Ivey Wohl reading with Colorado Poet Laureate David Mason

April Poem of the Day: Ivey Wohl

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4 Responses to Spoken Words: Poems from Ms. Garsoe’s 4th and 5th Grade Class for Poetry Month: Ivey Wohl

  1. Susan Garsoe says:

    I have been so lucky to have Noel Black as a parent in my classroom. The students are lucky too, to have their lovely words broadcast to the community.

    • Jennifer Meerpohl says:

      Susan,

      I just found out about this, is there any way to listen to the ones I have missed?

  2. For the gift of hearing children reading their own creative poetry, I send my appreciation to the students and teachers, Noel Black and David Mason, and KRCC.

  3. Noel Black says:

    Jennifer, if you click on the “poetry” tag just above the picture at the top of the post you’ll see all of them.

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