One-Month Poetry Unit Study
The unit study digital file includes a weekly schedule, as well as detailed instructions for all the included activities. And there are books and materials list at the beginning of the unit to help you know exactly what you will need to complete the activities as you work through the unit. All of this makes this a flexible and easy-to-use study.
As your student completes this literature unit, they will be reading a variety of poetry. The poems included are all free to read in the public domain. But there are also recommendations for books of poetry that you can use throughout the study. Your students will enjoy the hands-on activities and the notebooking pages that they complete through the unit. And you'll love the flexibility and ease of teaching this literature unit.
This digital literature-based unit study includes:
- Subject area activities for language arts, history, STEM, and fine arts
- Vocabulary words
- Discussion questions
- Materials list
- Suggested weekly schedule
- Notebooking pages for subject area activities
This study is designed for grades 2-6. But it is easily adaptable for older or younger students. This makes it easy to include the whole family in your unit study.
Reading poetry is something that can easily be overlooked-even in a family that often reads aloud together. This unit study will provide you with poems that are good choices for introducing your students to different types of poetry. And it’s a great guide-even if you don't feel completely comfortable knowing what to do with poetry in your homeschool. Throughout the unit, you'll be reading and discussing poetry. And kids will have the opportunity to try writing different types of poetry as well.
You and your students will love this unit study. It's easy for you to use, and it introduces poetry in a non-threatening way for students who might be a little intimidated by reading and understanding it.
Using the unit study is easy for you. Just print the notebooking pages that you need for each student. And print one copy of the schedule and activity instructions for yourself. Give each student a three-ring binder, and they can create a notebook as they go through the activities in the study to demonstrate what they've learned. Use my literature unit studies all year long and organize each study in one large binder.
Here's what other homeschool moms say:
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ If you want to extend the learning beyond one of your favorite books, this study is an excellent place to start! It's a thorough unit study with a great literature connection. The lessons and schedule are well laid-out and make things easy on homeschool moms to enrich the reading experience. Sara@EmbracingDestinyblog.com
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