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Inferencing and Questioning in “The Daydreamer” Lesson

Inferencing and Questioning in "The Daydreamer" Lesson Inferencing and Questioning in "The Daydreamer" Rubric Want a way to get students to make inferences and ask questions about a text while addressing bullying issues? This lesson for fourth through eighth graders is the first in a serie ...

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Adding Details and Emotional Color to Writing Lesson

Adding Details and Emotional Color to Writing Lesson Adding Details and Emotional Color to Writing Rubric Beginning writers often leave out details that add color, emotion, and sensory elements to stories, poems, and nonfiction text. Likewise, beginning actors often create characters with ...

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What to Feed a Tarantula Poem

What to Feed a Tarantula Poem This tarantula proves to be a very loyal pet… perhaps to a fault! In this poem, the narrator has a very sweet friendship with their pet tarantula, until a bullying cousin comes to visit and things take an unfortunate turn. Students in grades 2-7 can practice ...

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The Playground Poem

The Playground Poem Will this kid ever put down the game controller? It seems unlikely, until they meet a new friend who changes everything. This thrilling poem describes what happens when two children bond over their shared love of video games and bring their virtual worlds to life throug ...

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The Old House Poem

The Old House Poem This haunted house contains a surprise that no one could ever guess… In this poem, two kids visit a spooky old house where there may or may not be a ghost. Students in grades 3-7 will have so much fun with this poem! Opportunities for skill building include: adding det ...

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Hat or No Hat Poem

Hat or No Hat Poem To Hat or Not to Hat? That is the question… This poem deals with the age-old conflict between parents and children over whether to wear a hat in cold weather. Students in grades K-1 can practice imitation skills with this piece, while students in grades 2-4 may work on ...

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Careful Spider Poem

Careful Spider Poem What happens to a careful spider when they confront a big bird? Nothing good! Students in grades 1-3 can practice animal characters, imitative action, and dialogue skills in this exciting poem. This piece includes opportunities for integrating Language Arts through disc ...

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Sick Poem

Sick Poem This student can’t wait to go to school and play with their friends... until they remember they have a big test scheduled. Students in grades 1-5 may work on understanding conflict, incorporating dialogue or identifying story elements with this goofy poem.We have also included ...

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Payback Poem

Payback Poem This older brother should have thought twice before picking on his younger sibling! This dynamic poem has many exciting moments for students to act out, including a magic spell and a dramatic animal transformation. Students in grades 2-6 can practice action/reaction, adding de ...

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Metamorphosis Poem

Metamorphosis Poem What happens when a mischievous child messes with the wrong witch? This poem tells the cautionary tale of a troublemaker who can’t seem to follow directions, with vivid imagery and a shocking ending! Students in grades 1-5 can practice action/reaction, problem solving, ...

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Lizard Poem

Lizard Poem A lizard causes chaos in the classroom in this quick poem! Students in grades 2-7 can practice transformation and playwriting skills. In addition, you may play a fun tag game inspired by this poem that students will love! We have included some recommended step-by-step delivery ...

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It Was A Silly Afternoon Poem

It Was A Silly Afternoon Poem A raccoon dressed to the nines? An armadillo in a pillow hat? A whooping crane with a cane?—What could possibly be going on? This poem is a great way for students in grades 2-6 to practice their transformation skills. In addition, you may integrate Language ...

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Ice Cream Poem

Ice Cream Poem Will life ever be the same again? This silly poem about a child mourning a melting ice cream cone is perfect for grades 2-5. Actors can practice collaboration, believable action, narrator skills, and problem solving as they create a dramatic scene. We have also included some ...

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Hide and Seek Poem

Hide and Seek Poem There’s nothing better than a cup of tea with a spoonful of revenge! This narrator locks their sister in the bathroom after a game of Hide and Seek goes awry. The poem provides a great opportunity for students in grades 3-7 to practice imitation and storytelling skills ...

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Grandpa Poem

Grandpa Poem A game of “Cat and Mouse”! A chase! A battle! This heartwarming poem describes a fun-filled visit with Grandpa. Students can practice imitation and narrator skills, as well as build on their imagination and negotiation skills. We have also included some recommended step-by ...

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