10 Poetry Resources | everythingjustso.org | Looking for resources for National Poetry Month? Here are ten to get you started!

10 Resources for National Poetry Month


Need a light? Use potato power! With this science experiment for kids, learn how chemical reactions take place between two dissimilar metals and how to create voltage. #ShellScienceFair

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Doggie Haiku Poems. For an easy and fun haiku activity, read Dogku by Andrew Clements. Then have students write their own doggie haiku poems and illustrate.

Doggie Haiku Poems


Write a silly "Never" poem with your kids to celebrate National Poetry Month!

"Never" Poems | Write a Silly Poem


Celebrate National Poetry Month with these free poetry printables & resources

Free Poetry Printables and Resources - Are We There Yet?


tongue twisters...alliteration. Love this! Maybe take a picture of the kids' faces and have the tongue attached to that?

The Teachers' Cauldron: Dr. Seuss Feet, Tongues, and Cats!


"Never" poems | What funny things would your kids "never" do? Let those ideas inspire them to write a silly poem.

“Never” poems | Write a silly poem


Poetry Cafe - this is a brilliant idea for any grade! A must do for next year!

Forever in First: Poetry Cafe


Poem Pocket Activity - kids can create their own poems using these cut-out words! {free printable from Scholastic Instructor}

Printable: Poem Pocket | Scholastic.com


Making Inferences with Poetry: Great Blog Post, with FREE resources!!!

Upper Elementary Snapshots: Making Inferences with Poetry


Corkboard Connections: Poetry Paintings

Poetry Paintings


This product focuses on the theme of "The American Dream." It includes the following:~The full poem from Langston Hughes- "I Too Sing America"~ The full poem from Walt Whitman- "I Hear America Singing"~ Annotation Strategies on the poem~PARCC Aligned/ Common Core Aligned Questions for "I Too Sing America~PARCC Aligned/ Common Core Aligned Questions for "I Hear America Singing"~Two Writing Promptsf you like this product, you would LOVE these products in my store:Figurative Language Handouts G...

The American Dream- Langston Hughes "I Too Sing America" and Walt Whitman


Fern's poetry club on PBS kids explains & gives examples of poetry types: narrative, limerick, haiku, free verse, cinquain, lyric.

Arthur . Games . Fern's Poetry Club | PBS Kids


This product introduces haiku poems, the syllable structure used to write them, a section where students think about the number of syllables in words and try writing their own haiku poem, as well as a worksheet where students rewrite incorrect haikus, and a fun group activity to support and practice student knowledge of the haiku line and syllable pattern.

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Making Books for Poetry Fun poetry.jpg (6k) Give your students interesting formats to present their poetry with simple book formats tailored to fit diffferent kinds of poems. This is not a workshop on writing poetry, but rather on creative formats to display poems such as diamante, acrostics, limericks, color poems, haiku, cinquain, and couplets.

Making Books with Children | About E-Books


Haiku Poems: Honing Our Haiku Skills FREEBIE by Right Down the Middle with Andrea

Haiku Poems: Honing Our Haiku Skills


A fun and engaging writing activity to use as a stand-alone, to include in your poetry unit, or to include in an integrated ELA and Science unit! Students review haiku formatting, read five original haiku poems about zoo animals, then write their own haiku about their favorite zoo animal. Perfect to integrate after a field trip to the zoo, mini-research projects, or a virtual field trip! Grading Rubric, Learning Objectives, and Common Core State Standards all included!

Haiku at the Zoo


3 Fun Games to Teach Haiku Poems to Kids

3 Fun Games to Teach Haiku Poems to Kids


Haiku tunnel books - really like this project!

Tunnel Books | TeachKidsArt


Haiku Poetry Freebie!: From my Poetry Unit Bundle!

Haiku Poetry Freebie!: From my Poetry Unit Bundle!


Fabulous in Fifth!: Paint Chip Poetry: similes, metaphor, sensory details.

Fabulous in Fifth!: Paint Chip Poetry


My Years, in Tree Rings - would be great as a poem in our art/poetry books

» Blog Archive » My Years, in Tree Rings


I used to do something like this with my bulletin boards as an RA, and they were usually a pretty big hit! Would be fun to try with the teens/tweens next year for National Poetry Month!

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Celebrate Poetry Month with HarperCollins Children's Books!

A Poetry Month Shelebration


Poetry Daily for Kids - keep a bucket of poems ready to give to your kids

Poetry Daily for Kids - Imagination Soup