This Poetry Analysis Worksheet and Scavenger Hunt will have your students digging into poetic terms, poetic devices, figurative language, and poem analysis. Make this scavenger hunt a game by having your students find poetic devices in the poem, check in with you with their information, and create a challenge!
☀Any poem-short, long, sonnets, lyrical, etc.
☀Groups, independent work
☀Challenge and competitions
2. Scavenger Hunt Ditto (Use OVER and OVER!)
3. Glossary of Poetic and Literary Devices
4. Poem, “Young Sea” by Carl Sandburg
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Catherine W, “Great way to help students “see” under the hood of a poem without killing the beauty and wonder of the work itself. Students quickly realized they would understand much more by using what they had learned from working through these. ”
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Sarah P said, “My students loved this activity. They are big on scavenger hunts, and escape rooms right now. I found I was able to give them this simple resource multiple times, and they were always engaged as our poem changed. To me, that is the mark of a great resource! Thanks so much!”
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Jessica B said, “This is a wonderful resource that is very helpful with my fifth graders. My students were very engaged and enjoyed this very much. Thank you for creating such a great resource! ”
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