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 a series of fun Coloring Page Poems that you can print, color, and doodle your way to relaxation and stress relief. This week, we offer Edgar Allan Poe’s Annabel Lee.
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“How to Write a Poem is a classroom must-have.”
—Callie Feyen, English Teacher, Maryland
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