Do your students love listening to stories? Do they love technology? Well, here's a combo of the two!
These codes link to poems in a collection created and posted by Disney. The poems are read and they are illustrated with clips from Disney movies. They start with kids talking about poetry and why they like poems. They are really cute and a great way to get your kids listening and responding to poetry.
They can scan a QR code that will take them directly to a poem to view on a smart device. The links are put through a safeshare site so they don't show other videos or advertisements that your students don't need to see! You will need a smart phone/device and a QR code scanning app (many free options are available). Some schools block any video sites so it's a good idea to download my free Mercer Mayer story pack and make sure it works for you.
This set includes: *April Rain Song by Langston Hughes *The Arrow and the Song by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow *My Shadow by Robert Louis Stevenson *Once They All Believed in Dragons by Jack Prelutsky *The Frog by Hilaire Belloc *Home Sweet Home by John Howard Payne *Ducks by Mary Ann Hoberman *Analysis of Baseball by May Swenson *The Star by Ann & Jane Taylor *Us Two by A.A. Milne *Mice by Rose Fyleman *The Moon by Eliza Lee Follen *Mother's Song - a traditional lullaby *The Wind on the Hill by A.A. Milne *De Colores -traditional folk song *When I Grow Up by William Wise *And the 'Roo Jumped Over the Moon by David Henry Souter *It is a Pleasant Day by Eliza Lee Follen *In the Fashion by A.A. Milne *The Months by Sara Coleridge
These codes link to media that was created by someone else and they can remove it at any time. If the codes stop working, please email me at [email protected]
Enjoy these great poems that will put a smile on your child's face!
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Hi, I'm Melissa. My Teacher Treasure Hunter blog is to help elementary teachers. I love to find deals for teachers, great teaching ideas & ways to integrate technology in the elementary classroom. I also L-O-V-E picture books!