The graphic below illustrates the rulers of Israel, the years of their reign, how well they reigned and the passages in the Bible where their stories are told. The graphic also forms a subtle cross which is a picture of the earthy kingdom foreshadowing the coming King. Kings-of-Israel-web-682x1024.png (682×1024)
Good explanation of Haikus for my older kids. In April, the whole front of my circulation desk becomes a poetry wall. I buy cheap decorative post-its from target and the kids are allowed to write a poem on them and stick it to the wall. At the end of the month we host a poetry night and students can read one of those poems!
No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin,or his background, or his religion. People must learn to hate,and if they cna learn to hate, they can be taught to love, for love comes more natutally to the human heart than it's opposite- Nelson
"Mother to Son" Poem Activities - perfect for your middle school poetry unit, figurative language lesson, Black History Month, Harlem Renaissance study, or even Mother's Day! Analyze metaphors and figurative language in one of Langston Hughes' most beloved poems with this easy-to-use graphic organizer.