<b>Illuminating Texts</b> - The Power of Poetry
AbstractThe lyrical language and rhythmic patterns of poetry provide so many learning experiences -- opportunities for reading out loud, for memorization and choral speaking, as well as for independent reading and writing. Whether you are a parent, a classroom teacher or a librarian, poetry can enrich your book experiences with kids. Here are some thoughts about activities for writing poetry with kids that have proven to be successful and satisfying.
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