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Do you want to be the best teacher? Would you like to help your students become more creative and aware of mothers’ importance with the help of Mother’s Day blackout poetry art? Is one of your goals to ensure that your students are getting better at their reading and writing skills and harvest the benefits of blackout poetry?
Would you be interested in using the power of short stories and visual art on Mother’s Day to facilitate blackout poem creation?
Think about what a difference it will make when you start using this Mother’s Day blackout poetry lesson based on powerful short stories in your class! It includes:
- Full Mother’s Day blackout poetry template and blackout poetry instructions with illustrations
- Mother’s Day Short Story Exploratory Sheet – story analysis and blackout poetry maker brainstorming activity
- Mother’s Day Blackout Poem Display Sheets – printable color and B&W version
- 6 Mother’s Day short stories excerpts pages – best texts for creating amazing blackout poetry art
Because of the pairing between inspiring short stories about women and Mother’s Day blackout poetry, you can rip the benefits of both worlds which means consolidating the reading skills and critical thinking of your students while teaching them how to do blackout poetry.
The feminine themes of the stories allow you to link them with your lesson plan, which gives you a lot of flexibility in pairing similar texts so that your students are exposed to a wide range of genres.
Using genuine mother themed stories for blackout poetry pages instead of random book pages deepens the connection between nonfictional writing and poetry so that your students will become accustomed with their features and learn how to use their critical thinking to transform one in the other.
Michele M. has tried the blackout poetry creation activity in her class and said, “The kids did an amazing job and asked to do more the next day! Thank you for this great resource!”
Why don’t you give it a try? Click on the “Add to cart” button and you can use it right away!