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Rain poem of the week is broken down into daily poetry activities to help build reading fluency, phonemic awareness, concepts of print and more!
Hello Everyone!! Happy April and Happy Poetry Month!! Poetry is one of the parts of our writing curriculum that I look forward to so much! We read, discuss, analyze, and even memorize poetry every week...poems that help to bring our curriculum to life. Kids love poetry. The tongue twisting words, the alliteration, the onomatopoeia, the fun language, the rhyme, the rhythm, and so much more. Teaching a social studies or science concept using fun poetry is the best! The kids keep all their…
As we approach the end of the school year, I wanted to make some monthly NO PREP packets that would help keep us on course, review some skills and making
Kailee Dias saved to Ota
I like to spend a couple weeks each year teaching my students about poetry. We do a number of fun activities in addition to reading and wr...
Amy saved to Healthy living
POETRY and figurative language in kindergarten and first grade - writing centers - small groups - reading and writing activities for the entire year - try FREEBIES #kindergarten #poetry #kindergartenwriting #firstgrade
Tara MacInnes saved to Future: Smart Children, 101
These poems are meant for early readers. I stored them in page protectors in folders for students. We would highlight the sight words that had been introduced and use them as a shared reading for the week. There are 50 poems, a parent letter, and labels for the folders included. Poems included are: My Name School Red Orange Yellow Blue Green Purple Pink Brown Black Families Apples Little Boy Blue Itsy Bitsy Spider Little Miss Muffet Scarecrow Pumpkin, Pumpkin We See Leaves Fall November…
Danielle saved to Poetry for school
See how easy introducing and teaching poetry for kids can be. This post not only has helpful tips and ideas, but a free download to help you get started.
Emily Paula saved to School: Writing
Hello Everyone!! Happy April and Happy Poetry Month!! Poetry is one of the parts of our writing curriculum that I look forward to so much! We read, discuss, analyze, and even memorize poetry every w
Susan Hadreas saved to First grade
Teach poetry in your primary classroom with a poem of the week and complete tons of activities to help build fluency and word knowledge. Grab FREE poems for your classroom.
Kristin Scott Verity saved to Poetry
Visualizing is one of my very favorite skills to teach little readers. Why? It's a powerful skill that is used throughout life and really helps with reading and listening comprehension.
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