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Daily Lit Bit - 4/24/19

You want your students to become flexible in their understanding of words. They need to realize that words can have shades of meaning – they need to understand slightly different meanings in different texts.  (continue reading)
Wed, Apr 24, '19

Teacher Tip: Use Tongue Twisters to Play with Words

Try using tongue twister poems in your classroom!  (continue reading)
Tue, Apr 23, '19

Teacher Tip: Sequencing Lines of a Poem

Try this tip out out with a first grade poem.  (continue reading)
Tue, Apr 16, '19

Daily Lit Bit - 4/11/19

Children love poetry with rhythm and rhyme; the language of poetry sings inside their heads. As they grow in experience, they also learn to appreciate poetry without rhyme, as well as the sensory images and unique perspectives it evokes.  (continue reading)
Thu, Apr 11, '19

Teacher Tip: Draw Pictures of a Poetry Chart Poem

Poetry charts can encourage children to think about how illustrations can support a poem.  (continue reading)
Tue, Apr 9, '19

Enrich Your Classroom with Poetry Charts for Shared Reading

The shared reading of poetry is a fun way for children to become aware of the phonological system of language.  (continue reading)
Fri, Apr 5, '19

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