Printables for This Topic:
A Riddle Poem – This
worksheet displays how poems can have a cadence.
Little Things – We sometimes
don't take time to enjoy our day as much as we should.
– This worksheet tries to demonstrate the pacing of reading poems.
in Poetry – Read the poem out loud twice. The second time as
you read, draw lines between the feet in the lines of the poem, like
in the example above.
Parts of a Poem
– Then identify each part in the poem below by writing the letter
of the correct part on the line.
Cat on a Swing
– Write your own brief poem using free verse. Take turns reading
your poems out loud to the class.
– Read the poem out loud. Underline the words or syllables that
you stressed in each line.
– This poem really flows, if you get my drift.
– See if you can hear the meter. Circle the poem that is NOT a limerick.
A JUNGLE SONG
– As the student reads aloud, mark the text below to indicate miscues.
Bed in Summer
– Read the comprehension questions to the student. Indicate whether
or not they answered correctly.