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Teacher Tip: Using Poetry Charts in PreK

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When using poetry charts, here is a tip to try out with this classic poem. Divide the class in half. Taking a familiar poem, have half the group read (or say) the poem up to the rhyming word and stop. Let the other half of the class shout the rhyming word.

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