1st Grade Poems
1st grade poems can be fun and educational for your child.
If your 1st grader is learning how to write a poem, don’t panic. While 1st graders aren’t ready for rhyming or heavy symbolism, there are numerous types of poems for first grade your child can write.
Types of 1st grade poems your child can write.
Ice-cream is cold
Ice-cream is sweet
Ice-cream is yummy.
Blank, blank, Water is good.
Answer the 5 W’s: Who, What, When, Where, Why
Standing by himself
On a spring day
In the field
Scaring away the crows
These are just some ideas you can use for helping your 1st grader. You can also take a look at a book called Kids Poems by Regie Routman. It’s a great resource for teaching 1st grade poems.
Regie Routman shares her delightful selection of free verse poems written by first graders that will inspire your second graders to think, I can write ... read more
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As a side note, I would LOVE to receive an email of 1st grade poems from your students or children that they create.
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