Math poetry puts a fun, positive spin on geometry, algebra, fractions, money, or other math concepts.
This poetry roundup has tons of resources, activities, poetry lessons, and freebies for teaching poetry.
Spring is in the air! It’s a great time to look for fresh writing opportunities for your children.
With this rhyming poetry game, kids have fun learning while they’re busy playing with words!
Celebrate this special literary month by hosting a poetry slam, making magnetic poetry, and more!
It’s OK to ask your kids to create something special for you for Mother’s Day. Whether it’s a card, poem, or crafty gift, their efforts will bring you joy!
7 ways to celebrate Poem in Your Pocket Day. Includes free printable poetry bookmarks!
Using these poetry writing prompts, kids create fun or silly poems that include alliteration or rhyme.
Celebrate Poem in Your Pocket Day with favorite poetry book resources and hands-on activities!
I'm excited to welcome Mystie Winckler as a guest blogger today as we continue celebrating National Poetry Month. POETRY IS a wonderful component to add to our school days. It develops language patterns, listening skills, and complex thinking ability. Andrew Pudewa...
Do you have a creative writing center in your home? Don't let the name fool you: these centers are both flexible and portable---whether you have a dedicated school room or you homeschool all over the house! A homeschool creative writing center lets kids practice...
Haiku poems capture a moment in a handful of words and celebrate the beauty of nature!
Are your children interested in entering poetry contests? Don’t fall prey to a slick scam!
Christmas cinquain poems are a fun twist on a familiar poetry pattern. Try one!
Yesterday morning I stumbled upon this poem by Wislawa Szymborska, who received the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1996. I've been thinking a lot lately about descriptive writing and its ability to create impressions, stir emotions, and intimately transport the reader...