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Interactive Tools Help Kids with the Craft of Writing Poems

I love to read my students' poems, and these interactives and poetry collections provide them inspiration and guidance. I've seen sparks of creativity fly for children and teens alike. The collections of poems include classic favorites as well as works by contemporary authors AND kids. And readers have added another dozen of their favorite websites to the readers' recommendations list at the end of this article.

Although they are enthusiastic, my students sometimes find writing verse to be a challenge. They struggle with choosing just the right word. Or they are unsure if they had the right form. How do you write a haiku? How about an acrostic or a limerick?

That's where these writing tools and examples help. Many of them have forms, tips and scaffolding. A few even give your kids the opportunity to submit their finished works of poetic art for online publication. Added bonus - many of the sites also have lesson plans for teachers.

#1 ReadWriteThink Poetry Interactives

ReadWriteThink is one of the foremost websites in providing online reading and writing activities for students and lesson plan ideas for teachers. They have several interactives and an app kids can use to wax poetic.

Each interactive is accompanied by lesson plan ideas for students at various grade levels. Be sure to print or copy each completed poetic masterpiece! They cannot be saved online.

The interactives described below provide step-by-step instructions for creating word mover, acrostic, diamante, letter, riddle and shape writing poems.

Word Mover Interactive & App
Word Mover Interactive & App
Acrostic Poem Interactive
Acrostic Poem Interactive
Diamante Poem Interactive
Diamante Poem Interactive
 Letter Poem Creator
Letter Poem Creator
Riddle Poem Creator
Riddle Poem Creator
Shape Theme Poem Interactive
Shape Theme Poem Interactive

Word Mover Interactive

The Word Mover interactive and Word Mover app for iPad invite kids to verse by manipulating word tiles. Students can add their own word tiles, choose backgrounds, and share their poems by email, Facebook, Twitter and more.

Acrostic Poem Interactive

The Acrostic Poem interactive provides a form where you pick your main word, then write words that start with the letters of the main word. After you brainstorm your acrostic words, you type in the ones that best describe your main word. The interactive will suggest other words when you point at a letter in the main word. You can then print your work or go back and make changes.

Diamante Poem Interactive

Using the Diamante Poem interactive, kids create verse in the shape of a diamond. They select a central theme, then use adjectives, -ing verbs, and nouns to "paint" the theme. The interactive has examples to guide the poet. There are also pop-ups on the fill-in-the-blank diamante form to help guide the student through the parts of speech that make up this form.

Letter Poem Creator

Letter Poem Creator is designed for students in grades 3-5. Using the example in the interactive, students insert line breaks, thus turning narrative into verse. The model explains the process of breaking a letter into ideas, and stanzas.

Riddle Poem Interactive

Middle school kids in grades 6-8 can "riddle me this" poetically. The Riddle Interactive helps students to make use of simile, metaphor and metonymy. Students design a riddle around an answer, such as a door or grass. They brainstorms words associated with the answer, their synonyms, antonyms. The best riddles use as many of the senses as possible.

Shape Theme Poems Interactive

The Shape Theme Poems interactive was designed to help elementary students gel thoughts based on a theme in the shape of the theme-related object. This interactive tool provides 32 different shapes around such themes as sports, nature and school to spur creativity.

Shape Theme Poems is now also available as a free app for iPad, iPhone and Android.


#2 Giggle Poetry

Tons of funny poems for kids

Giggle Poetry by Meadowbrook Press offers several poetry activities. Take a class and learn how to write different kinds of poems. Have a poetry tongue twister race. Answer a rhyme-time riddle, or fill-in-the-blank to complete a poem. Perform a poetic play. Read interviews with some well-known children's poets, and email them a question. And, of course, browse through the online library of hundreds of poems for kids.

