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Learn how to write an I Spy Riddle Rhyme with expert, Jean Marzollo, the author of I Spy books and riddles. Follow detailed steps including PDFs about how to write ...more
Learn how to write an I Spy Riddle Rhyme with expert, Jean Marzollo, the author of I Spy books and riddles. Follow detailed steps including PDFs about how to write and publish I Spy Riddle Rhymes. Find examples of student writing. Conclude with a biography written by Jean Marzollo.
In the ClassroomPoetry and riddles come alive through Jean Marziollo's easy to follow steps. Begin with an author study, and analyze the books and riddles written by Jean Marzollo. Follow the step-by-step instructions for student riddle success. Students will learn about the rhythm, rhyme scheme, alliteration, and punctuation of these poetry riddles. Augment classroom technology use by creating a class book with Bookemon, reviewed here, or modify class tech use with Prezi, reviewed here, to share your students' creative ventures. Be sure to add links to your students' work on your class website. Share your poems with other classes in your school by displaying them outside your room. Organize a poetry evening featuring this form of poetry. In content area subjects, create riddles for special topics, charts, and diagrams to help students remember terms and concepts. For instance, challenge students to create a riddle poem about the diagram of a microscope or parts of a cell. Examine Marzollo's short autobiography and have students create an autobiography for themselves to go along with their poems.
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