Poetry Bookmark, reminder to write

Forms and structure of different types of poems: Cinquain, tanka, haiku, quatrain, concrete

Book spine poetry : interactive display

Good activity to do with table groups - give each group a stack of books and make them collaborate to creat a book spine poem - share out loud with class - take picture of book spine poems as assessment!

Ideas for Shel Silverstein poetry party

This is an easy way to bring poetry into the classroom. It offers options with reader's theatre, partner reading, and choral readings.

Doors of Poetry - National Poetry Month Bulletin Board

Doors of Poetry - National Poetry Month Bulletin Board

Convert into library display. This poetry bulletin board is based on an idea from Georgia Heard's book AWAKENING THE HEART. It incorporates the doors of poetry, or different ways one can approach writing a poem.

Teach poetry forms using Emojis on Google Drive! Google Classroom Poetry lesson, Google Drive Poetry activities, Poetry on Google Drive, Poems on Google Slides, Poetry with Emojis, Emoji Poems, Emoji Poetry, National Poetry month lessons using technology.

Poetry with Emoji on Google Slides

Teach poetry forms using Emojis on Google Drive! Google Classroom Poetry lesson, Google Drive Poetry activities, Poetry on Google Drive, Poems on Google Slides, Poetry with Emojis, Emoji Poems, Emoji Poetry, National Poetry month lessons using technology.

Teaching students to understand poetry does NOT need to be a challenge. Click through to see the seven steps that break it down and make it manageable. These seven steps will work great for your 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th grade classroom or home school students. Use this for Literature lessons, a poetry unit, during National Poetry month in April, for test prep, and much more. {third, fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh, eighth graders - upper elementary and middle school approved!}

Teaching students to understand poetry- Seven specific steps to break down poetry instruction into manageable bits

Compelling multimedia lessons to get teens excited about poetry. Click HERE for a four-week print-and-teach unit designed for high school and advanced middle school students.

High School Poetry Unit Plan, FOUR FULL WEEKS of Dynamic, Multimedia Lessons

Compelling multimedia lessons to get teens excited about poetry. Four-week print-and-teach unit designed for high school and advanced middle school students.

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