Poems can be silly, serious, or fun, just like kids! Whether itas the sing-song rhythm of a limerick, the serendipitous magic of a found poem, the deceptive simplicity of a haiku, or the easy familiarity of an acrostic poem, children are charmed by poetry. And whatas more fun than reading poetry? Writing it! In Explore Poetry! With 25 Great Projects children have fun learning about different forms of poetry while delving into different literary techniques such as personification, metaphor, and alliteration, all of which are discussed in a simple and accessible way. Activities include creative writing exercises designed to reinforce language arts skills, plus art projects that encourage children to visualize concepts and definitions. Short biographies of important poets reinforce the concept of poetry as an important part of society. Explore Poetry! meets Common Core State Standards for language arts; Guided Reading Levels and Lexile measurements indicate grade level and text complexity. Informational and inspiring, Explore Poetry! fits seamlessly into the poetry curriculum of grades 2 to 4 and serves as an enrichment resource all during the school year, especially April, Poetry Month.See also beat or rhythm; math; music personification, 32a33 Poe, Edgar Allan, 3, 46 poems (by name). ... See also poems (by name); poets definition and description of, 1a3, 82 forms of, 10a19, 20, 22a23, 25, 40a41, 64, 70a71, 84 history of, 4a6 literary techniques for, ... line breaks; onomatopoeia; rhymes/ rhyming; stanzas) poets Akhmatova, Anna, 81 Basho, Matsuo, 17, 23 Bervin, Jen, 14 Dahl, Roald, 3anbsp;...
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