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30 Days of Poetry

30 Days of Poetry "You CAN write poetry." Such an exciting concept! Each day provides a new way for students to express themselves in poetry! The suggested "formula poetry" boosts the attainability of poet status. Students can do these lessons on their own or with the guidance of a



30 Days of Poetry


"You CAN write poetry." Such an exciting concept! Each day provides a new way for students to express themselves in poetry! The suggested "formula poetry" boosts the attainability of poet status. Students can do these lessons on their own or with the guidance of a teacher. Although geared towards high school students, there is much information applicable to middle and elementary school. Excellent site!

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