#3 Rhyming Dictionary

Find a rhyme in time

RhymeZone's Rhyming Dictionary helps kids in their struggle to find words that express their feelings and ideas. It goes well beyond helping kids to find rhyming words. Use it to find synonyms, antonyms, as well as words with similar sounds or consonants (alliteration). You can even see where Shakespeare has used your word in his works. RhymeZone also has dictionary definitions, homophones, and letter matching

Other resources on this site include the works of Shakespeare, Mother Goose poems, a poetry forum, and several vocabulary games - lots of goodies for young and old poetry lovers.

#4 Poetry 180

A Peom a Day for High School Students

Poetry 180 provides schools, classrooms, and homeschooled teens an opportunity to listen to poems by popular contemporary poets. Designed for pure enjoyment - there's no need to analyze or write about the poems. One a day is typically read as part of morning or afternoon announcements.

Each poem is accompanied by a brief bio of the author, background of the poem, and a link to more detailed information about the author's work.

Billy Collins, U.S. Poet Laureate, 2001-2003, is the host of this series that resides on the Library of Congress website. He provides guidance on how to use the poems, and an example of how to read one that is particularly helpful.

#5 Writing with Writers: Poetry

Lesson unit resources for poetry writing and online publication

Spend some time with writers of children's poetry at Scholastic's Writing with Writers: Poetry. Three well-known poets discuss samples of their work, and give kids advice on their own poetry writing. You'll also find guidance for publishing your kids' poems in the lesson planning resources for teachers and homeschool parents.

Watch Jack Prelutsky, Children's Poet Laureate, as he waxes poetic with a selection of his works. Karla Kushin offers kids in grades 4-89 her poetry writing and revising tips. Jean Marzollo, the writer of the well-known I Spy riddles, offers guidance and tips to kids on creating their own "I Spy" riddles. And K-12 students have the opportunity to publish their poems to this site.

Try the interactive Poetry Idea Engine to create and print a limerick, haiku, cinquain or free verse.

#6 ShelSilverstein.com

It's so Shel !

Shel Silverstein's Official Site for Kids is all about the fun of Shel Silverstein. Every child I know has been captivated and amused by the off-kilter poetic sense of Silverstein and his equally oddball illustrations. His website is very much in the same vein. The audio on the site helps you to fully appreciate and play along with his poetic hijinks.

Time for a poem . . .

#7 Poetry Splatter

Takes creative writing of poetry to the artistic level

Reading is Fundamental invites kids to splat a poem at Poetry Splatter. The student picks a poem theme in her age group (up to age 14). When she splats, a group of color-coded words sprays the work area. She moves her word choices to the fill-in-the-blank spots. Voila - instant poem! She can print it or start over and try out other words.

Turn on the speakers or headphones for this one.

#8 Poetry4Kids.com

Funny and popular poems

Poetry4Kids.com is home to the works of Ken Nesbitt, Children's Poet Laureate, and it is a poetry playground. Kids read and rate the poems on this website. You'll see funny ones, the newest ones and the most popular ones. There are lessons on writing funny poems, including clerihews and exaggeration poems. And there's a simple rhyming dictionary.

If you register (for free), you can enter poetry contests, participate in a poetry forum, and even keep a poetry journal.

#9PoetryTeachers.com

Poetry lesson plans and poetry writing forms

PoetryTeacher.com is the sister site of Giggle Poetry. I've used many of their ideas for activities with my students. Have your students perform poetry theater. And see instructions for how to teach writing different kinds of poems.

There's advice from Bruce Lansky on how to get kids excited about poetry, and advice from Kathy Norris about how to read poetry in front of the class. Invite a poet or writer to your school via their link to AuthorinSchools.com.

#10 Poetry Foundation

Videos of poetry and author interviews

Get some inspiration for a video creation from the beautiful selection on the Poetry Foundation website. In addition to the video collection, there are interviews with well-known poets, including the Children's Poet Laureate.

Among their other resources is a Poetry Tool, where you can browse through a selection by age group or category. Teachers and homeschooling parents will find lesson plan ideas in their Learning Lab resources.

Take your poetry on the go, with their Poetry apps for iPhone, iPad, and Android devices. Browse by category, or search by poet or a line of poetry. Or give your device a shake to discover a random new poem.

