Stopping by the Library on an April Day
It's April and
National Poetry Month
. Time to remind kids who think they hate poetry how much fun it can be.
To help you get the job done, I've put together
a display to captivate the masses.
Yours in poetry,
I think that I shall never see a display as lovely as a poet-tree
Bring poetry to life for all ages (but especially kids!) with a poet-tree.
Discover how to
create a participatory poet-tree display
in your library with any space or budget parameters you may have.
Two ways to find the article:
Steal this idea poetry (then click on the Lists & Articles tab)
Gather ye poems while ye may
Look what I made you. Go ahead,
Go ahead. Do it.
Ready to make your own poet-tree?
You'll need a sign so that it's clear
you want kids to participate.
You'll need some
fun poetry books for your display
Here are two of Novelist's Recommended Reads lists to get you started:
Poetry for Younger Kids (0-8)
Poetry for Older Kids (9-12)
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