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Poetry

There's a bumper crop of wonderful poetry books out there – here are a few picks your students will love Teacher Amy Williams and her third grade...
Consider ways to keep skills sharp over the summer – but don't forget to have fun, too Here we are, at the end of another school year. The following...
A poem to celebrate the merry month of May May is a merry month a flower-into-berry month, the month to skip outdoors to play, to tuck your winter...
Try a comparison of critter-themed poems with your young bards this month. When thinking of poetry for children, verses about animals immediately...
A celebrated poet's Valentine to teachers everywhere I'm sure it isn't easy coming into school each day. There must be other things you'd like to do...
This centuries-old form of poetry can encourage your students to revel in the world around them Originating in Japan centuries ago, haiku consists...
These fun poetic devices will enhance your young writers' knowledge of poetic forms Alliteration and onomatopoeia (on-eh-ma-toe-pee-ah) are two...
It's National Poetry Month, but these poetry titles and activities will fit into your curriculum at any time of year The Poetry Bell Ringers...
According to this celebrated poet, April is the perfect month to curl up with a good magazine To see more poems, visit the Teachers' Toolbox at...
This fascinating form of poetry can be made into much more than another lesson in grammar The cinquain form has a fascinating history. Originated by...

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