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Poetry: Poetry

What is Poetry?

  • A form of writing that expresses an idea or feeling
  • Written in verse or lines
  • There is often a rhythm or rhyme in the combination of words
  • Poems often use imagery to help the reader feel or see
  • There are many different types of poetry with specific formats like Haiku, Diamante, Acrostic, etc.
  • Anyone can write a poem!

Novels in verse

Novels in verse tell a story through the format of poetry.

Poetry Books in our Library

The call number for poetry in the library is 811.
Here's a few favorites:

Try Magnetic Poetry

 

Click on the picture to make a copy of the Magnetic Poetry Jamboard.

1 minute video directions HERE

Poem in Your Pocket Day is April 29, 2021

Click on this template to make a poem in your pocket slide.


From Poets.org: Print one of these poems and illustrate it.  Put it in your pocket or give it to someone on April 29, 2021.

Fun with Shel Silverstein

The Hill We Climb