fan poem

  1. David –
    I think I said before — save a band for me. I would like to wear it every day. It will be a reminder that we all have to bear up under “something” in our lives and work toward overcoming and victory. Looking at that band will be a great reminder.
    Dad

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