February Poppins Book Nook: Poetry

I’m really looking forward to this months theme of Poetry. There are so many fun poetry books to read to kids. We have several favorites at our house. We have had some that have been book finds for us as well. My favorite part about poetry is learning the different types and having your kids realize there is more than one type of poem. Then seeing if they see it in books they or I read to them.

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One of our favorite all times poetry books has been Outside Your Window: A First Book of Nature. I think we have got it from the library at least 15 times! It has great poem for all 4 seasons. So you can use it often. You can learn about birds or snow. I love how flexible you can be with it.

A more recent poem book that we really liked was A Stick Is an Excellent Thing: Poems Celebrating Outdoor Play. Who does not love playing outside. These are great poems for just that. We did some reading of the poems and then did that style of play. It was great for linking up activities.

There are so many different poetry books and styles to read. A classic style would be The Real Mother Goose. These are some of the first poems we read at time with our kids and we make them fun.

Check out these other poetry books:

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If you’re interested in joining this month’s Poppin Nook Book club, here’s what you need to do…

  • Comment below and let us know that you are joining in!
  • Pick your favorite Poetry (or a new one you want to check out) and read it with your child or class.
  • Create an activity, project, craft, cooking project, etc. related to the book and do it.
  • Come back and share it with us as part of a big Poetry blog hop on Monday, February 23rd! The linky will be live for 3 weeks, so if you aren’t ready to post on the 23rd… just join in when you can!

Here are some of the people joining in the link up this month.

Enchanted Homeschooling Mom ~ 3 Dinosaurs ~ To the Moon and Back ~ Planet Smarty Pants ~ Farm Fresh Adventures ~ Growing in God’s Grace ~ Chestnut Grove Academy ~ Learning and Growing the Piwi Way ~ The Usual Mayhem~ Preschool Powol Packets ~ Monsters Ed Homeschool Academy ~ Adventures in Mommydom ~Teach Beside Me ~ Life with Moore Babies ~ Kathy’s Cluttered Mind ~ Are We There Yet? ~ Our Crafts N Things ~Hopkins Homeschool ~ ABC Creative Learning ~ Joy Focused Learning ~ P is for Preschooler ~ My Bright Firefly ~A Mommy’s Adventures ~ Inspiring 2 New Hampshire Children ~ World for Learning ~ Ever After in the Woods ~Golden Grasses ~ A glimpse of our life ~ Journey to Excellence ~ Happy Little Homemaker ~ Little Homeschool Blessings ~ Raventhreads ~ Tots and Me ~ As We Walk Along The Road ~ Stir the Wonder ~ For This Season ~Where Imagination Grows ~ The Canadian Homeschooler ~ School Time Snippets ~ Peakle Pie ~ A Moment in our World ~ Every Bed of Roses ~ Finchnwren ~ At Home Where Life Happens ~ The Library Adventure ~ Embracing Destiny ~ Day by Day in our World ~ Our Homeschool Studio ~ A “Peace” of Mind ~ Thou Shall Not Whine ~ SAHM I am  ~ Simple Living Mama

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January’s Theme was To The Laboratory: Playing with Magnets Sensory Bin.
February’s Theme is Poetry. (February 23rd is the link up).

This is the last Theme for this years Poppin Book Nook! Be sure to check back for next years themes soon!

Now don’t forget to get your FREE lapbook for this Month’s Poetry Theme !

Do you have a favorite poetry book? If so comment and let me know!

Cassie – 3Dinosaurs.com

About Cassie

Cassie is a mom of three stomping, romping, and roaring girls. She blogs about fun art and craft activities and printables she makes. She includes the odd review of products every now and then. She also blogs about the places that she has taken the girls called trip reviews. She has a few free printable pack for kids ages 2 to 8 and always adding more. She loves to get comments and feedback and always looking for new things to try or do with her girls.
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