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Some SPRING Freebies & Poems

My spring break is almost over (sniff sniff).

But happily, I'm starting the week out with these fun spring poems and writing activities.

I'm going to start the day with this lovely poem by Meish Goldfish. I found this particular copy at Mrs. Wills' Kindergarten blog. Thank you, DeeDee!


Later in the day, I'm going to read the kids a couple of spring books. I can't remember which ones I have at school, but these look perfectly suitable!


Then the kids will partner talk about signs of spring before sharing with the group and working on these spring/winter organizers I found at Can Teach.


Once these are completed the kids will write their own Goodbye Winter, Hello Spring poems. Here's an example of what I mean:

And they'll print them on this cute little frame:



You can grab all the templates for these SPRING goodies RIGHT HERE!  




12 comments

  1. LOVE this post. I am sooooooo done with winter! Unfortunately it isn't done with me!
    Jenny

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  2. I love Spring! thankfully, here in FL, we've been having spring for some time now :)

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  3. I have things I am supposed to be doing this week, but I think I am going to HAVE to squeeze in some time for some spring poetry! I love your Hello/Goodbye poem! So cute! I think that will help me deal with spring break coming to a close. haha Thanks for sharing!
    Kelly
    I'm Not Your Grandpa, I'm Your Teacher

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  4. Love these ideas. Thanks for sharing!

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  5. Thanks! this will go perfectly with my shared reading this week!

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  6. You'll have to share their poems with us.
    ❀ Tammy
    Forever in First

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  7. Love the Hello/Goodbye poem! I think we are all ready to say goodbye to dreary and hello to warm sunshine. Sorry it is the end of spring break for you!
    Lori
    Conversations in Literacy

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  8. Good bye stormy skies ... hello springtime strawberries! What a fun poetry exercise. Thanks for sharing a peek into your post-break week. This is perfect to kick of National Poetry Month down here.

    Barbara

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  9. Yaay Spring! Good bye horizontal rain. Hello cherry blossoms.

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  10. And for a twist from Australia...
    goodbye summer swelter
    Hello winter woollies!
    We are so far apart, yet so close, love it!
    Julie:-)
    Mrs Stowe's Kinder Cottage

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  11. Thanks for the freebie! We've already created a class chart of ideas following this format, so a perfect follow up!

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