If you follow me at all, you know that I'm passionate about poetry.
I want my students to share that passion, so I start teaching with poetry on day 1.
All of those new school supplies are quite exciting! So, we write concrete poetry about them. For example:
Ask your students to choose one of their supplies or an object related to school. Then instruct them to draw the object. To make a concrete poem, they should write their thoughts about the subject around the shape or fill it with words and phrases pertaining to it. If you work with young children, provide simple pictures of school related objects like these:
My concrete poem example with the glue bottle rhymes. Depending on the ages and abilities of your students, you can decide whether or not to require rhymes.
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Cheers to the new school year!