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Help a Child Write a Poem

 

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Help a Child Write a Poem

Grades K – 6
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International Reading Association

Tip Topic Tips for Teaching Writing
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maggie lindberg

October 19, 2014

it was really fun to help a child make a poem. I'm really looking forward to meeting that child again. Thank you so much for me to actually help a child. :)

 

Emily Stevenson

February 03, 2013

Thanks for providing such comprehensive instructions. My daughter and I sat down to compose a poem, and throughout the process we found your list very helpful. I blog about the family friendly lifestyle at http://forevertogetherfamily.blogspot.com and have referenced this site in a message that will post next week.

Thanks for all you do! Take care.

 

shyane

October 11, 2012

wow good for kids

 

 

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