Literature Grade 7 Poetry The Pied Piper Of Hamelin

Literature Grade 7 Poetry The Pied Piper Of Hamelin Genre/Topic:

How does the poet describe the Piper’s eyes? How many kinds of rats are described in the poem? Did all the rats die? Why did the Hamelin people ring the bells?

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Literature Grade 1 Poetry My dog Fred

Literature Grade 1 Poetry My dog Fred Genre/Topic:

A poem by Kenn Nesbitt. Do you have a pet? What is its name?

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Literature Grade 6 Poetry

Literature Grade 6 Poetry Genre/Topic:

Daffodil Shut the door The owl

Literature Grade 7 Poetry Song Of The Whale

Literature Grade 7 Poetry Song Of The Whale Genre/Topic:

Why is the whale crying? What other emotions do you think whale is feeling? How does the whale communicate when it is free in the sea? How does the whale provide lipstick and shoe polish?

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Literature Grade 3 Poetry Up the elephant’s trunk

Literature Grade 3 Poetry Up the elephant’s trunk Genre/Topic:

Where did the mouse climb? What did the mouse find inside the trunk? What did the mouse do inside the trunk? Who gave one big laugh? What did the elephant do to the mouse at last?

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Literature Grade 2 Poetry Fuzzy wuzzy, creepy crawly

Literature Grade 2 Poetry Fuzzy wuzzy, creepy crawly Genre/Topic:

A poem by Lillian Schulz Vanada. Who was once a caterpillar? Which day will the caterpillar be a butterfly?

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Literature Grade 4 Poetry The rain

Literature Grade 4 Poetry The rain Genre/Topic:

A poem by H. W. Longfellow. Rainy days are the best. Do you agree? Why?

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Literature Grade 6 Poetry The Owl

Literature Grade 6 Poetry The Owl Genre/Topic:

Who is the sentinel of the forest? Where does the owl go and sit after gliding silently across the hill? The poet compares the owl’s call with one of the birds. What is the name of the bird? Who is the writer of this poem?

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Literature Grade 5 Poetry

Literature Grade 5 Poetry Genre/Topic:

The Owl and the Pussy Cat Father William You can’t be this, you can’t be that Stopping by the woods on a snowy evening Underground

Literature Grade 4 Poetry Homework

Literature Grade 4 Poetry Homework Genre/Topic:

A poem by Russell Hoban. What does “homework is very fat” mean?

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