Poetry Resources

We study poetry several times throughout the school year.  Sometimes we read, occasionally memorize, and sometimes we create. The following is my resource list that I have used time and time again.

Poetry Terms                                                                             https://www.brighthubeducation.com/english-homework-help/65313-poetry-terms-made-easy/

Figures of Speech and Poetic Devices Printable Mini Posters           https://jimmiescollage.com/figures-of-speech-printables/

Types of Poems Definitions and Examples               https://www.familyfriendpoems.com/poems/other/

Poetry for the Well Read Student (middle, high, and college) https://americanliterature.com/poetry-for-students

Poetry for Children                                                                                 https://americanliterature.com/poems-for-kids

Printable Holiday Poems for Children                             http://www.apples4theteacher.com/poetry.html

Writing Poetry Resources and Activities                                                          https://writeshop.com/poetry-lessons-teaching-writing-poems/

Activities, Reading Guides, and Articles about Reading, Writing, and Teaching Poetry https://www.poets.org/poetsorg/resources-teachers

Find rhymes, synonyms, adjectives, and more!                                                  https://www.rhymezone.com/

Creating Poetry and Interactive Tools  (my boys love using the interactives!)                                       http://www.readwritethink.org/search/?resource_type=16&type=28

 

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Mosquitoes!

August 20 is World Mosquito Day!  Here are some great free resources for learning about mosquitoes and some activities to try to get rid of them!

Fact Sheets and Anatomy Diagrams (for lower learning levels)                               https://easyscienceforkids.com/all-about-mosquitoes/

https://www.enchantedlearning.com/subjects/insects/mosquito/

Structure and Life Cycle with  Diagrams (advanced level)  http://www.biologydiscussion.com/articles/structure-and-life-cycle-of-mosquito-with-diagram/2675

Fascinating Facts                                                                                  https://www.thoughtco.com/fascinating-facts-about-mosquitoes-1968300

Under the Microscope                                                                    https://www.earthtouchnews.com/natural-world/animal-behaviour/under-the-microscope-the-mosquitos-bite/

Make Mosquito Traps                                                                        https://thehomesteadinghippy.com/diy-mosquito-traps/

Home Remedies to Repel  Mosquitoes                                                 https://homeremedyshop.com/home-remedies-to-repel-mosquitoes/

Natural Bite Remedies                                                       https://www.mnn.com/health/allergies/stories/11-natural-mosquito-bite-remedies

Math Lesson                                                                      https://www.yummymath.com/2018/encouraging-bats-might-be-better-than-using-bug-repellant/

 

 

Relaxation VS Stress – Resource List

Still Learning Something New

Understanding stress and how to relax are life lessons I want my boys to grasp.  According to Special Days in August, the 15th is “Relaxation Day” and the perfect time for us to focus on this topic.  I’ve gathered some resources for our homeschooling lessons and want to share them with you.

“Relax” Synonyms and Antonyms

Free K-12 Teacher Guides –  What stress is and how to manage it.

Best Foods for Stress Relief

Bible Verses About Stress

Top Relaxation Techniques for Children

Relaxation Music and Nature Sound Playlist 

Make a Stress Ball

Massage Tips

Articles with Audio for Students:

The Story on Stress

Five Steps for Fighting Stress

Help Yourself Destress 

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Annie Oakley born August 13, 1860!  A few years ago we added her to our timeline.  Here are the online resources we used as we learned, were entertained, and inspired by this bold and fabulous lady!

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