#11 Teen Ink Poetry

Teen get feedback and publish poetry

Teen Ink offers teenagers a forum and showplace for the poetic works they write. Teens submit their original works and their peers vote on those they like most. The most popular poems posted by teens are showcased on Teen Ink. There's a forum for teens to get feedback on their poetry and share their ideas. And Teen Ink offers similar opportunities for teens who write fiction and non-fiction stories.

#12 Poets.org

by the Academy of American Poets

Poets.org has extensive educational resources for high school teachers to use with students. There are curriculum and lesson plan ideas, a teacher discussion forum, essays and tips on teaching poetry. There is also an anthology of poems to share with students.

Interactive Poetry Websites & Apps
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Interactive Poetry Websites & Lessons

LearningReviews.com Poetry Websites section has a list of more than 50 interactive websites and lessons. They include forms, collections of children's verse, websites for publishing children's and teens' works and lesson plan ideas and activities. There are also websites for helping kids find rhyming words and synonyms, and printable patterns for shape poems.

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These are the Hands - by Michael Rosen, British Children's Poet Laureate

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Have you tried writing poetry using interactive poetry sites? - Or do you teach with them? 96 comments

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EdTecher 15 months ago from USA Author

The interactives and apps described above on ReadWriteThink (#1 on the list) are games that provide scaffolding for kids writing poetry. Poetry Splatter (#7 on the list) does much the same. My students have particularly enjoyed ReadWriteThink's haiku interactive.


Elijah 15 months ago

are their games on this website ?


Janis 22 months ago

Hi Heidi,

I run a site with rhyming dictionary and other tools for creative writing. Here is link http://www.rhymedesk.com

I hope this site might become a fun and educational resource for kids who want to compose their own poems. If you have a spare minute, please, check it out.

thanks!


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Heidi Vincent 2 years ago from GRENADA

lravidlearner, this is an excellent collection of poetry websites for children! Your little write up on each gives a good idea of how each differs from the other. Thanks for sharing these resources.


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Nithya Venkat 2 years ago from Dubai

I love reading and writing poems. Thank you for sharing this extensive an very useful list. Great lens and thumbs up. I have not yet used interactive sites for poetry.


SteveKaye 3 years ago

Actually, I write poems while writing in my journal. They just appear while I'm lost in the space of free thinking.

I suspect that children find it easier to write poetry than adults because they (children) don't know they can't.


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blessedmomto7 3 years ago

Thanks for all the info on poetry sites. It will come in handy for homeschooling next year.


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kathysart 3 years ago

I have never tried interactive sites to write my poetry. So funny cause I didn't even know they existed. Wow I will have to check them out. I so appreciate your lens most especially directed towards children writing poetry. It is such a blessing to the human spirit to do anything creative.


anonymous 3 years ago

Thanks for these great resources for Poetry Month!


Margot_C 3 years ago

Wow, another great resource! I love poetry and can still remember poems I memorized as a kid. I only wish I was better at writing them. Thanks for all the legwork.


anonymous 3 years ago

Poetry for children, I love it!


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neotony 3 years ago

no but i'm so glad to have this resource available.


mistaben 3 years ago

Helpful poetry resources for children =)


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John Dyhouse 3 years ago from UK

Some of these seem like fun, I might well try one or two myself when I need a little inspiration


anonymous 3 years ago

Great resource, it is very interesting :)


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nicewriter lm 3 years ago

i just write poetry on paper.


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sentanta lm 3 years ago

I read this lens just to make sure Shel Silverstein was here. He was a big part of my childhood, and I remember being really sad when I heard he had passed.


anonymous 4 years ago

Returning with fresh angel dust for this 2010 LotD winning resource.


jazziyarbrough 4 years ago

Have not tried either, but thanks to your wonderful lens I am going to try it! Thank you so much for sharing, lovely idea and excellent post.


Storytutor 4 years ago

So fun! Love the Rhymezone Dictionary and what IS one dentist more or less?!


