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Free poetry book and posters to help you students learn important terms. Great for learning centers.
This middle school poetry unit with poetry lessons, writing activities, reading activities, and analysis uses middle grade and young adult verse novels to teach students poetry, poetry terms, and poetry analysis in a way that pushes them to read and write about verse novels during independent reading and verse novel book clubs and literature circles.
Ashley Stephens saved to My 6th Grade Classroom!
I love poetry and I want to share how I break down my poetry unit and teach different poetic forms. The upper elementary and middle school years are a great time to dive in and get kids excited about poetry!
Starting to plan poetry month? a poetry unit? or prepping ways to sprinkle poetry in throughout the school year? It can be so time consuming to find quality resources for poetry instruction! These low prep
Kait Gumphrey saved to Teacher Fun
Have you ever done a Google search for "poetry ideas" to teach in your high school English classroom? Let me spoil those search results for you - THEY'RE LAME! Poetry, especially at the high school level, it too important to be treated as a coloring activity, or worse,
What are the best poems for kids to memorize? Read this to discover the 12 poems every child (and adult) should know by heart!
Jan Newberry saved to Teaching-poetry
Teaching poetry is so much fun and so easy to do when you have the necessary tools! I remember my first year teaching fourth grade, our writing curriculum had nothing for teaching poetry. Luckily, I have always loved to write, especially poems, so I developed my own Poetry Unit. It was incredible to see even […]
Kryz saved to Class Suggestions
Hello Everyone!! Happy April and Happy Poetry Month!! Poetry is one of the parts of our writing curriculum that I look forward to so much! We read, discuss, analyze, and even memorize poetry every week...poems that help to bring our curriculum to life. Kids love poetry. The tongue twisting words, the alliteration, the onomatopoeia, the fun language, the rhyme, the rhythm, and so much more. Teaching a social studies or science concept using fun poetry is the best! The kids keep all their…
Mandy ✎ saved to ✑ First Grade Writing