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Time for Poetry by May Hill Arbuthnot
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Apr 15, 2009

bookshelves: children-s-lit-class

Myra Cohn Livinston: "Sliding." The words of this poem are arranges so they cleverly look like stairs. She tells of all the fun places she slid: sled, trunk, roof, hill...

David mcCord: "So run along and Play." This fun poem tells of running and playing. Then he doesn't know where to run so decides to walk and realizes how fun running is!.

Eve Merriam: "Two from the Zoo." This would be a fun poem to talk about different animals. It talks of a random animal called a skink; the kids could also make up their own animal.

Barbara Juster Evsensen: "Prediction." This tells of new snowfall; it is contemplative. It would be fun to introduce during the first snow of the winter.

karla Kuskin: "Tiptoe." This is a cute poem about skipping and tiptoeing on her hands. It is silly and kids would love it!

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