2016 Neuroscience for Kids Poetry Contest Winners

Congratulations to Nathan and Deka of The Phoenix Rising School for being among the winners of the University of Washington’s 2016 Neuroscience for Kids Poetry Contest. Every year UW’s Neuroscience Department holds a writing or drawing contest for children. This year they were calling all poets in grades kindergarten through 12. Each age group had developmentally appropriate contest rules. For example, kindergartners did not have to rhyme while sixth graders were asked to submit a haiku. Many of our students participated and everyone’s work was beautiful.  kAmkDA2?ms6@?8 E96 H:??6CD 7C@> 2 E@E2= @7 cfg 6?EC:6D] k^DA2?mk^Am kAmkDA2?ms6<2 E6==D FD[ “%9:D 😀 E96 7:CDE 4@?E6DE x C62==J H@?] xE H2D 7F? 3642FD6 x 4@F=5?’E E9:?J 3C2:? H:E9[ 3FE E96? x E9@F89E @7 2 =:@?] p?5 =:@?D 62E DEF77 2?5 >J 3C2:? 62ED…

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