Tag Archives for " poetry "
Today I am sharing notebooking pages for both lyric verse and free verse. Although they are very different forms, they seemed to fit together well in a single post. Each set has three different layouts in three line styles for a total of nine free printable pages. A Child’s Introduction to Poetry is the inspiration for these poetic […]See more
Here are some notebooking pages that you can use with a Shakespeare or poetry study. One page has numbered lines to copy a sonnet. You will probably find the lines too short for writing the entire sonnet. Actually, I designed the page for copying the last few words of each line to focus on the […]See more
A Child’s Introduction to Poetry (pictured) is the poetry spine we are using now. It comes with an audio CD so you can listen to the poems in the book because poetry is always meant to be read aloud. The villanelle is a poetic form that I had never even heard of before using […]See more
These free ballad notebooking pages finish up the poetic forms series. In all there are 10 sets of pages, each covering a different poetic form. A great spine for a study of poetic forms is the book A Child’s Introduction to Poetry. Use the notebooking pages to copy examples of the various forms or to take […]See more