Here's another example from my adult students sharing poetry with young people in my "learning from my students' students" series.
We're looking at how they interacted with You Just Wait: A Poetry Friday Power Book using each PowerPack to see how young writers responded.
Here, Gena got the students involved in PowerPack 9 of You Just Wait and they had fun with "found" poetry.
First, she tried the PowerPlay activity with students-- making paper airplanes since the anchor poem references making paper airplanes in English class.
Then Gena created an original digital poem postcard for the "anchor" poem by Virginia Euwer Wolff:
Then, she shared the response (found) poems the students wrote in relation to the mentor text poem.
Finally, Gena also recommended additional resource books on found poetry and on flight.