Grade 2 Reading Lesson 3 Poetry – Sing A Song Of People

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How many people are there in this world? Can you guess the number? The world population is seven billion, which means seven followed by nine zeros. It is, indeed, a huge number. Try writing it out in your notebook. And there are three people added every second. Surprising, isn’t it?
Here is one poem that the poet has written for everyone in this world. Read this delightful poem, Sing a Song of People, by Lou Lenski.

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Grade 5 Reading Lesson 3 Poetry – You Can’t Be That You Can’t Be That

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I’ve always wanted to be a magician. A magician’s life is full of fun, I always thought. If a magician is hungry, he can always use his magic chants and make the world’s tastiest foods appear in front of him. What about you? What have you always wanted to become? What about this poet? What does the poet want to become?
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Grade 7 Reading Lesson 10 Poetry – I Remember, I Remember

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Do you remember anything about your childhood? Do you remember the things you used to do, or the place where you lived? Thomas Hood seems to have a good memory, for he remembers his childhood place. In this poem, I Remember, I Remember, he expresses his joy in visiting the place after so long.
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Grade 2 Reading Lesson 4 Poetry – Tall Trees

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The age of trees can be determined by the number of circles or bands that are seen on the trunk when it is cut. How many circles, do you think, that the world’s oldest tree has? The world’s oldest tree is 350 million years old. The tree must be really tall and really wide.
Read this poem, Tall Trees, by Eileen Mathias.
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Grade 3 Reading Lesson 19 Poetry – There Isn’t Time

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I want to do many things. I want to learn singing and dancing. I want to learn how to play the guitar. And I have to go to school and complete my homework. I also help my parents so that they help me.But there just isn’t time!
Read about what the poet, Eleanor Farjeon, wants to do.

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Grade 9 Reading Lesson 2 Poetry – The Solitary Reaper

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In this poem, The Solitary Reaper, William Wordsworth tells an imaginary story of a Highland girl who was singing a song. The poet, on one of his long solitary journeys, was enjoying the beauty of the voice of that girl and sharing the natural beauty. Let us read how the reaper’s song are incomprehensible to the speaker, so he focuses on the tone, expressive beauty, and the blissful mood it creates in him.
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