If poetry is taught the right way, students should be cheering at the thought of a Poetry Workshop day. This blog post outlines the "why" of Poetry Workshop along with tips and tricks that I have picked up to make any poetry unit a raging success in your middle school classroom.

Using a poetry workshop approach - lots of information in this post - from Middle School Teacher to Literacy Coach: Poetry Workshop

Remembrance Day- first read the book, "what does peace feel like." Then we wrote our own version and then colored the picture on our chairs to create texture like in the books illustrations.

Remembrance Day- first read the book, what does peace feel like. Then we wrote our own version and then colored the picture on our chairs to create texture like in the books illustrations.

Remembrance Day- first read the book, "what does peace feel like." Then we wrote our own version and then colored the picture on our chairs to create texture like in the books illustrations.

Remembrance Day- first read the book, what does peace feel like. Then we wrote our own version and then colored the picture on our chairs to create texture like in the books illustrations.

Remembrance Day- first read the book, "what does peace feel like." Then we wrote our own version and then colored the picture on our chairs to create texture like in the books illustrations.

Remembrance Day- first read the book, what does peace feel like. Then we wrote our own version and then colored the picture on our chairs to create texture like in the books illustrations.

Peace and Remembering {Remembrance Day and Veteran's Day Activities, also great for Martin Luther King Jr.Day}

Peace Activities for Remembrance Day and Veterans Day

A post called Peace Activities for Remembrance Day and Veteran's Day, includes a writing lesson and FREE peace writing template and poppy art.

Runde's Room: Remembering Remembrance Day - includes video appropriate for reminding about the importance of a few moments of silence Veterans' Day

In Flanders Field Poem Printable | Poetry in Typography » In Flanders Fields (1915)

In Flanders Fields (1915)

Concrete Poem example: a poppy representing the soldiers who died during WWI -- In Flanders Field Poem Printable

The Tuesday 12: 12 Remarkable Remembrance Day Resources (November 11) - Teaching Rocks!

The Tuesday 12 Remarkable Remembrance Day Resources (November - Teaching Rocks!

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