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WritingForChange 4 years ago

Great resource. I'm a homeschooling mom working on writing poetry right now. Will definitely be referring to the sites on this list. Liked and shared!


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amberchina 4 years ago

I've been a "techy" writing teacher for 3 years--how did I not know about all these cool sites?! Thanks so much for the education. :) I just featured your lens on my "The Best Summer Learning Activities and Projects by Subject" lens.


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JoyfulReviewer 4 years ago

Thanks for compiling this unique and informative lens ... full of helpful resources. ~~Blessed~~


seopintar 4 years ago

how long you made this lens with various source? I think I can make in in a month works


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dahlia369 4 years ago

Great collection of resources, very helpful!! :)


Edutopia 4 years ago

Great topic! Whatever helps fuel interests in literature and literacy in kids is something we should promote at all costs.


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earthybirthymum 4 years ago from Ontario, Canada

Great lense! I'll be back later to access some of the resources you suggested.


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waldenthreenet 4 years ago

Is poetry a way of story telling for kids--poetry out loud ? Congrads on your Squidoo level 56. Am going for next level. Will visit again soon. Thanks.


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Adele Jeunette 4 years ago

Thanks for putting this together. I teach creative writing for kids at a library, but don't have enough computers to use interactive poetry sites :-(

But I hope to adapt some of these on paper.


anonymous 4 years ago

Well I've tried writing poetry so much! And I'm good at it :-). My friends and my teachers appreciate my poetry.


Buchamar 4 years ago

Great Topic and strategies! Thank you!


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Lee Nitus 4 years ago

I have not.. but this is an excellent poetry for kids page!


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Tamara14 4 years ago from Zagreb, Croatia, Europe

This is just beautiful lens and a very good topic. If only my 9 year old daughter knew English more than she does :) Blessed by a SquidAngel!


baby-strollers 4 years ago

Love the rosen poetry, just fantastic.


Anderotin 4 years ago

I also write children's poetry, but do not dare to publish them.


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desa999 lm 4 years ago

I did some teaching in high schools and some classes really enjoyed writing their own poems as well as reading them. Nice lens withsome great material


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sunsetsunrise lm 4 years ago

I didn't even know there were poetry websites for kids...how cool!


HuntAndFishGuides 4 years ago

Great list! I will definitely check out the giggle poetry site with my kiddo after he gets home from school. :)


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garyrh1 4 years ago

These are some great links. I've been searching for poetry related stuff for years and haven't seen some of these. Great job.


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waldenthreenet 4 years ago

I just learned about this lens. There is a lot of information here but I love your basic premise on inspiring kids to write poetry. I just did a lens on my shortend version of favorite poets. I write a few poems frm time to time. But they come from within me and inspired by a vast amount of knowledge I have accumulated from reading poetry of those who inspire me. SO that tehcnique may be good fit for some kids, ie, be inspired by those few you learn to admire. Focus on emotion and person rather than be driven by technique. Topic 02: Poetry reading loud is an art that we have lost in America for some reason. We need to inspire kids to be great poetry dramatists like those who exist in the Russian Culture and French Culture for example. So is poetry recitation is worthwhile topic with support from not only teachers but also community ? THis can be done easy enough once a decision is made, that yes, poetry reading out loud is a valueable skill, not only for poets but also for those who go into theater and drama, reading other people's poems, perhaps a fellow student, or from a poet one admires from history. Comments ?


anonymous 4 years ago

Wow!! Thanks for writing on this topic. I have never used any site to write poems...I used to write poems when I was in my teens!! It was a favorite hobby of mine :)

I haven't written poems for a while now...will definitely brush up on my poetry writing skills!!


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diaperbagdiva lm 4 years ago

I went through this with my son and participated in some of the posted activities. Awesome lens!


