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These phonics poems are the perfect way to have your students practice fluency! I love to put these poems in a poetry folder and each week we have a new word family or phonics skill to learn. Kindergarten, first grade, and second grade students can read the poems, visualize the poems, and practice nonsense words easily in a phonics center, whole group or small group with the teacher! by queen
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Blackout poetry never fails to engage ALL of my students. It's fun, hands-on, and allows students to create word art.
Do you teach poetry in your primary classroom? We read and learn a poem of the week and complete tons of activities to help build fluency and word knowledge. Children love to read these weekly poems and yours will too! Check out this post and grab a few FREE poems for your classroom.
With 27,000 story combinations you'll never hear, "I don't know what to write about" again! Build-A-Story Writing Center by Teacher Gems.
This product will help students identify similes and metaphors and distinguish between them.Included:* Color the box with the correct figure of speech (2 pages)* Cut and paste the sentences under the correct figure of speech* Assessment page* My similes and metaphors bookletThis product is aligned with the following Common Core standard:Identify Similes and Metaphors ( 4.L.4.5.a and 5.L.5.5.a)Happy teaching!Quality Learning Resources
What a fantastic idea for Poetry Month! Cut out words from various magazines and set them out with paper and gluesticks - diy poetry station!