With kids

Hi everyone,

Today I’m with 550 K-2 students in Kirksville, Missouri public schools. Working with librarian Robyn Pasa and principal Ernest Motely we set a schedule that should keep everyone involved. Wish me luck.

8:30-9:00 K-2 Opening Assembly David Harrison will present an opening assembly where he will introduce himself, talk about being an author and give an overview of what he will be doing with each grade level later in the day.

9:10-9:40 Kindergarten Pod 1 Kindergarten Sound-Effects Presentation

9:45-10:15 2nd Grade Pod 1 Second Grade Memory-Based Writing Presentation

10:30-11:00 2nd Grade Pod 2 Second Grade Memory-Based Writing Presentation


12:10-12:40 1st Grade Pod 1 First Grade List Poems Presentation

12:50-1:20 1st Grade Pod 2 First Grade List Poems Presentation

1:25-1:50 Kindergarten Pod 2 Kindergarten Sound-Effects Presentation

2:00-2:30 Final Assembly David Harrison will end the day with an all-school assembly that recaps what was covered in the grade level presentations and features student demonstrations.

8 comments on “With kids

  1. Have a great day! Danny actually attended college in Kirksville his first semester, before transferring to UCM.

    • A new surprise! Didn’t know that about Danny. As we left town we drove by Truman and view the campus. I’d been there before at a lit fest but Sandy hadn’t seen it. Nice campus.

  2. I am new a writing, thanks David and all out there in writing land for all your good examples. Evangelist Kathleen Froode. Writer name Kathleen Froode

    • Hello, Kathleen, and welcome to the group of friends, writers, artists, teachers, librarians, and many others who make this blog a spot to visit. It’s a friendly place.

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