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This is a great resource for teaching poetry. It includes 25 different types of poetry. This meet standard 2.W.5 Production and Distriubution 5. with guidance and support from adults and peers on a topic and strengthen writing as needed by revising and editing. Although this is a third grade standard it can be adapted to other grade levels.
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25 Types of Poetry

I found this on the internet somewhere I don't know who to give credit to. I retyped the version and put up to date pictures on it. This is really great for writing different types of poetry.

April is National Poetry Month, why not have your students take "selfie" shots and write "Selfie Poems!"

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April is National Poetry Month, why not have your students take "selfie" shots and write "Selfie Poems!"

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

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

Poetry anchor chart

Five for Friday (on Saturday)!

Five for Friday- Poetry, planning time, math centers, Valentine's freebie and the fam.

Poetry {Poem of the Week} Freebie - Poem and activities for shared reading and word work.
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Spring Poetry for Poem of the Week

This is a free poem of the week activity. Poetry and shared reading are a great match to help build reading fluency, word work skills and more! This is a freebie that is part of a larger product of 40 Poems. You can check out my Poem of the Week Mega Bundle By Clicking the link below: Poem of the W...

First Grade Wow: A Whole Lotta Sharin' Goin' On! Poetry
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A Whole Lotta Sharin' Goin' On!

Hello Everyone!! This is my favorite time of the school year. We are finishing up our testing, the kids have become quite independent with everything, they have become readers and writers, they have become problem solvers, I could go on and on! I want to share some of their darling work and a couple of free units. First off, after the big chick hatching extravaganza, I decided to have the kids write about what they would do if they had a baby chick. From what they wrote, they would make…

Shape poems for kids
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Shape poems for kids

April is National Poetry Month.  This blog post includes 3 simple steps to get ALL your students reading, writing, and enjoying poetry.
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How to Get ALL Students Writing Poetry in 3 Steps - Out of this World Literacy

Hello friends! April is National Poetry Month! I have a few tips for you that have worked so wonderfully over the years when introducing poetry to my classes. Some students are natural writers and can jump write in when asked to write poetry. Other students will stare at you like a lost puppy, suddenly develop...

Haiku Poetry Anchor Chart .... Great resource
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Anchor charts...form vs function...a blog post about remembering what anchor charts are really for!

Anchor charts...form vs function - The Teacher Studio

Anybody who has taught for any length of time knows that anchor charts can be on unbelievable resource for the classroom teacher and for the students. Anybody who has been on Pinterest knows that you can find an anchor chart for just about anything! Many of them are adorably decorated and make us all wish […]

Form poems and free verse poems for grades K-2! Teacher examples and planning sheets included
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Writing Poetry in the Primary Grades! - Susan Jones

National poetry month is in April, but we are starting early this year! Last week we worked on the Common Core Standard: RL.1.4: students will identify words and phrases in stories or poems that suggest feelings or appeal to the senses. Each morning we would read aloud some poems, practice visualizing the poem in our […]

Spring Poetry Unit - 12 different types of poems, with posters, definitions, how-to directions, examples, and templates #poetry
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Spring Poetry

Spring Poetry Unit - 12 different types of poems, with posters, definitions, how-to directions, examples, and templates #poetry

5 page poetry book on types of poems and craft (alliteration, haiku, free verse, cinquian, simile, metaphor, concrete, rhyme)
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Poetry Time!

So we were starting Poetry about a month ago. I wanted a tool to use while we went through this unit, as we were going to be covering a lot of different types of poetry. I decided to make a book for them to use as a reference. Each time we would learn a new concept to poetry or a new structure, we would go over the definition and then add an example for them to use while writing their own. I used my knowledge of Reading AZ books and decided to make them work that same way. I created a book…

poetry posters - different types of poems - freebie
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Across the Hall in 2nd

A teaching blog full of ideas, tips, and resources.

Recitation Cards: Poetry for Children {free printable!} - via Wildflower Ramblings
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Recitation Cards: Poetry for Children {free printable!} - Wildflower Ramblings New

Poetry for children Help your child enjoy the beauty of words and poetry with these free recitation cards, featuring poems by the most famous poets.

Interactive Notebook: Poetry Response for 1st and 2nd Grade Freebie
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Interactive Notebook: Poetry Response for 1st and 2nd Grade FREEBIE!

Your students will love responding to poems using our poetry response pages made for interactive journals! There are two different templates included: 1. focuses on imagery and meaning 2. focuses on feelings and the sensesThese templates go perfect with our Interactive Reading Response Notebook!All ...