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Happy Earth Day! What a great time to share some nature poetry with students, seeing as it is National Poetry Month, too. Below are a few of my favorite nature poems to share with students.
This is a new favorite of mine because I’ve spent the last few months researching coyotes and red foxes. Most recently, I’ve been observing a litter of fox kits near my home and it’s my favorite part of every day. This poem captures a lot of my feelings as I watch the kits run and play with each other, ever vigilant and alert. Students could read this poem and then talk about the species they’ve noticed in their own neighborhoods.
Photo of my local foxes
Mary Oliver is my favorite poet. I can sit down and read her poems any time and they make me…
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