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10 tips to effectively teach poetry in upper elementary. Mrs Renz Class
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Poetry is important because it promotes literacy, builds community, and fosters social/emotional learning. If you're not quite satisfied with your current poetry teaching tools, check out this awesome 29-page packet that provides a fun and memorable way for you and your students to learn about various types of poetry, important poetry terms, and, of course, practice writing poetry! You can get the Simile Self-Portrait (pictured above) for free by simply clicking on the button below.
by Susan Berkowitz 1st - 3rd Grade This packet contains the pages needed to make a 19 pg. compound word book in the shape of a b...
Take a G and an E and O, And add a little R-G-E, To a W-A-S-H, I...N...G If you add 2,000 pounds, That makes a ton, So what have you got? You've got a lot!
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Teaching kids to write strong beginnings to their personal narratives has always been challenging. And then I found this Uh-mazing anchor chart on Pinterest: Turns out it is from one of my favorite blogs! Stephanie at Third Grade Thoughts wrote about using her chart here. She wrote about it way back in March before I started following her. Thank you for posting exactly what I needed 7 months before I even needed it! I made my own copycat anchor chart. The first day I introduced the…
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