Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Poetry Lessons. Get inspired and try out new things.
Teaching poetry can be intimidating, but these fun poetry activities will make your job easier and have your students begging for more.
Rachel Pope saved to Teaching
Found Poetry for Kids -- great way to motivate reluctant writers
Royal Baloo saved to Writing
Amy Johnson on Instagram: “Our spring break came to an end too soon, but I was SO excited to introduce our Poetry Unit with this anchor chart!! Also, is there a job…”
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I would use this game during centers to reinforce poetry terms.
Tabithahavelow saved to Ready Writing Resources
During poetry stations, students move around the classroom doing various activities related to poetry. The station activity in this blog post has students read an engaging poem and respond to the poem in an unconventional way. If you’d like to replicate this activity in your classroom here are the s
linda gobran saved to Poetry
This poster helps students dissect poetry to better understand the messages the author is trying to portray. This will help students create their own themes in their poetry.
Evan Cochran saved to Teaching poetry
7 Poetry Activities Middle School ELA and High School ELA Students Love — TeachWriting.org #PoetryActivities #MiddleSchoolELA #HighSchoolELA #EngagingELA
Darlene Anne saved to Middle School Classroom
What are the best poems for kids to memorize? Read this to discover the 12 poems every child (and adult) should know by heart!
Jan Newberry saved to Teaching-poetry
Poetry Analysis for BIG KIDS-how to engage your upper elementary to middle school students' love of poetry through thoughtful and meaningful poetry analysis instruction.
Debbie Latham saved to Poetry
Hello Everyone!! Happy April and Happy Poetry Month!! Poetry is one of the parts of our writing curriculum that I look forward to so much! We read, discuss, analyze, and even memorize poetry every week...poems that help to bring our curriculum to life. Kids love poetry. The tongue twisting words, the alliteration, the onomatopoeia, the fun language, the rhyme, the rhythm, and so much more. Teaching a social studies or science concept using fun poetry is the best! The kids keep all their…
Mandy ✎ saved to ✑ First Grade Writing