Skipping Stones - a playful poem about a playful pastime! Note: repetition & interesting line breaks. From Amy Ludwig VanDerwater's blog, The Poem Farm, a site full of hundreds of poems, poem lessons, and poetry ideas for home and classroom - www.poemfarm.amylv.com
This fun game can be used with your preschool class to help them learn and review their colors. Ten colors and repetitive poem make this a game that everyone can enjoy. It is also an easy assessment tool for you! The game was meant to be played on a pocket chart but can be just as easily used on a flannel board. Packet contains: 10 colorful shoes (primary, secondary, black, brown, white and pink) Pete Poem instructions
Can your students solve the case of the missing poets? This poetry breakout room for grades 6-10 makes the study of poetic devices engaging and hands-on. Students will use their knowledge of symbolism, rhyme scheme, repetition, figurative language, and metaphor to return five poets to the classic poems they wrote. Students will love working through the clues as they learn or review important poetic devices. For more engaging ELA ideas, visit www.readitwriteitlearnit.com
I Can Be A Pal-- building your classroom community
Get your students excited about poetry with this hands-on, interactive escape room. Students will work through five different classic poems (Robert Frost, Claude McKay, Amy Lowell, Georgia Douglas Johnson, and Edgar Guest). Using their knowledge of symbolism, rhyme scheme, repetition, figurative language, and metaphor, students will work to unlock clues to return missing poets to their poems.
Poetry Bundle: 20 Short Poems to Teach Rhetorical Relationships & Explication
This product by Bespoke ELA contains 20 short poems to analyze for the four, basic rhetorical relationships: juxtaposition, contrast, shift, and repetition. For each poem, students will: 1. Make observations. 2. Identify and analyze the four rhetorical relationships 3. Write original poems. 4. Explain how they use rhetorical devices to communicate a theme. Great for middle school and high school English Language Arts. Grades 6-12. by Bespoke ELA