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Putting Pizzazz into Poetic Devices! {Win This New Unit}

A second grade teaching blog by Amanda Madden.

Great twist to the typical dandelion tattoo! Adventures of an Art Teacher: Projects from Maternity Leave Blackwork, Middle School Art, Art School, Word Doodles, Poesia Visual, Art Plastique, Art Education, Doodle Art, Word Art

Projects from Maternity Leave

My son was born the Saturday after Thanksgiving (4 months ago today!) so I didn't go back after Thanksgiving break until the end of January....

A Stick Is an Excellent Thing: Poems Celebrating Outdoor Play. A Stick Is an Excellent Thing: Poems Celebrating Outdoor Play. This poem book is about games to play outside. This is a good book to read to pk - 3 to inspire them to play games outside. Outdoor Education, Outdoor Learning, Nature Activities, Book Activities, Preschool Books, Science Books, Science Ideas, Summer Activities, Books To Read

BOOK REVIEW: A Stick Is an Excellent Thing: Poems Celebrating Outdoor Play

A Stick Is an Excellent Thing: Poems Celebrating Outdoor Play (New York: Clarion Books/Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2012, 32 pp., $16.99) This small collection of poems by veteran children's author Marilyn Singer, to say the least, is an excellent thing. See: Each of the eighteen poems brings to life some aspect of play that takes place…

Great poetry ideas from Hello Literacy: Hello Literacy Says Hello National Poetry Month Teaching Poetry, Teaching Writing, Teaching Resources, Persuasive Writing, Teaching Ideas, Writing Rubrics, Writing Topics, Paragraph Writing, Teaching Grammar

FREE Author's Craft Cheat Sheet and Poetry Stop & Jot Sheet

I created this handy reference sheet of Author's Craft terms and examples. Not only do I access it daily, but I give it to students to use as a reference as well. I even send it home and let the students explain it to their parents. Students can use the Author's Craft Cheat Sheet with Poetry Stop ...

HANGING POETRY BOOKS I've been preparing all week for a classroom bookmaking project that starts next week at the Hilltown Charter Schoo. Poetry Unit, Poetry Books, Writing Poetry, Teaching Poetry, Teaching Writing, Teaching English, Elementary Teaching, English Class, Poetry Projects

Classroom Project

HANGING POETRY BOOKS I've been preparing all week for a classroom bookmaking project that starts next week at the Hilltown Charter Schoo...

Close Reading Lesson - "The Road Not Taken." Listen to the various style of questioning and adapt it to your passage. Use to model "marking it up" for lit analysis unit Teaching Poetry, Teaching Literature, Teaching Reading, Reading Skills, Ap Literature, Teaching Tips, Guided Reading, Learning, Close Reading Lessons

Close Reading Frost.mp4

In this lesson, Kelly introduces her 9th grade students to close reading. This is the first time that they have done this.

A matchbox. Super, super wonderfulness from Jenny Meilihove, via little.lovely (which is, indeed, always lovely). Matchbox Crafts, Matchbox Art, Paper Art, Paper Crafts, Diy Cadeau, Stationery Craft, Creative Box, Tiny Treasures, Little Boxes

A matchbox. No joke. Super, super wonderfulness from Jenny Meilihove, via little.lovely (which is, indeed, always lovely). This picture, in particular, makes me swoon.

Learn about the SIFT Method of analyzing literature. Middle School English teachers have found this a valuable tool to help students analyze literature and poems. SIFT stands for Symbolism, Imagery, Figurative Language, Tone and Theme. Teaching Literature, Teaching Themes, Teaching Writing, Teaching English, Ap Literature, American Literature, Middle School Literacy, Middle School Reading, Middle School English

Analyze Literature Critically Using the SIFT Method

Learn about the SIFT Method of analyzing literature. Middle School English teachers have found this a valuable tool to help students analyze literature and poems. SIFT stands for Symbolism, Imagery, Figurative Language, Tone and Theme.

National Poetry Month: 10 Ways To Get Your Children Reading & Writing Poetry Poetry Unit, Writing Poetry, Writing Prompts, Writing Tips, Poetry Prompts, Article Writing, Writing Quotes, Start Writing, Writing Help

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The Base Stealer by Robert Francis on Baseball Almanac

Baseball Almanac presents The Base Stealer, a baseball poem so well written that it is simply classic poetry.

April National Poetry Month Whisper phones let graders actually hear the cadence and rhythm of a poem that they might not hear reading silently in their heads. Guided Reading Groups, Reading Centers, Reading Workshop, Literacy And Numeracy, Literacy Activities, Teaching Poetry, Teaching Reading, Poetry Out Loud, Poetry Unit

Poetry

Credits: This week I'm hoppin' around with some other fun literacy bloggers. We are joining up to bring you some ideas for poetry fun. Although April is National Poetry Month, you know how I feel. Poetry should not be a "month long spring fling" as Lori Ockzus and Timothy Rasinski stated so perfectly in their recent preview article for their ILA co-session, Five Ideas That Work: Positively Poetry. Poetry should be read, written, practiced and enjoyed year-round, even daily. For my…

BASIC (grade A link to a short biography of Robert Francis, author of the poem "The Base Stealer. Poetry Magazine, Poetry Unit, Poetry Foundation, Praise God, Go To Sleep, The Only Way, My Father, Something To Do, Books To Read

Robert Francis | Poetry Foundation

Robert Francis was born in Upland, Pennsylvania, and studied at Harvard. Although he taught at workshops and lectured at universities across the United…