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Biography Poems
I use a biography poem to get to know my students. I ask my students to write a biography poem based on themselves. On the handout given to them, I create an example about myself so that the students ...
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Cinquain Poems Art Project
When her classes finish standardized testing, Ms. Sturgeon likes to do an engaging, project-based learning activity. Her class writes cinquain poems about their favorite animals and paints their creations in the style of illustrator Eric Carle.
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Comparing Poems
In our school, students often read and write poetry, but some standardized tests now require students to compare poems. So we read a poem a day or week depending on schedules. We talk about the feelin...
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Daily Poetry Reading
Help your students improve their oral reading skills and become fans of poetry with nonstop laughs. Ms. Thompson suggests a few fun and funny poetry resources to use with her daily, giggle-filled poetry activity.
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Geometry Through Poetry
I work at having my students recognize and appreciate contrast. Teaching geometry through poetry? Yes, it works, it reinforces concepts, and it's fun. Here's an example of one I personally penned. Sym...
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Memory Book
I have found that families and students really love having a 'memento' of our year together to look back over and see how their child has grown. The original memory book idea came from Judy Ellis of K...
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Paired Valentine Poems
At this school, the upper grades pair up with students in the younger grades to generate Valentine poems for loved ones. Each pair uses an interactive poem tool to get the creative juices flowing.
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Poetry Reading
I never mention the word poetry when I start this unit. We start with prescription poetry. Everyone must write their name, two adjectives, two adverbs and then their name again. Everyone is a poet as ...
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Where to Submit Student Poetry
If you're searching for a place to submit a student poem for publishing, you should check out www.gigglepoetry.com. There are several poems on their page. I also found a link about submitting student ...
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