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Great poems about school Some are extremely funny #READ KINDLE Ø Do Buses Eat Kids?: Poems about School ë Expertly crafted poems inspired by striking photography make these books delightful introductions to poetry Each collection includes a variety of forms, which are all explained in a Language of Poetry feature Full of engaging wordplay on popular themes, these beautiful books are sure to inspire a love of poetry This poetry anthology is all about school and the funny things that happen there It is a great book for kids to learn about different kinds of poems and the language of poems This would be a great book for a poetry unit Every student can find a poem they like in this book This would be a great share book for the first week of classes in the year You could select and read certain poems to ease the tension of the new school year. Definitely poems that younger students can relate to. This was a fun poem book It has examples of acrostic, cinquain, free verse, haiku, and limerickwith an explanation at the back It uses photography instead of illustrations. This is a book full of poems all about school related themes i rated this 5 5 because this is a resource all children can relate to no matter their age. Cute Poems The photos help with the telling of the poems a very nice idea.Some of the poems really are not complete without the pictures Reading this book in class would allow an opportunity for the teacher to do something similar with their students You could have them create a true mixed media piece of art, visual and literary One could take this a step farther with the older child and add music to the poem reading The children could do this individually or multiple students could do th Cute Poems The photos help with the telling of the poems a very nice idea.Some of the poems really are not complete without the pictures Reading this book in class would allow an opportunity for the teacher to do something similar with their students You could have them create a true mixed media piece of art, visual and literary One could take this a step farther with the older child and add music to the poem reading The children could do this individually or multiple students could do the different art parts separately and then combine The book is different The poems are varied in their content and the way they are presented on the page The addition at the back, The Language of Poetry, defines the different kinds of poems such as Free Verse, Haiku and also important words as Couplet and Rhyme There is also a glossary,internet sites, and other suggestions of books to read OrdinaryPencilBlack tube hidingInside yellow wrappingLeaves a trail of letters, stories,Magic