Shared Reading and Close Reading help students learn to comprehend what they read. Poems of the week can be a powerful shared reading tool to teach a variety of concepts and integrate content. These original poems focus on nature.
These poems invite discussion about the natural environment and are perfect for integrating science and social studies content with literacy instruction. As part of a Poem of the Week program, the poems can also be used as the basis for lessons in comprehension, fluency, phonemic awareness, phonics, and vocabulary.
The following 26 original poems and resources are included.
Suggestions for use and for implementing a Poem of the Week in your classroom.
Nature Haiku (4 poems)
Picnic Haiku (5 poems)
Autumn Haiku (4 poems)
I love to be outdoors
The Trees Reach Skyward
I like puddles
There's No Snow In Florida
Cotton Ball Clouds
The Night Sky
I love a sickle moon
Green and Fuzzy
Take Care of Our Planet
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