Alphabet Poem Posters and Write Your Own Activity

Alphabet Poem Posters and Write Your Own Activity
Alphabet Poem Posters and Write Your Own Activity
Alphabet Poem Posters and Write Your Own Activity
Alphabet Poem Posters and Write Your Own Activity
Alphabet Poem Posters and Write Your Own Activity
Alphabet Poem Posters and Write Your Own Activity
Alphabet Poem Posters and Write Your Own Activity
Alphabet Poem Posters and Write Your Own Activity
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This alphabet poem set was compiled, used and put into practice on the first grade level by teacher, Shannon Gold. Some assembly is required. Included in this file are alphabet poems for each letter of the alphabet that can be printed on legal size paper and pasted into a chart tablet. Also included is clip art for each letter. The clipart matches the poem exactly. For example, if the poem is about donuts on a log, you will find a picture of donuts on a log. Tons of work went into creating these customized clipart icons for these poems. The clip art can be printed, cut out and glued to the chart tablet with the appropriate poem in order to illustrate it. These poems are great for read alouds. I introduce a letter each day, read the poem and have students identify the rhyming words. Then students write their on version of the poem with words that begin with each letter and rhyme. The activity is a bit of challenge at first, but once students get the hang of it the poems are written rather quickly. The students' poems are then made into a book so they each have an alphabet poetry book they created. They also illustrate each poem. Parents and kids rave about this project.

Here is an example:
The read-aloud:
A is for alligator,
A is for ants,
A is for apples on my pants.

The class brainstorms other words that begin with A and then each student writes an A poem that rhymes, based on the class read aloud model.

For example,
A is for apron,
A is an,
A is ape in a van.
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