Thursday, April 24, 2014

PFAS: “Welcome to the Science Lab” by Heidi Bee Roemer

Sylvia D. highlights “Welcome to the Science Lab” by Heidi Bee Roemer in her simple poem movie slideshow below. She even incorporates factual information alongside the poem text.

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You’ll find this poem in the 5th grade section of The Poetry Friday Anthology for Science in Week 2: Lab Safety.


Wednesday, April 23, 2014

PFAS: “Moving for Five Minutes Straight” by Betsy Franco

Leslie W. incorporates videoclips of kids exercising in perfect correspondence with the poem’s lines for her movie version of “Moving for Five Minutes Straight” by Betsy Franco.

Watch it here.

You’ll find this energetic poem in the 4th grade section of The Poetry Friday Anthology for Science in Week 25: The Human Body.



Tuesday, April 22, 2014

PFAS: “Water Round” by Leslie Bulion


Jeni T. has created an amazing poem movie for Leslie Bulion’s poem, “Water Round.” She weaves together images of water in its many forms along with subtle background music and water noises to great effect.

Check it out here.


You’ll find this poem in the 2nd grade section of The Poetry Friday Anthology for Science in Week 16: The Water Cycle.


Monday, April 21, 2014

PFAS: “Testing My Hypothesis” by Leslie Bulion

Melissa P. uses images of kids and cats and blankets along with appealing background music to act out the story within the poem, “Testing My Hypothesis” by Leslie Bulion. 

Click here to watch it now.


You’ll find this fun poem in the 3rd grade section of The Poetry Friday Anthology for Science in Week 5: Predictions & Hypotheses.


Sunday, April 20, 2014

PFAS: “Climate vs. Weather” by Joan Bransfield Graham

Lauren S. has gotten children involved in reading aloud the poem for her movie adaptation of Joan Bransfield Graham’s poem, “Climate vs. Weather.”

Look for it here.


You’ll find this interesting poem in the 5th grade section of The Poetry Friday Anthology for Science in Week 17: Weather & Climate.