Disney Extra Credit - Fall 2013 - (Page 48)

poetic license brought to you by the oh my disney blog Looking for a unique way to interject some creative wordplay into the classroom? These Disney-inspired acrostic, diamante and haiku poems are just a few examples of how your students can use their imagination to create poetry about any subject matter. Think of all the interesting applications this could have in your classroom! R eally long hair A ll we can think about is how long it is P retty much, it’s very distracting U nusually pretty and smooth N ot full of knots at all Z ero knots to be found E veryone should look to her for hairstyle tips L ots and lots of golden hair Stitch, troubled, experimental drooling, tormenting, slobbering alien, coffee, spaceship, ugly duckling lost, surfing, loving cute, fluffy ‘ohana Cinderella, beautiful, kind sweeping, cleaning, dreaming glass slipper, clock, gown, carriage believing, wishing, dancing determined, strong princess Sebastian chill please You are not going to be Turned into stuffed crab 48 | N extra credit Tigger,s the only one! Bouncing is what he does best Fun Fun Fun Fun Fun

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Disney Extra Credit - Fall 2013

Disney Extra Credit - Fall 2013
Walt Disney, Educator
Career Spotlight
A Touching Reunion
Engineering for Today
Career Spotlight
Research and Storytelling
Center Stage
Disney Dreamers Academy
The Path to Newsies
Creativity in the Classroom
Educational Field Trips
Inspiring Through Theatre
Festival Disney Turns 10
New Learning Opportunities
The Visual Musicians
Beyond the Bright Lights
Music Education Excellence
Focus on the Future
Poetic License
Spotlight On: The Disney Honors
Disney Performing Arts Alumni
Mickey’s Education Adventure
Disney Performing Arts Opportunities
Disney Youth Education Series Opportunities
Students Get the “Scoop”
The Fundamentals of Finance
Advertisers and Thank You
Travel Planner Honors
Mickey’s Mind Teasers

Disney Extra Credit - Fall 2013