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Weather: Poems for All Seasons by Lee…

Weather: Poems for All Seasons

by Lee Bennett Hopkins

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This is a collection of poems selected by Lee Bennett Hopkins. Favorite line, " Rain, sleet, snow or sun... whatever the weather, it's worth weathering together!" These poems can be used to introduce a science lesson about weather or maybe just a poetry lesson. Either way, students will enjoy the rhyme scheme and the personification. The simplicity of the poems make it a great choice for k-3. ( )
  epoche | Nov 23, 2014 |
This book is full of easy to read poems. Not all of the poems rhyme but are grouped in general categories; sun, wind, and clouds; rain and fog; and snow and ice, with a miscellaneous category at the end, "Weather Together." The students can read about descriptions of different concepts of weather and seasons but also may be inspired to write their own poetry or think creatively about their natural surroundings. ( )
  aubreycs | Jun 17, 2013 |
This book is a compelation of poems by different authors all about weather. They are grouped in to sectons depending on the subject of each (sun, clouds, fog and rain).
I could see myself using this book during a unit on weather where we read one or two poems a day and then have the children write their poems about the aspect of weather the poem is about. ( )
  KellyLPickett | Apr 23, 2013 |
This book contains different poems about the weather. They were very creative and made me giggle inside. ( )
  MaryEttaJ | Feb 13, 2013 |
Learn more about the sun, wind, clouds, rain, fog, snow, and ice through these poems.
  kjgehman | Mar 5, 2011 |
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"From the catchy nonsense of X. J. Kennedy's 'Snowflake Souffle' to the simple, surprising imagery of Valerie Worth's 'Sun' to Hopkins's own onomatopoeic 'Thunder,' the short lines, satisfying rhyme, and physicalness of the words can lure beginning readers—and also younger listeners—to the joy of sounds that make sense."—BL.

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A collection of poems describing various weather conditions, by authors such as Christina G. Rossetti, Myra Cohn Livingston, and Aileen Fisher.

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