This week, we will focus on National Poetry Month! Today is April 21! Enjoy the poems and being creative :).
To answer your question, click on the speech bubble and use this format for your answer: answer to question – first name only – teacher last name (example: 1936 – Peggy – Jones)
Question for Grades 2 and 3:
Go to the Kids Infobits database and search for Parts of a Poem. Read or listen to the article with the GREEN square next to it. After you read the article, answer this question. What is the name of the poem that the article uses as an example in the section on Rhyme? (not the picture at the beginning of the article)
Question for Grades 4 and 5:
Go to the Kids Infobits database and search for Parts of a Poem. Read or listen to the article with the BLUE square next to it. After you read the article, answer this question. What is used for a poet to create a Rhythm in a poem?
Everyone: You may have noticed that the example poem in the article is a poem from Shel Silverstein! You can read the entire poem here: Shel Silverstein Poem.
Drawing by Shel Silverstein.