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Poetry Activities

Explorer Elementary Charter School: Peace Poems (each student writes one line so the poem is constructed by the whole class)

Use Magazine or Newspaper Scraps for Creating Redacted Poems

kindergarten fall poems - Google Search

From the website "Here is a fun ocean song to the tune of take me out to the ball game. I also included a student copy for poetry journals."

Morning Work Warm Ups - fun & creative activities to get your students' minds going - from a 1st grade blog

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

Rhyme/Rhythm/ Alliteration/ Repetition Activity (poetry club)

Simile activity from scholastic

FREE activity! Read the original poem and make a parody using a "mad libs" style template to fill in the blanks!

Helping Students See Correlation Between Effort and Performance - Faculty Focus | Faculty Focus

FREE reading worksheet for third grade! Your child will practice identifying patterns in poems.

cool way to keep site words together for little ones to use...small notebook

Top 3 Hands-On Poetry Activities

Making Inferences with Poetry: Great Blog Post, with FREE resources!!!

Six Word Memoir - I love the idea of having students write one at the beginning of the school year at the middle school level instead of the same old "get to know you" activities.

Easy Poetry Activity for Kids: Spine Poems! Categorize books, stack them, and you have an instant poem. An easy way to introduce poetry to students' who are hesitant to write.

My Years, in Tree Rings - would be great as a poem in our art/poetry books

From the website "Here is a fun ocean song to the tune of take me out to the ball game. I also included a student copy for poetry journals."

End of the Year Activity *Freebies*

We have a pumpkin Chart. I would put it on a magnetic board and have multiple shapes for each face feature. Laminate the sentences to write and erase. We would first do this activity as a class. Then have it set up for kids to do on their own.

Pitner's Potpourri: Poetry Activities