January 13 is Poetry Break Day! I sure could use a poetry break! Here’s a big poetry resource list to make reading and writing poetry lessons fun!
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.
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 …
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Fantastic resource list for learning throughout January!
Free Resources and Activities Updated for 2020!
Free resources and activities for teaching Christmas!
This will be my twenty-first December of teaching Christmas related lessons! Quite a few of those have been with online resources. Here’s the roundup of my Christmas themed resource and idea blog posts (all have been recently checked and updated!)
Here’s a free printable of the “Holiday” related list of December’s Special Days CHRISTMAS THEMED SPECIAL DAYS
This is my collection of Advent and Christmas Countdown, cross curricular resources from a few years ago. These made everyday until Christmas even more special https://stilllearningsomethingnew.com/2013/12/06/countdown-to-christmas/
And another cross curricular Christmas Countdown and Advent Resource List https://stilllearningsomethingnew.com/2014/12/06/learning-christmas-with-countdowns/
We have learned about Christmas traditions from around…
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Happy Homeschooling, And Happy Thanksgiving!