Category Archives: children’s poetry

30 Poets, 30 Days – New Children’s Poetry

Like children’s poetry? Want to introduce a child or adult to some fun poetry? Check out 30 Poets, 30 Days at GottaBook next month. Every day in April, to celebrate National Poetry Month, Greg will post a previously unpublished poem … Continue reading

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tuck a poem into your child’s lunchbox

Jules and Eisha from the kidlit blog 7 Impossible Things Before Breakfast have a fantastic article up at the Poetry Foundation suggesting fun, silly, and appropriate poems that you can tuck into your child’s lunchbox. Suggestions include poems for a … Continue reading

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Michael Rosen suggests ways to make poetry friendly

Michael Rosen (Michael Rosen’s Sad Book) suggests fifteen ways to make a poetry in the classroom friendly in this Guardian article. The suggestions are, I think, great ones, including posting some poetry in the classroom and then not saying anything … Continue reading

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