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Poetry Activities

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Enjoy poetry for kids with fun activities - many cool ideas! #PeotryForKids

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

A quick and useful poetry structure guide! Your students will know structures and hints for 6 major types of poetry within seconds!

The crayon boxed that talked poetry activity

Delightful poetry activities from Pinterest appeal to all ages! Ideas include art projects, poetry notebooks, and poetry resources,

"I love this activity! My former students have created some beautiful poetry with this style."

Poetry {Poem of the Week} Freebie - Poem and activities for shared reading and word work.

Poetry Brainstorming template - students write topic in the middle and brainstorm ideas in the blocks around the edges

This is a great activity for older elementary aged students. It incorporates colors, emotions, and poetry all in one lesson. Plus it comes with a great activity to reinforce the ideas!

Jabberwocky and Road not Taken ideas. Includes Venn Diagram idea too

Great ideas in this blog post from Scholastic. Start 'em young! Playing With Poetry in the Primary Grades | Scholastic.com

Fingerprint Poetry Templates for your classroom. Great back to school activity!

Students use Tagxedo to make a word art writing "craftivity." Step-by-step directions and links for font, clip art etc. included. Even a kinder can make a word art picture with the assistance of an adult. The words used are adjectives that describe themselves; things worth "raving" about. FREE packet includes bookmarks and mini poster too!

For each line of the poem, the total number of syllables is determined by the sum of the two dice. Students will love the randomness of the is activity and the poems are fun to read too. You might want to give a broad topic such as "Autumn" or "My Family" so that the poems don't wander too much.

A wonderful found poetry exercise... the 5th graders did this as part of their altered book projects last year. Marking this as a reminder...

Pollination power! A fun activity using juice boxes and Cheetos to demonstrate how insects help to pollinate flowers.

Poetry Stations & Scavenger Hunt *Freebie

We have spent a good majority of the year sharing wishes and dreams. For our storyline expo, we are creating silhouettes of students sharing what they love about our school.

Mrs. Orman's Classroom: Hands-On Poetry Activities

Blackout Poetry - great FREE activity to introduce poetry!

Fun Poetry with Kids – Repetition & Onomatopoeia « Imagination Soup Fun Learning and Play Activities for Kids