Giving with Imagination
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Demonstrate gift giving as an act of caring about someone versus gifts for show (or gifts from the purse). Elementary learners practice giving gifts from the heart by creating a poem for someone special to them.
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- Use for gift-giving holidays, including Christmas, Hanukkah, or Mother's and Father's Days
- Connects to literary analysis skills and poetry writing lessons
- Includes a worksheet for pupils to brainstorm their poems
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