Tag Archives: Wordplay

Kids, teens can join our writing clubs

Do your children love to write? If so, Mentor Public Library has the perfect club for them—two actually. Our Write On club is for teens. It meets on the third Monday of every month at our Main Branch. They use different … Continue reading

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Wordplay Writing Club pens poems for National Poetry Month

Our Wordplay Writing Club celebrated National Poetry Month by penning their own poems. They wrote rhymed poems, as well as: concrete poems, (also known as shape poetry,) where the poetry fits into a shape like a dog, firetruck or the silhouette … Continue reading

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Wordplay goes where the music takes them

It’s funny how one song can inspire so many different reactions. Wordplay—our writing club for kids—listened to music and used the songs to inspire different scenes during their meeting this month. For example, they listened to a piano playing “Carol of the … Continue reading

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Our Wordplay Writing Club Tries Na-No-Wri-Mo

Our Wordplay Writing Club is trying to compose a story together, and it’s more creative than linear. They use storytelling dice with a different suggestions on each face, so every roll adds a new element to the story So far, … Continue reading

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Wordplay Writing Club goes natural

Sometimes the best place for a writer to find inspiration is outdoors. That’s where our Wordplay Writing Club went Wednesday. They visited our Read House yard and wrote in nature journals like John James Audubon, William Thoreau, and Walt Whitman. … Continue reading

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