Weigh Your Words will be part of the Washington International School’s Summer Institute for Teachers (WISSIT) in DC yet again this year. This is the third year the project will be in the library, this time with almost 1,500 stones, including some with new words from the Chambers of the Heart project/performance in November 2016. This is a link to the latest list.
As usual, I have to sort all the stones in advance (comparing the actual stones in the boxes to the current list), looking for duplicates and missing words. So far, so good, but no matter how careful I think I’ve been in the previous venue, something is always missing. So far, the only missing word is “cute”—I trust it will turn up in one of the boxes of words starting with letters later in the alphabet. If not, I have blank stones ready to fill in the missing spots.