Poem - Walls have ears, Doors have eyes. Trees have voices, beasts tell lies. Beware the rain. Beware the snow. Beware the man you think you know. - Song of Sapphique

Poem - Walls have ears, Doors have eyes. Trees have voices, beasts tell lies. Beware the rain. Beware the snow. Beware the man you think you know. - Song of Sapphique // rhyming words poetry inspiration

@balancedlitdiet ---> "Poem of the Week" engages students in rhyming, word recognition, and concepts of print with these cute poems!

---> "Poem of the Week" engages students in rhyming, word recognition, and concepts of print with these cute poems! Cover up a word and see if they can figure out what that word starts with

I'm A Little Spider poem!   Practice rhyming words and fluency with this spider poem!  Click for your freebie!

Schedulin' Sunday: Spiders, Shapes And Pirates

Reading Comprehension & Fluency - Phonics Poems (color and black and white). This unit includes poems with and without comprehension questions to help differentiate! Get this poem FREE when you download the preview!

Reading Comprehension & Fluency - Phonics Poems

I want to use this poem for my first or second graders who have a lot things they like. Maybe they can make wonderful poems if they learn about rhyming.

Freebie First Grade Wow: Daily Five - Read to Someone-Poetry Collections~Poetry folder cover and beg. of year poems

A "Batty" Pocket Chart Poem: Teach Rhyme using Kids' Names and other helpful Pocket Chart Tips!

A Batty Pocket Chart Poem: Teach Rhyme using Kids Names and other helpful Pocket Chart Tips!

Cute owl poem for my owl classroom..would be great to introduce our poetry writing activities the first week. Except "shoo" instead of "shoe!" :)

Cute owl poem for my owl classroom.would be great to introduce our poetry writing activities the first week. Except "shoo" instead of "shoe!

Reading a poem to students allows them to process oral language and can be followed up by phonemic exercises and comprehension questions.

Instruction: Repetition in fun rhymes will help students to retain information about the story as well as to develop basic oral language skills. This can be done in the form of a short story, poem, rhyme or song.

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