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FREE - Looking for a quick and easy way to get your students loving poetry this month? Download these FREE discussion questions and activities to get your students into poetry month!

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from Proud to be Primary

Poem of the Week Activities

Do you teach poetry in your primary classroom? We read and learn a poem of the week and complete tons of activities to help build fluency and word knowledge. Children love to read these weekly poems and yours will too! Check out this post and grab a few FREE poems for your classroom.

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Tonight, my husband shared with me a poem that he found on Facebook.  A poem that made me cry.  A poem that gave me a renewed joy for the little things in life.  I hope you'll enjoy it too! Danniel J. Lennax is the author of this heartfelt poem.

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from Create Dream Explore

Poem of the Week: How I Use it in My Classroom and a Back to School Freebie!

Check out this free Back to School poem of the week!! What a great idea to use poetry to help build fluency and decoding skills.

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from Teachers Pay Teachers

Dissect a Poem: Complete Anatomy of Poem Activity EDITABLE

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from Create Dream Explore

Poem of the Week: How I Use it in My Classroom and a Back to School Freebie!

Use a poem of the week for shared reading and then add it to poetry folders so students can access them during read to self or read to someone. Great follow up activities for word work, writing, and reading comprehension.

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from The Literary Maven

The Literary Maven

Looking for new poetry for your middle school and high school students? These 30 poems, recommended and tested by secondary ELA teachers in their own classrooms, are sure to engage and inspire your students during National Poetry Month or any time of year.

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