Poem in your Pocket Day Printables
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Poem in your Pocket Day: Free Printables

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Free Poetry Printables for Poem in Your Pocket Day and Every Day! Check out these great poetry ideas for your homeschool this year!

You know I get excited about poetry, so National Poetry Month is a great excuse to revel in all the scintillating words I can. And carry a Poem in Your Pocket Day?! (April 30, 2020, in case you didn’t know)  Could you create a more perfect celebratory day for me if you tried?

But maybe you’re not quite sure what poem to carry in your pocket (or your wallet, diaper bag, purse, gym bag, etc).  I created some free printables to share!  Choose one of the selections below, or head to The Year of Memory Work for tons more options.

Poem in Your Pocket Day: Free Printables

Please download and print and share with your children, friends, and strangers this week, so they, too, can have a poem in their pocket!  And I’d love if it you shared pictures of your pocket-poems on my Facebook page or Instagram (tag @HumilityandDoxology and #pocketpoem #pocketpoemHD)!

You will never be alone with a poet in your pocket. ~John Adams

Want even more poetry resources?  Check out these other posts and videos:

Free Poetry Printables for Poem in Your Pocket Day

Nothing Gold Can Stay, by Robert Frost, National Poetry Month

Nothing Gold Can Stay pdf

Sonnet 116, Shakespeare, National Poetry Month

Sonnet 116 pdf

Ozymandias, Percy Bysshe Shelley, National Poetry Month, Poem in your Pocket

Ozymandias pdf

The Swing, by Robert Louis Stevenson, National Poetry Month, Poem in your pocket

The Swing pdf

Thank God for Dirty Dishes Poem

Thank God for Dirty Dishes pdf

Come by Facebook or Instagram and let me know what poetry you chose.  #PocketPoem #PocketPoemHD
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Poem in your Pocket Day: Free Poetry Printables


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Amy Sloan and her husband, John, are second-generation homeschoolers by grace alone to 5 children ages 4, 7, 9, 12, and 14. Their educational philosophy is one of humility and doxology, and follows primarily a classical approach. Amy loves coffee, and starts getting nervous if the stack of to-be-read library books beside her bed is less than 2 feet tall. Get her started on Shakespeare, Jane Austen, Homer, or Hamilton the Musical and it might be hard to get her to stop. Mostly, though, she gets really excited about the Gospel. The Sloan family adventures in North Carolina.