Poetry for Light

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Poetry can be a great way to integrate language arts with science!

Here are suggestions for connecting science and poetry when your students are studying light, reflection, refraction, shadows, or rainbows!

magnifying-glass-1020142__340Something Big has Been Here, Jack Prelutsky

  • “Denson Dumm”

A Light in the Attic, Shel Silverstein

  • “BATTY”
  • “SHADOW RACE”
  • “SIGNALS”

Every Thing On It, Shel Silverstein

  • “THE RAINBOW THROWER”

Where the Sidewalk Ends, Shel Silverstein

  • “AFRAID OF THE DARK”
  • “JOEY”
  • “IT’S DARK IN HERE”

Do you have poems about light to share with us?

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