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Poetry for Children
Module 6

Responding to poetry

We can also guide children in exploring the variety of forms possible in poetry, including:

*concrete or "shape" poetry
*free verse or unrhymed poetry
*unusual formats like the biopoem
*poems published by children themselves
*our own original poetry

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For more unusual and varied examples of poetic forms, consult:

Paul Janeczko's Poetry from A to Z: A Guide for Young Writers

Avis Harley's Fly With Poetry: An ABC of Poetry

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