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1st, 2nd, 3rd


English Language Arts

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  • Activity - Classroom
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  • Lesson Plans, 60 minutes

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Make a Poetry Book

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  • In this activity students write three short poems about nature and turn them into a small book.

Teaching Tips


  • The resources can be downloaded and used offline or printed.
  • This is a great entry point for young students to explore poetry writing.

Additional Prerequisites

  • Prior knowledge of poetry is helpful for students.
  • It may be difficult for some students to understand the three rhyme schemes: AAAA, AABB, and ABAB.


  • It may be best to read Saving Planet Earthly to your students before they write their poems. This book is a great introduction to climate change.
  • To harness different talents, consider making this a group activity, where some work on the art of the book cover and others get more involved in poem writing.
  • Students can vote on their favorite poems and the best ones could be published in the school's newspaper or other relevant publications.
  • Students can publish their poem books digitally.
  • Teachers of older or more advanced students can use SubjectToClimate's "Pale Blue Dot, We Will Fail You Not": a Poetry Lesson.
Scientist Notes
This activity aims to help foster a connection between students and nature. While it will not specifically educate students on a climate change topic, fostering that connection is important for developing students who understand the importance of climate action. This resource is recommended for students aged 6-8.
  • English Language Arts
    • Language (K-12)
      • 3.L.5 Demonstrate understanding of word relationships and nuances in word meanings.
    • Writing (K-12)
      • 3.W.4 With guidance and support, produce writing in which the development and organization are appropriate to task and purpose.
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