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February 2014 Online Workshop Resources

This is on onging collection of resources from a series of six online workshops on a variety of topics: Community Building, Working with Early and Developing Literacy Students, International Connections, Poetry Writing, and Art. Downloadable handouts and video links. Read More...

What do I have to do?

Have your students create their own Dream Flags by April. Display them in your school or a public space. A Dream Flag is an original dream poem on fabric, attached to a line. Many participants study the dream poetry of Langston Hughes. Read More...

The Basics

In the Dream Flag Project, we are creating expressions of our dreams for people--our personal flags for the world we live in. The flags are connected together on lines for display in our communities--each flag an individual expression, collectively as lines of hope and of diversity. They were inspired by public displays of Nepalese prayer flags. There are only a few basics. Size and Shape The size and shape of each flag should be 8 ½ inches in width by 11 inches in height (22 cm width by 28 cm height). The flags will be hung vertically so it is best if they read that way. Read More...