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Poetry Lesson... This would be a GREAT way for students to display a poem they have written - these would be beautiful hung on a Christmas poet-tree!

What a great way to display a variety of students work that is an interactive display .. by Squarehead Teachers: "inspiration in a box" class project display

"DEVIANT" ART EXAMPLES~ Beautiful, creative found poetry from discarded books. Great English and art project! Materials: Age-appropriate books to be destroyed markers highlighters

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Blackout Poetry

Teaching blackout poetry - 8th grade poetry block. If I ever for some reason teach upper grades I will do this.

All Hands In display in a 5th grade classroom. Kids told all about themselves using their hand shape and we hung it around the room. This really was a fun and easy project for the first week of school.

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“Never” poems

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

Snowball Fight...kids write 3 things about themselves on a sheet of white paper. They do not write their names on the paper. Wad it up and on your command, have a "snowball" (or baseball) fight. At the end of 1 minute, each student grabs the nearest snowball and tries to guess who wrote it. Ties in with "Power of One" for Agent of Change.

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Eight Reasons to use Exit Tickets in your Classroom

Lots of ideas and free items created to make using exit tickets easy ~ A great opportunity to see if students understand the day's lesson. Especially helpful for struggling students.

"Protestors" taking a stand for a cause. Their signs are "I am " poems written in the point of view of people who are passionate about a cause.

Foto's zijn vaak geschikt om leerlingen een (verklarende) tekst te laten schrijven. Wat is hier gebeurd? Waarom denk je dat?