Shel Silverstein, creator of the beloved poetry collections A Light in the Attic and Falling Up, recites the poem 'Ickle Me, Pickle Me, Tickle Me Too' from Where the Sidewalk Ends, written and illustrated by Shel Silverstein. Visit www.ShelSilverstein.com, the official site for kids, to learn about Shel Silverstein's books, watch exclusive animations, play games, and download fun activities.
Poem in Your Pocket Day is April 26, 2012. This event was started in NYC in 2003 and has spread across the nation with poetry readings and events in libraries, bookstores, parks and schools. This site offers some fun ideas for lessons to celebrate the day.
Every Thing On It by Shel Silverstein is a collection of more than 100 never before published poems by the late children's poet. Here is a activity ideas kit for ways to use the new book in the classroom. Shel Silverstein's website www.shelsilverstein.com has more great lesson plan ideas.
Audio readings of children's poems by Kristine O'Connell George.
Kristine O'Connell George is a award winning children's poet. On her website she has recorded audio files of her poems. This is a wonderful opportunity for your students to hear a poet read their own poetry. Explore Ms. George's website for more lessons and ideas for National Poetry Month.
We at Harriet Headquarters are still feeling the cold this early spring, one could even say we're down right Frosty (happy b-day today, btw), but despite (@monkeyseeblog It's National Poetry Month. Will you #RecordAPoem for us?
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