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Animal poems

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Oviparous Animals Poem - Great lesson idea on this website that includes a mentor text, writing prompt, and craftivity.

Click picture to download I used this poem (not written by me) and this book to teach my kids about oviparous animals. Here is ...

Funny children's poem about a dog performing tricks. Great for classroom reading lessons for kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grade, common core, and for ESL lessons. Excerpt from the poetry collection, “Suzie Bitner Was Afraid of the Drain” by Barbara Vance.

Please cite all poem references: “Excerpt from ‘Suzie Bitner Was Afraid of the Drain’ by Barbara Vance.” Thank you! Smartest Dog When I say sit my dog lies down;Rollover makes her bark;I order her …

African animals poem  #RePin by AT Social Media Marketing - Pinterest Marketing Specialists ATSocialMedia.co.uk

A fun and engaging poem about African animals that has been beautifully illustrated by a member of our team. Ideal to use as part of a jungle theme in your school or early years setting.

Animal Baby Study (free; from First Grade Wow)

Hello Everyone! I wanted to share a quick little math activity that we did this week. I've posted about our number necklaces before and remembered how much the kids loved the idea, so I decided to create a "double Yolk Math Talk" Necklace activity. We started with each kiddo creating an egg shape out of paper. They each wrote a number from 10 to 120 on the egg. We tried hard not to repeat numbers. Then we strung a piece of yarn through each to create a necklace. We did a couple of things…

Hello Everyone!  Just a quick share tonight. We are continuing our study of the animal world in science, and you know me!  I can't help but ...

Hello Everyone! Just a quick share tonight. We are continuing our study of the animal world in science, and you know me! I can't help but to integrate, integrate, integrate. I am sharing two ultra mini units tonight. I hope to be able to squeeze these in next week yet before Spring Break. The first 10 page unit is a celebration of how animals move. Cute little poem and mini book the kids can put together, finish, illustrate and share with buddies. Click here for your free unit including…

In loving memory of my special baby Sammy who passed this morning but is no longer in any pain. He lived a great life and was loved soooo very much. We miss him so much. Now he's been reunited with our other fur babies Patton and Tobey and I hope they are running and playing together!

“Doc, I can’t do this again. I will never get another dog (or cat). It’s too hard to lose them, to say goodbye for the last time.” Veterinarians commonly hear this or very similar statements of grief when euthanizing a pet. The owner has formed a strong bond and the pain is almost too much to bear.

With winter approaching, children will enjoy reading poems about animals preparing for cold weather. Here is a fun poem about a squirrel. It's perfect for first and second graders. There are two versions, one with and one without an illustration.

Description Children love reading about animals. Here is a fun poem about a squirrel. It's perfect for first and second graders. Poetry is meant to be read aloud and again and again. Reading a poem not only allows for short amounts of texts that can be reread often, but it is enjoyable to read repeatedly. Repeated reading is a way to increase students' fluency. It also can provide students with opportunities to learn and practice new vocabulary. I suggest selecting a new poem each week that…