It's Wish List WINSday! {Poetry Pizzazz}



One of our most wish-listed products and best-sellers is....

http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Poetry-Pizzazz-Unit-673762


You can see all kinds of pictures of these activities in action from my past poetry posts HERE.  Enter to win it by commenting below with your favorite literary device to teach to students!  The winner will be announced tomorrow.  If you don't win, you can grab it for 30% off (that's only $3.49!!!) in our TpT shop through Sunday!



56 comments

  1. Ahhh...alliteration...

    cheriemae@gmail.com

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  2. I love teaching my students poetry!! It allows for such creativity, imagination and emotion to shine through!! I would love to win this package!!

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  3. I love teaching onomonopeoia to my kiddos. It so fun to incorporate comic strips and see the adorable things they come up with!

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  4. This is GREAT! I love all the visual crafts that go with them as well. They would make get the students motivate to work on these, as well as make great displays. I love this idea. Thank you!

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  5. I love teaching the kids idioms. They enjoy all of the 'silly' expressions!

    Kim
    khenry22@aol.com

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  6. I'd love to win your poetry unit
    Suebrugger@aol.com

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  7. My firsties love poetry! It's one of my favorite times during the day! :)
    Cassie.knutson@yahoo.com

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  8. I love to teach metaphors!

    debinderry@gmail.com

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  9. My second graders love poetry! This package looks awesome!
    judy.helton@gmail.com

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  10. I love teaching similes and metaphors. I have my students analyze some of their favorite song lyrics to find the similes and metaphors. It opens their eyes to a whole new world. Often they come to school and tell me about how they heard a metaphor in a song after I teach them about metaphors.

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  11. I love to teach poetry. It allows kids to be creative. I would love to win this unit.
    ~Jennifer Parker theparkers04@hotmail.com

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  12. I would love to win this!
    spanglerr@sjredwings.org

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  13. My students love learning about and writing poetry! This unit looks awesome! Kgjlynch@aol.com

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  15. I love reading poetry to my students but would always like more resources when teaching poetry. This would be a great help!
    teachleslie@sbcglobal.net

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  16. I love when kids are inspired by onomatopoeia. :)

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  17. I love teaching idioms and onomatopoeia! Amandapamperedchef@att.net

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  18. Rhyme, rhyme, rhyme! wendy 1stgradefireworks@gmail.com 1stgradefireworks

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  19. Rhyme and poetry are my favorites!!!! The kids favorite too usually!! :)
    Hsease99@hotmail.com

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  20. The one I enjoyed most was teaching allusions with Greek Mythology in 4th grade. I love any sort of poetic device, though! mscheryllk@gmail.com

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  21. We had a blast with similes this past year!
    ptaniceto@hotmail.com

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  22. Love teaching onomatopoeia! :)
    stazeanne@msn.com

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  23. I love teaching poetry!! My students always seem to enjoy similes & idioms :)
    bellablooms14@gmail.com

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  24. This is great! I would love to win this!
    rikkibaxter1@gmail.com

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  25. I love teaching idioms. I have one written on the board every morning. I love to watch their initial responses as they read them. We then ponder their meaning throughout the day.

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  26. How do I love this?? Let me count the ways!!!!! marypontrella@gmail.com

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  27. Awsome stuff. Alicegchandler@gmail.com

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  28. I love using poetry and nursery rhymes. I can use these as a spring board for all our strategies and they seem to absorb so much more from them.

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  29. I love teaching onomatopoeia through poetry. The kids use it in their own poetry and then apply it to their daily writing to add detail and character to their stories.
    mills_ch@aps.edu

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  30. I love teaching onomatopoeia and showing old Batman and Robin clips. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

    tinysmiles34@gmail.com

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  31. I think metaphors are a favorite - anything with poetry is wonderful for my resource room kiddos though! zputty@gmail.com

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  32. I have more than one favorite!! The kids love idioms and onomatopoeia! I really enjoy teaching poetry!!

    tntjnj4@gmail.com

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  33. Onomatopoeia! Blindwillow@aol.com

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  34. I love alliteration and idioms, and the kids do too! mandmgiff@sbcglobal.net

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  35. This will be my first year teaching reading...I'm moving from Math/Science to ELAR/SS!! Love the poetry unit!!

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  36. I love using Amelia Bedelia books and teaching idioms. We make a foldable showing what it would literally look like, its definition, then draw a picture of what it really means. My kiddos love it. :)

    bethanyanderson43@gmail.com

    Fingers Crossed!!! I would love this and so would my kids!!!

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  37. My 2nd graders seem to love alliteration best. I love to try to encourage free verse so their creativity has no rules.

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  38. I love teaching idioms to my students. It's a hard concept sometimes, but once they get it they love using and finding them.

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  39. In my first grade class we love to learn about mental images. We use poetry and stories to practice this important skill!

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  40. Rhyme and Poetry!

    Linda
    Down the Learning Road

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  41. We use poetry for rhyming, punctuation, grammar, parts of speech and more! This looks awesome! Poems teach rhythm and rhyme, we use them all the time!
    judyfarwig59@gmail.com

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  42. Apparently it is no accident that amazing alliteration is my all-time acclaimed appliance as we amble our way through second grade. Smiles!
    grleighty@gmail.com

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  43. I love all types of figurative language! hlr2482@verizon.net

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  44. I love to teach hyperboles and personification.
    beth.shavelson@browardschools.com

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  45. I love to teach all types of figurative language!

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  46. I love teaching all forms of poetry to my kids! mhkerri@aol.com

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  47. I love teaching my students idioms!! We discuss them and the students even illustrate them. mrsruffin924@gmail.com

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  48. I love figurative language, especially idioms, as well!
    Heather

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  49. I love teaching similes. Fantastic giveaway!! tokyoshoes at hotmail dot com

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  50. I LOVE teaching idioms! A majority of the learners I teach are learning English as a second language and love learning new sayings. I am super excited to start following your blog!! THANKS!! tawnie.weaver@gmail.com

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  51. I love teaching both alliteration and idioms. My kids always love making original tongue twisters, and I love hearing them try out so many different idioms even when they don't make sense in the conversations. :)

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  52. I love teaching alliteration. It is so fun to get tongue tied!

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  53. I love teaching and expanding vocbulary by teaching vivid words. Thanks for a chance to win!!

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  54. Love this product! Purchased and used the year before last! Kids loved the ant sandwich poems...

    Smiles,
    Sarah

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  55. I <3 to teach alliteration and of course onomatopoeia! Katie.passanante@gmail.com

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