With our guest speaker Adrian Molina (whose artist name is Molina Speaks), we played with Black Out Poetry. I had seen this on Instagram and on the walls of our campus, but I had never played around with Black Out Poetry myself. I loved it! I love the idea that words don’t belong to the person who put them on the paper. I love that you can make art with words, be inspired to be creative in a safe place, and turn something that was someone else’s into yours. It was such a fun activity, and the kids really got into it as well. As Adrian was leaving, he asked if anyone wanted more pages to play with, and most every student took more pages.