Students love to write poetry to celebrate spring, thank people on special occasions, or simply to swing from birches in images they grow.!
Many opt to write for special people they admire! What's better than learning that results in a cool gift from their own creations?
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Save in bundled poetry writing materials which include differentiated opportunities
to create and publish for different developmental literacy stages. You can also buy sonnet tools separately at http://goo.gl/o4nSwX Find separate limerick tools at http://goo.gl/4efNa3 See separate haiku tools at http://goo.gl/1tTuKV Or save by getting all three together in this 3-in-1 poetry-writing-bundle.
Students enjoy writing limericks, sonnets, and haiku - and giving these away adds to the fun.
Forget breaking down parts and counting syllables while students sleep. Make poetry fun with these tools, and watch young writers come alive like toys sprung to life just for fun in The Toy Story.
Students enjoy parts of poetry
when they can check in with peers, dedicate their work for friends or family and publish for a class collection. .
Discover how to write in easy to create rhyming schemes in these tools
, such as iambic pentameter that can be clapped out with peers.
Students master a sonnet’s unique content requirement
while enjoying the process. They play with new ideas to make sonnets take a shift or turn for surprises, they delight in offering a silly view in limericks, and they capture nature’s message to them in haiku.
Young artists come alive in illustration
that illustrate their poetry for a class publication. They play with images, photography and design illustrations together with peers.
Hopefully these ready-to-roll brain-based materials
will benefit your learners and leaders as they do mine at middle, secondary, university levels and beyond.
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