Enjoying Poetry 101

A Morning Time Methods Training

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  • Nyssa says:

    Exactly what I needed to hear right now. I have been struggling with reading poetry to the kids. Thank you for the cheat sheet.

  • Amy Harter says:

    How fun and easy! Just the nudge I needed as we start our second term. I love the cheat sheet- short and to the point. And the kinetic sand- I’m ordering some for my boys!:)

  • bryn.birt says:

    Thank you for this! Watching your kids listen has given me hope! My kids seem to not be listening when I read and I feel as though I’m reading out loud to myself. But your kids WERE listening AND doing other things. And I’ve thought that reading the poems in a sing-songy way would grab my kids attention more but I’m going to try and read it by the punctuation and see how they listen. My kids are only 4 & 2 and I’m wanting to start slowly by beginning with Morning Time. Your website has helped me so much!

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