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Kindergarten Kids: More From Our Poetry Unit

We shared many poetry books during our poetry unit. Here are a few favorites from kindergarten kids.

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A classroom from Baton Rouge, LA

A huge thank-you to Morgan Simoneoux, a first-grade teacher from Baton Rouge, LA, for sending in these photos of her classroom. I love how colorful all of this is! A truly warm, welcoming environme…

easy poetry for beginning writers - a list poem

List Poems - Fun Poetry With Kids

Want to get kids to write a poem? Try list poems. Just make a list of nouns you observe in nature. Add adjectives to the nouns.

Joyful Learning In KC: Poetry Writing In Kindergarten

This week we started a unit of study focusing on writing poetry. We began this study by reading poems written by former students.

Inquiring Minds: Mrs. Myers Kindergarten: Exploring Poetry and a Poetry Tea for the Parents

Myers Kindergarten: Exploring Poetry and a Poetry Tea for the Parents

Poetry Shared Reading in Kindergarten-highlight the sight words-40 POEMS

Shared Reading: Poetry notebooks in kinder are fun and interactive. During shared reading a poem will be read and the students will highlight the sight word they see (together with teacher assistance).

Mexican Milagros craft

Mexican Metal Tooling Lesson Plan: Multicultural Art and Craft Lessons for Kids: KinderArt ® I am thinking this could be a good project for Hispanic Heritage Month in connection with cpuntry/culture study.

Joyful Learning In KC: Poetry Writing In Kindergarten

This week we started a unit of study focusing on writing poetry. We began this study by reading poems written by former students.

Just 4 Teachers: Sharing Across Borders: A Gift: Kindergarten Poetry Journal

Well, a few of my friends went off to Kindergarten.and as you all know, starting a new grade level can be overwhelming, even for a vetera.

Do you teach poetry in your primary classroom? We read and learn a poem of the week and complete tons of activities to help build fluency and word knowledge. Children love to read these weekly poems and yours will too! Check out this post and grab a few F

Poem of the Week Activities

Shared reading: putting a different poem up each time it is time to do shared reading and having the students read along and finding fun and different ways of saying them whether it is in a choral manner of having actions to go along with it

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