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Zodiacimmortal 4 years ago from Yonkers, NY

Added as Featured Lenses to Epic Ballad of Poetry (just realised It was only in a links section)


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franstan lm 4 years ago

This is a fantastic collection of poetry sites for kids. Congratulations and Blessed


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Franksterk 4 years ago from California

Wow. I wish they had all this fun stuff when I was in grade school. I was horrible at writing poetry. Thanks for sharing. Blessed. Bear hugs, Frankster


kimmanleyort 4 years ago

No, I haven't but this is a great resources for anyone and especially kids. Wonderful and blessed.


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CruiseReady 4 years ago from East Central Florida

No, I haven't, but I can see that these would be very useful indeed! Love the crocodile toothache video!


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ZenandChic 4 years ago

Cool resource! I have been to the Shel Silverstein one. It's cool! Blessed by the poetry angel!


anonymous 4 years ago

Poetry is wonderful vehicle of expression!!


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TeacherRenee 5 years ago

You have such a wonderful list of resources here, I just emailed a link to this lens to all my former kindergarten teaching colleagues. Thanks for sharing.


decaf95 5 years ago

it can show kids an interset in poetry


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LTPParents 5 years ago

What a great resource for teaching kids about poetry!


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WorldVisionary3 5 years ago

I love poetry and so do my daughters. Great lens!


bestkidsfun 5 years ago

Nice educational information for kids. Well done.


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Philippians468 5 years ago

poetry is amazing for children to help them express themselves creatively! cheers


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JeanJohnson LM 5 years ago

ive written a lot of poetry through the years, it's nice to know there are an abundant of sites to visit. the one i used as a teenager is no longer a website, wish i could find it for my old poems. thanks for this lens


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pacrapacma lm 5 years ago

My nine year old son shows some talent with writing poetry and likes to read funny poetry. He has two younger siblings. We haven't found the time to explore poetry writing like we should. I think he'd love it and be good at it. I voted for one site, Welcome to PS4K. Kid poems and stories can be submitted and voted on. I added your plexo to my recent LOTD lens, Reading Starts at Home. I hope more people vote and check out your sites.

I haven't even touched the surface of the valuable information you've shared on this lens. My son and I will be back!


anonymous 5 years ago

I will make it a point to visit these gorgeous websites, they are good even for grownups. Thumbs up.


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suzyjahi 5 years ago

no but I love poetry


anonymous 5 years ago

No..not yet...honestly I never knew about interactive poetry site...not until I read your lens


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blujeanmomma 5 years ago from Rocky Mountains

I wish that teachers in years past would have made learning fun as you are showing on your lens. I was brought up with the recite, recite, recite and it wasn't until I was out of school that I started to appreciate poetry.

Fun lens and I'll have have to check out a few of your resources (you have a great extensive list)


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LoKackl 5 years ago

This is a fun site and what a great idea! Nice to meet you - now I'm one of your fans, too! Rolling with pleasure to http://hubpages.com/family/emily-dickinson-childre...


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xenoc 5 years ago

great lens i enjoyed reading it


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Nancy Hardin 5 years ago from Las Vegas, NV

Shel Silverstein is one of my favorites. My kids and grandkids love poetry because they grew up with it. I really enjoyed this lens.


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kimark421 5 years ago

Super lens. I love Shel Silverstein. Then again, who doesn't? Thanks for the great links.


pastakare 5 years ago

wow...good lens!


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BrandonJames926 5 years ago

Great lens...I just put together one about Shel Silverstein the other day!


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reflectionhaiku 5 years ago

Not yet, but will check them out. Amazing lens! Many great resources about poetry for kids. Thans for sharing.


anonymous 5 years ago

I have a website to help inspire kids to write poetry, www.joe-sottile.com


christian-book-man 6 years ago

Great Job on your lens ! Now I know where to look when my kid needs another poem to recite in school !


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lasertek lm 6 years ago

I have never really tried wiring poetry using interactive sites. I could give it a try though. This lens convinced me.


anonymous 6 years ago

No but what a great idea. Poetry seems to be a lost art these days. Thanks for the great lens


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GonnaFly 6 years ago from Australia

What a fabulous resource. I'll be coming back here again for sure! Congratulations on LotD.


anonymous 6 years ago

Very innovative lens for all poetry lovers.I like poetry.You have provided lots of interesting sites to keep in touch with poetry.


