by Alexie Basil
Fourth grade teacher Sheryl Eaton knows it can be challenging to teach kids that poems do not have to rhyme.
That is why she wants to share her recent discovery, Somewhere Among by Annie Donwerth-Chikamatsu. This powerful story of a Japanese American girl living in Japan on 9/11 is told through narrative poetry, and Sheryl believes it serves as an excellent teaching tool in the classroom. Check out her review to learn more.
And click here to download a reproducible worksheet for your class!
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