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Poems in Your Pocket & Reluctant Reader Tip # 2

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April is National Poetry Month and today, April 18th is Poem in your Pocket Day. Do you like secret little messages tucked into quiet little places like your pocket or lunch pail? My children love this and today we are sharing with classmates, friends, and neighbors alike a little rolled up poem to keep in their pockets to share with all they meet.

Keep A Poem In Your Pocket

 

Reluctant Reader Tip #2

Today’s theme works nicely for those who aren’t quite sure they want to pick up the skill of reading. Little poems,jokes, or encouraging messages tucked inside pockets, backpacks or lunch sacks make for a nice way to reach out to your new reader. They’ll love hearing from you and won’t even realize they’re reading…..but that’s ok, you will.

Great Poetry Resources:

Keep A Poem in Your Pocket pdf Download Keep A Poem In Your Pocket

Print Some Pocket Poems

Magnetic Poetry

Jack Prelutsky Website for Kids

Shel Silverstein Printables for your pocket

Put a Poem in your pocket

Favorite Poetry Reads

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A Poetry Caper

 What’s your favorite poem and who will you be sharing it with?

1 thought on “Poems in Your Pocket & Reluctant Reader Tip # 2

  1. Great tip! My kids did this one year as part of a school assignment but then never again after that. It’s a wonderful idea! We should do this at home!

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