Poem - Walls have ears, Doors have eyes. Trees have voices, beasts tell lies. Beware the rain. Beware the snow. Beware the man you think you know. - Song of Sapphique

Poem - Walls have ears, Doors have eyes. Trees have voices, beasts tell lies. Beware the rain. Beware the snow. Beware the man you think you know. - Song of Sapphique

My First Grade Students LOVE These Books!  Here's a look at Our Frog and Toad Inspired Books   We've read many Frog and Toad themed book...

My First Grade Students LOVE These Books! Here's a look at Our Frog and Toad Inspired Books We've read many Frog and Toad themed book...

Nursery Rhymes Activity Pack for teaching reading in the Early Years. 50 pages of activities and Nursery Rhymes posters to use in your classroom.

Nursery Rhymes Activity Pack for teaching reading in the Early Years. 50 pages of activities and Nursery Rhymes posters to use in your classroom.

If you cannot be a poet, be the poem.  "I wake knowing that I'm dying, But you wake pretending that you're not."

If you cannot be a poet, be the poem. "I wake knowing that I'm dying, But you wake pretending that you're not."

Instruction: Repetition in fun rhymes will help students to retain information about the story as well as to develop basic oral language skills. This can be done in the form of a short story, poem, rhyme or song.

Instruction: Repetition in fun rhymes will help students to retain information about the story as well as to develop basic oral language skills. This can be done in the form of a short story, poem, rhyme or song.

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