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MyFairLadyah2 6 years ago

Kids are young; they soak up much

Why not poetry have them clutch?

Congrats on LOTD


anonymous 6 years ago

What a wonderful lens to visit and find resources for children. Congratulations on LOTD!

Susie


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Virginia Allain 6 years ago from Central Florida

I've used the instant poetry forms and it's very gratifying to see the results. Great topic. I'll tell my friends with children about it.


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JoyfulPamela2 6 years ago from Pennsylvania, USA

These look fun! I'll try them out with the children. Thank you and congratulations on LOTD!


Nikki-Cheeks 6 years ago

NEVER and now I'm going to...oh but of course, with my daughters ; )

Congrats on the Lens of the Day ! And Shel is my true fave, thanx or including him : )


anonymous 6 years ago

My son loves poetry, and he's quite the rhyming poet already. Thanks for this useful lens of poetry sites. Congrats on LotD!


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stacy mcdaniel 6 years ago

Congratulations on lens of the day. I love the riddle poems. I remember them from when I was a kid. Fun Lens!


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myraggededge 6 years ago

Congratulations on Lens of the Day

Now we're looking at poetry in a brand new way.

Your page is great - a cut above the rest...

So by a Squid Angel you've been blessed!

:-)


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Lee Hansen 6 years ago from Vermont

Anything that gets kids writing, reading and being creative gets high marks from me. One of the most popular sections on my web sites is the "shape papers with lines" section. My daughter loved Shel Silverstein - me, I'm a spoken word groupie from Cambridge/Boston ... I love poetry, performance or written.


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Shades-of-truth 6 years ago from USA

No, I cannot say that I have, but have written hundreds of poems - usually, unintentionally. Once you get started, it is hard to stop. Some of my grandchildren will love this! Terrific job!


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Rusty Quill 6 years ago

Great lens - I love the giggle poetry from Meadowbrook (I actually applied for a job there out of collage, but alas no luck :) ) and thanks for submitting some lenses to Review Central - I'll certainly add a category for educational kids site reviews.


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mbgphoto 6 years ago from O'Fallon, Missouri, USA

These sites look great. This is a wonderful gathering of resources. Thank you for your testimony on In2Books on my Mentoring Children lens Last year was my first year with In2Books and I'm looking forward to this years pen pal.


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junebugco 7 years ago

Thanks to poetry I have found a use for the dangling modifyer.


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KimGiancaterino 7 years ago

My step-son needed help with a Haiku recently. His teacher had given the wrong formula in the homework instructions, but we found help online. Excellent resource... Squid Angel Blessed.


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AlexandraHubbard 7 years ago

what a nice lens! As a future teacher, I think this is so useful! 5* from me!


anonymous 7 years ago

Cool sites for children.

Thanks for sharing

Kids

The kids smiles spread

And so dose the atmosphere

They make the world spin

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tandemonimom lm 7 years ago

Great page - I love poetry, and need to "do" it more with my kids. 5*


anonymous 7 years ago

little miss bread

fell on her head

she couldn't see anything after

she went to see a nurse

the nurse brought up a hearse

and little miss bread was dead

that was my poem! i hope u liked it!


teenadvocate 7 years ago

Great resouce. I will be teaching poetry in the Spring and I will definitely use some of your links.


GrowWear 7 years ago

Excellent resource. My grandson (8) is learning about -- and liking -- poetry, so he'll be trekking over here with me next time! 5*Fav


anonymous 7 years ago

What a brilliant resource - my daughter likes to write poems. Thank you! We will be back!


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JoleneBelmain 7 years ago

I am a huge Shel Silverstein fan, I have owned 4 of his books since I was very little, and enjoy them very very much. Welcome to the Poetry Poetry Poetry group.

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