We’ve heard that coloring pages can be a good way to alleviate stress. And of course, we know that poetry is also a fine way to reduce stress. So what could be better than putting the two together? This year, we’re introducing an occasional series of fun Coloring Page Poems that you can print, color, and doodle your way to relaxation and stress relief, starting with John Keats’s colorful poem, “Ode on a Grecian Urn.”
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Photo by Dimitris Illopoulos, Creative Commons license via Flickr. Illustration by LW Lindquist.
How to Write a Poem uses images like the buzz, the switch, the wave—from the Billy Collins poem “Introduction to Poetry”—to guide writers into new ways of writing poems. Excellent teaching tool. Anthology and prompts included.
“How to Write a Poem is a classroom must-have.”
—Callie Feyen, English Teacher, Maryland
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