SOL 15/31: Poetry Friday! Make Every Day Count

Today for Poetry Friday we are being hosted by Heidi @ My Juicy Little Universe. She has a great in-depth post all about a group of committed young people who are actively trying to raise awareness about global climate concerns. If you are interested in learning more, click here to read her post.

We have just one week of school ahead of us before spring break finally arrives. I’m not sure where the last four weeks have gone – it feels like President’s Day was yesterday! I’m not complaining of course, but just surprised how fast the time seems to have gone.

Once we return from spring break, the rest of the school year feels like it slips right through my fingers. We have much more learning ahead – National Poetry Month in April is coming! Last year I had such a wonderful time introducing poetry to my kindergartners. My group this year will dive right into this genre, I am sure. I may even have a few kiddos who could understand and attempt haikus.

Ten weeks
isn’t long.
So much ahead!
Poetry
Tricky Teens
Opinions
Plants
Butterflies and
Oviparous animals
to study.

We will not
count down days.
Instead we will
make
every
day
count.

 

13 thoughts on “SOL 15/31: Poetry Friday! Make Every Day Count

  1. Perfect switch-up, Dani–the countdown thing feels similar to me to “TGIF syndrome”–young children should be SAD when Friday comes and there will be no school tomorrow. And don’t forget to leave time for the stuff that’s NOT in the curriculum! : )

    You should make a little digital poster with that last piece of your poem. I’d hang it up in my room!

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