Celebrate Poetry Month All Year Long With These Resources

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We need poetry. We really do. Let's face it. Poetry promotes literacy, builds community, and fosters emotional resilience. It can cross boundaries that little else can. Poetry is an essential part of language and expression. Reading and writing poetry can support and extend young children's language and literacy development. Poetry can connect students to one another and the world around them. Whether you are looking to use poetry to teach the essential tools of writing, or if you want to learn how to use this powerful genre to spark student engagement, or you just need to help your students prepare for the CCSS, our authors can help guide you on your path, Heinemann has books and resources that can help you.

Save 30% off the list price of these poetry books and resources during the month of April and help your students get to the heart of what reading and writing poetry is all about every day. Use coupon code POET15.


Naming the World: A Year of Poems and Lessons
by Nancie Atwell


Awakening the Heart: Exploring Poetry in Elementary and Middle School
by Georgia Heard


For the Good of the Earth and Sun: Teaching Poetry
by Georgia Heard


Climb Inside a Poem: Reading and Writing Poetry Across the Year
by Georgia Heard and Lester Laminack


Reading Poetry in the Middle Grades (eBook)
by Paul Janeczko


Reading Poetry in the Middle Grades CCSS Exemplar Poems and Lessons (eBook)
by Paul Janeczko


Outspoken! How to Improve Writing and Speaking Skills Through Poetry Performance
by Michael Salinger and Sara Holbrook


Practical Poetry: A Nonstandard Approach to Meeting Content-Area Standards
by Sara Holbrook


Explore Poetry
by Donald Graves

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