Poems for Grade 1
In this poetry worksheet, 1st graders illustrate and discuss the poem The Pasture, by Robert Frost. Students then read the poem I Know All the Sounds the Animals Make, by Jack Prelutsky and use the words from the poem to fill in the blanks.
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