Classroom Poetry Workshop Option B

Classroom Poetry Workshop Option B -

Includes individual student poetry page for all participating students....

Students receive their own poems only. Each poem is set in a Designer Poetry Page and encased in a plastic protective sleeve.

Sample Designer Poetry Pages


  1. Original MyStoriesAndPoems designs.

  2. Student bylines beneath titles.

  3. As many as three different Designs may be selected throughout the class.

  4. Pages are printed on heavyweight paper and covered with sheet protectors.

  5. Poetry pages are worthy of framing during class or at home projects.

  6. These pages also make great gifts.

  7. FEES:

    Up to 35 students = $4.00 per Designer Page + $35.00 Theme-Story fee.

    For workshops consisting of more than 35 students and to get started with this program option, please contact for fee totals as well as scheduling and answers to your questions.

    When combining classes, please remember to anticipate additional workshop time and to add $25 per additional workshop day to your fee calculation if the combined class student total exceeds 35. Student count overage fees for this Option is $4 per additional student.

    Contact for scheduling and answers to your questions.

    Please Note: Lecture fees are due at the end of the first lecture. All other fees are due at the time MSAP delivers workshop related end products. Please make checks payable to for in-house workshops. All others remit payment to PayPal. Thank you.

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* Teachers seeking to combine classes for this program, please anticipate additional workshop time and add $25 per additional workshop day to your fee calculation if combined class total brings the total student count above 35. Per student count overage fees are determined by the Program Option selected above. Thank you.

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