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Kids' poetry improves reading and writing skills @ My Stories And Poems. Kids read stories, write poems, take lessons, and get critiques by published children's author, R. Renée Bembry.

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Poetry Definitions
 
Pattern:  Pattern is the amount of syllables in one line compared to the lines that follow. Pattern gives a poem its rhythm. Whereas you can see the pattern by examining the text, when you listen to or recite a poem, you hear the rhythm.
 
Verse:Think of a verse as a paragraph with a main idea and information that talks about that idea.
 
Rhythm: The rhythm is the beat. Poems can have different beats. Having different beats makes poems more interesting just as having different instruments makes music more interesting.
 
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Rhyme:  Rhymes are words that sound the same or
almost the same at their ends.


Syllable:  Syllables have to do with how a word is separated into parts. Some words like shoe, house, and tooth cannot be broken into parts. Each of those words is a one-syllable word. Words like yellow, wheelchair, and harvest are two-syllable words. And words like camera, controller, and yesterday are three-syllable words.
 

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Word Pronunciation

 

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Note:  Definitions may be added with new lessons on occasion {for a limited time}

 Enter here to begin Silly Mommy's Poetry Workshop - Theme-Story 1 - Grasshopper


 Theme-Story 2 - To School Hungry


Theme-Story 3 - One Slice Left