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Is My Brain Really Like a Sandwich? Writing Poems Using Similes with Tom Lips (Pre-recorded)

Tom Lips

Learn how to use similes as an engaging gateway to writing poetry in this easy to follow workshop for elementary students.

Grade Suitability4-7
Maximum Class SizeN/A
Time Required30-40 minutes
Material RequiredPen/pencil and paper
Language of InstructionEnglish

Tom Lips

Tom would like to share his writing experience and skills, and most of all the fun of creating poems, with young people – to inspire and be inspired by them. Tom has a Master’s degree in English Literature, has worked as an editor and writing tutor, and has been writing poems, songs and stories for over 40 years.

He has released four recordings of original songs, and his poems have appeared in The Fiddlehead, Descant, The Antigonish Review and other poetry magazines. He has contributed songs and song lyrics to several stage productions, and has performed as a singer-songwriter and storyteller in a variety of venues and festivals. Tom has led songwriting or storytelling workshops for the Canadian Authors Association, the Overbrook Community Association, Camp Au Grand Bois, and other organizations.

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