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A Poem A Day: 180 Thematic Poems and Activities That Teach and Delight All Year Long

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Here is a big collection of cross-curricular poems written especially for classroom use. You'll find poems that are perfect for every day of the school year and just right for teaching about counting, colors, telling time, animals, adjectives, rhyming, friendship, and more. Each poem includes a curriculum-based activity or literature link. For use with Grades K-3.
Paperback, 136 pages
Published July 1st 1997 by Teaching Resources
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This book contains 180 poems for teachers to use with students. The poems are divided up into several categories, including Me and My World, Primary Concepts, Seasons and Special Days, Animals, Animals, Animals, Science and Nature, and Just for Fun. Activities and book links accompany each poem. The poems in this book are best suited to students in grades K-5.
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fun poems with illustrations. Excellent for teachers
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