Language Arts Poems

These Language Arts poems, songs, limericks,  tongue twisters, and chants are written by Christopher Rudolph, a certified Language Arts and Social Studies teacher. Christopher Rudolph was awarded a Gold Medal from the World Poetry Movement in 2012.

Animal Adjective Alliteration

Just Talking Figuratively

Mr Adverb vs Mrs Adjective

Persuasive Essay Rap – Persuade Me

Test Taking Strategy Song

Present Participle Verb Song

8 Parts of Speech Voyage

Parts of Speech Song

Proper Nouns Limerick – Mr Popper Is Proper

Adverb Poem

Who vs Whom Poem

Prepositions in Time and Space

Verb To Be Rap

The Adjective Blues

Adjective Wind Haiku

Synonym Antonym and Attribute Blues

Adverb Limerick – Thoughts About Thinking Abruptly

Antecedents Taking Singular Pronouns Chant

Tongue Twisters

ESL Poems Chants Limericks and Songs

Rudolph Academy Bird Poems

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Other Resources

Language Arts Workbooks

Poetry For Young Learners Printable Workbook Grades K-2

Sight Words Poetry Printable Workbook Grades K-2 

Phonics Poetry Printable Workbook Grades K-2

Writing Poetry Step by Step Printable Workbook Grades 1-6

Poetry Writing Meeting The Standards Printable Workbook Grades 1-2

Budding Poets Printable Workbook Grades 1-4

Read and Understand Poetry Printable Workbook Grades 2 and 3

Developing Reading Fluency With Poetry Grades 2-4

Read and Understand Poetry Printable Workbook Grades 3 and 4

Discovering Poetry Genres Printable Workbook Grades 3 and 4

Poetry Writing Meeting The Standards Printable Workbook Grades 3-5

Poetry Writing Handbook Printable Grades 4-6

Poetry Writing Meeting The Standards Printable Workbook Grades 5 and 6

Writing Poetry Printable Workbook Grades 5-8

Poetry Writing Meeting The Standards Printable Workbook Grades 6-8

Introduction To Poetry Power Point Grade 9

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