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  • Tracee Orman

    Free "Poem in Your Pocket Day" Printable #Poems to Celebrate Poetry #pocketpoem #poetrymonth

  • Tracee Orman

    Free download - Poem in Your Pocket Day Printable Poems to Celebrate Poetry

  • lepa

    Celebrate National "Poem in your Pocket Day" by offering students and staff members poems they can carry with them all day. (I'm going to print this, so students who forget their poem to present will still have a poem to carry with them. I'm so excited for tomorrow!)

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So cute and fun for Poem in Your Pocket Day! free download

Novel connections for Poem in Your Pocket day #pocketpoem

Show Me the Evidence strips: These have great evidence stems to help students cite specific evidence in their written responses/discussions.

This is a great resource for teaching poetry. It includes 25 different types of poetry. This meet standard 2.W.5 Production and Distriubution 5. with guidance and support from adults and peers on a topic and strengthen writing as needed by revising and editing. Although this is a third grade standard it can be adapted to other grade levels.

Complete Poetry Unit: 9 poetry types, 5 poetic devices, unit quiz, and more!

FREE! I have my students fill this out in the beginning of the year. Then when it is time to choose authors for read-aloud books, prizes for Students of the Month, colors for student awards or folders, etc., I look at students' favorites lists. I even take their lists with me when shopping for holiday goodies so I can choose things in their favorite colors. :) Enjoy!

One of the most difficult literary devices to recognize as well as convey is tone. Helping students to identify tone in literature can be daunting...

Poetry anchor chart that would be good for teaching and reinforcing poetry.

FREE!!! Olympics: Your students will be motivated to write an acrostic poem with this FREE fun Olympics graphic organizer!

FREE download - Poetry Activity Twitter-Style: Writing a Poetweet or Twaiku