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TagsThis book uses free verse poetry to tell a story of a young boy not cleaning his room. This is a great intro to poetry (2), This book helps introduce words with the same root word and can be used to help students becme aware of words with the same root word (2), This book address many elements of poetry. I would use this in teaching the different structures of poetry and elements (2), This is an excellent resource for teaching students figurative language. Students will find it amusingly funny and the illustrations are vivid. (1), This is a marvelous book for teachers when teaching about memoirs and imagery. (1), It's a fun book to introduce onomatopoeias. Then go on to a writing lesson and use these wonderful words to spice their writing. (1), This book could be used in the classroom by putting students in pairs of 2 and have them discuss with the rest of the class what their interpretation of the poem was and how they could relate to the poem. (1), This is a great book to help students come familiar with allteration (1), A great book to obtain details about your students through their literature. This could be done every year and see how things change. (1), The similes dance all over the pages of this colorfully illustrated book. An explanation of similes is given as the book opens and there are suggestions for students to create new similes. (1) — see all tags

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