Thursday, April 17, 2014

PFAS: “Albert Einstein” by Julie Larios

Emma R. has created the next poem movie, complete with kids chiming in on the final word. Plus she includes kid comments and another reading of the poem along with the text of the poem. 

Click here to see Emma's video for “Albert Einstein” by Julie Larios.


Look for this poem in the 4th grade section of The Poetry Friday Anthology for Science in Week 31: Famous Scientists.

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

PFAS: “Seeing School” by Kate Coombs


Watch for the ending image of the smiling girl with glasses in this fun poem movie created by Shelly P. for “Seeing School” by Kate Coombs.

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You’ll find this poem in Week 25 in the 1st Grade section of The Poetry Friday Anthology for Science.


Tuesday, April 15, 2014

PFAS: “Let’s All Be Scientists” by Renee M. LaTulippe

Today Melinda L. features “Let’s All Be Scientists” by Renee M. LaTulippe. I think she really captures the spirit of the poem with her nature images and jaunty background music. Plus she includes a second reading by children, too! Check it out.

Click here.



You’ll find this poem in 2nd grade, Week 1 in The Poetry Friday Anthology for Science


Monday, April 14, 2014

PFAS: “Sound Waves at Breakfast” by Susan Marie Swanson


Today Nancy D. features “Sound Waves” by Susan Marie Swanson. I think she really captures the spirit of the poem with her great sound effects and kids chiming in on key words. Check it out.

Click here to watch and listen.


You’ll find this poem in 2nd grade, Week 13 in The Poetry Friday Anthology for Science


Sunday, April 13, 2014

PFAS: “Food for Thought” by Robyn Hood Black

Vanessa D. features “Food for Thought” by Robyn Hood Black in her poem movie project. But don’t watch this if you’re hungry—there are heaps of food pictures!

Watch the video now by clicking here.


You’ll find this poem in 4th grade, Week 26 in The Poetry Friday Anthology for Science