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Teaching students to understand poetry does NOT need to be a challenge. Click through to see the seven steps that break it down and make it manageable. These seven steps will work great for your 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th grade classroom or home school students. Use this for Literature lessons, a poetry unit, during National Poetry month in April, for test prep, and much more. {third, fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh, eighth graders - upper elementary and middle school approved!}

Teaching students to understand poetry does NOT need to be a challenge. Click through to see the seven steps that break it down and make it manageable. These seven steps will work great for your 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th grade classroom or home school students. Use this for Literature lessons, a poetry unit, during National Poetry month in April, for test prep, and much more. {third, fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh, eighth graders - upper elementary and middle school approved!}

Poetry Analysis Flipbook - use with any poem and help middle/high school English classes with review, scaffolded instruction, and challenge!

Poetry Analysis Flipbook: Use for ANY Poem

Poetry Analysis Flipbook - use with any poem and help middle/high school English classes with review, scaffolded instruction, and challenge!

19 Ridiculously Simple DIYs Every Elementary School Teacher Should Know

19 Ridiculously Simple DIYs Every Elementary School Teacher Should Know

Comparing poems fosters critical thinking and deep discussions. Because of their short form, using poetry pairings is a great way to expose students to a variety of writers and writing styles, subjects and themes. Here's 32 pairs of poems, a total of 64 poems, to share with your students throughout the year, during National Poetry Month or to run a March Madness Poetry Tournament in your classroom.

32 Poetry Pairings for Secondary Students: Host a Poetry Tournament in Your Classroom

Comparing poems fosters critical thinking and deep discussions. Because of their short form, using poetry pairings is a great way to expose students to a variety of writers and writing styles, subjects and themes. Here's 32 pairs of poems, a total of 64 poems, to share with your students throughout the year, during National Poetry Month or to run a March Madness Poetry Tournament in your classroom.

Free Poetry activity! April 27th is Poem in Your Pocket Day. This poetry lesson makes a great bulletin board display for the classroom!

Free Poetry activity! April 27th is Poem in Your Pocket Day. This poetry lesson makes a great bulletin board display for the classroom!

How to Implement a Grammar Wall in Your Classroom

How to Implement a Grammar Wall in Your Classroom

Looking for engaging word work ideas for your classroom that are differentiated to meet the needs of all your learners? The resources and ideas in this blog post are easy to set up and will work with ANY word list all year long!

How to Differentiate Word Work and Engage Your Students

Looking for engaging word work ideas for your classroom that are differentiated to meet the needs of all your learners? The resources and ideas in this blog post are easy to set up and will work with ANY word list all year long!

This is a FREE product for you to enjoy and use with your students. These quilts are great graphic organizers to encourage your students to brainstorm and write ideas about themselves. After students complete and cut out their quilts, hang them on a bulle

This is a FREE product for you to enjoy and use with your students. These quilts are great graphic organizers to encourage your students to brainstorm and write ideas about themselves. After students complete and cut out their quilts, hang them on a bulle

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