Poetry Projects with Pizzazz: 15 Easy, Hands-on Poetry Activities That Invite Kids to Write and Publish Their Poems in Unique and Dazzling Ways

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15 Easy, Hands-on Poetry Activities That Invite Kids to Write and Publish Their Poems in Unique and Dazzling Ways
Easy-and -fun projects that guide kids to write super poems, then publish them in 15 fabulous formatsā€¹from puzzles to pop-ups, trioramas to mobiles!… More >>

Price: $6.00



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2 Responses to “Poetry Projects with Pizzazz: 15 Easy, Hands-on Poetry Activities That Invite Kids to Write and Publish Their Poems in Unique and Dazzling Ways”

  1. T. Reinhardt says:

    I am using this in the summer between my sons 6th and 7th grade year. It is excellent. The 15 projects are alot of fun and most projects involve things you would alread have. Anything I would have to buy would not be expensive (popsicle sticks, magnets, paint, etc)

    Besides the fun of doing the projects the types of poetry (which are explained) are fun and age appropreate. The projects are easy to complete and foster a sense of accomplishent. Besides a disciption of each type of peotry there are examples of that type of poem and an example of a completed project.

    The directions are clear although with the list of items needed for the crafts, the poem examples, direction steps etc… it might get overwhelming and it might be better for some children to do this project with a parent. It was certainly more fun for my son to do these things with me than for him to just look through the book and pick one out.

    It is set up for grades 3-6 although I think it could be broader than that. Some projects and poetry forms are quite easy and could be mastered by younger children. Poetry can also be as complex. There are several I can see appealing to teens (the haikus, the inkblot projects, the magnet poems) I can see this being a good *whole family* project book.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  2. K. Lenkowski says:

    This book is filled with some really cute ideas for a poetry unit. Not only does it offer good ideas, it explains the type of poem to use for each project (haiku, tanga, etc.)
    Rating: 5 / 5

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