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Well I must not have gotten the MEMO, because I didn't know March 21 was WORLD POETRY DAY, but here's a nice FREEBIE!!!

Take a page of a book. Square and don't color in some word to make a note. So cute! But perhaps I'll use English...

Debbie Diller I can posters - I want to make a poster for the choices students have when they finish an assignment.

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Name poems can be written out on nice paper and given as child-made gifts! Poetry for Kids: Name Poems - Mama Smiles - Joyful Parenting

mp3 readings you can download and link to printable book here Put together seasonal cds for my kids songs,stories and poems. It's great for in the car and bedtime. The kids learn as they enjoy.

1. Poetry is text that expresses intense meaning. 2. Poetry is text that plays with words for entertainment. 3. Lines of a poem that are grouped together are called stanzas. 4. Some poems rhyme or have rhythm to them. 5. Some poems don't rhyme and are called free verse. 6. Words are sometimes broken up or arranged in a special way to add emphasis or emotion 7. Words have multiple meanings.

Writing poetry idea with old books. - did this in high school and absolutely loved it. get old books really cheap at goodwill, or even use newspapers/magazines.

I love this book! I have used it for the last two years when beginning my Poetry genre study.

Creating Found Poems | A creative literature lesson to teach students about themes and concepts. In this lesson students take short phrases from a text and combine them into a new poem.

Poems for our poetry folders! There are notebook files with them too - ready to show on the smartboard. Awesome!

Just 4 Teachers: Sharing Across Borders: I'M FINISHED!! 2ND GRADE POETRY JOURNAL (TREASURES) IS DONE!