Free poetry book and posters to help you students learn important terms.  Great for learning centers.

How to Teach Poetry (Even if You Hate it

Do you hate to teach poetry? If so these tips and freebies will have both you and your students falling in love with reading and writing poetry!

Inspirational Splatter Paint Art Project for Kids: Help children increase their creative confidence and self-esteem with this motivational art activity! ~ BuggyandBuddy.com

Inspirational Splatter Paint Art Project for Kids

Inspirational Splatter Paint Art Project for Kids: Help children increase their creative confidence and self-esteem with this motivational art activity!

Poetry Lesson...  This would be a GREAT way for students to display a poem they…

This would be a GREAT way for students to display a poem they have written - these would be beautiful hung on a Christmas poet-tree! (Also, several VISITING TEACHING ideas with this post.

The Best Part of Me Writing Activity. Perfect for a beginning of the year writing or opinion writing!

The Best Part of Me Writing Activity

Cultivating a postive classroom community is such an important part of teaching, and I've learned that little things go a long way. The Best Part of Me writing activity is a great community builder!

If poetry is taught the right way, students should be cheering at the thought…

Using a poetry workshop approach - lots of information in this post - from Middle School Teacher to Literacy Coach: Poetry Workshop

What a fantastic idea for Poetry Month!  Cut out words from various magazines and set them out with paper and gluesticks - diy poetry station!

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DIY your photo charms, compatible with Pandora bracelets. Make your gifts special. Make your life special! What a fantastic idea for Poetry Month! Cut out words from various magazines and set them out with paper and gluesticks - diy poetry station!

Incorporate opportunities for collaborative writing in your classroom by using collaborative poetry. Students will first write individually from a character's perspective and then work together as a group to create a communal piece of writing.

Collaborative Poetry: Bring Students' Voices Together Through Group Writing

Incorporate opportunities for collaborative writing in your classroom by using collaborative poetry. Students will first write individually from a character& perspective and then work together as a group to create a communal piece of writing.


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