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Stevens Institute of Technology

 
Literacy and Literature - Publishing for a Global Audience

Supplementary Resources

Student Publishing web sites:
  • Acrostic Poems - Frequently updated. Browse for subject ideas
  • CRUNCH: Write an art (book, movie, CD) or technology (Video game) or submit a poem to this online 'zine run by the National Center for Education Statistics
  • Cyber Fair- Grades 3-6. Students showcase their science projects.
  • Environmental Art and Poetry Gallery
  • Fern's Poetry Club: Submit a poem - Run by PBS
  • Kidscribe - Bilingual site. Accepts a wide variety of writing, including jokes.
  • Kids who Read: Nominate a book, write a book report, and vote on the book of the month.
  • Mama Lisa's World - Accepts songs and nursery rhymes. Stands alone as a good multi-cultural resource.
  • MOMA Art Safari - Students submit their own pictures and stories based on selected exhibits such as paintings and sculptures
  • Story Book: Monthly stories, picture prompts, and international folk tales
  • Write Me A Story: Submit a story or vote on the weekly submissions
  • Young Writer - International magazine featuring writing of children 5-15.
  • ZuZu - Accepts submissions on a wide variety of topics.

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