Free National Poetry Month Lesson: Bleezer's Ice Cream Paintings

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Art with Jenny K
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Art with Jenny K
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Make connections in your classroom for National Poetry Month (or any time of the year) when you combine art and poetry to create these fun, fantasy-flavored ice cream cone paintings. These imaginative ice cream cones are inspired by the poem Bleezer’s Ice Cream by the poet Jack Prelutsky. Ice cream flavors like tutti-frutti stewed tomato and tuna taco baked potato should certainly catch your students' attention!

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