Shel Silverstein Homework

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I didn’t have a poem in my pocket, It – my pocket that is – was rather empty, But I smiled, and moved forward, One foot after the other, And, made it count, anyway. I’ll stick Shel’s poem in my pocket for tomorrow to share with my students, for a chuckle.

Sometimes, a day flashes past or the week disappears before my eyes without me realizing it. It’s easy to miss a day, it’s not so easy to miss a week. However, thanks to Mary (one of my favorite bloggers) from A Wilderness of Words I was reminded about National Poem in Your Pocket Day. The Homework Machine The Homework Machine, Oh, the Homework Machine, Most perfect contraption that’s ever been seen. It’ll be a day late, but no penalty for being late.

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You can learn more about the book at the publisher’s official site.

When I was in grade school, Shel Silverstein’s books were perpetually checked out at the library.

His silly and mischievous poems will inspire any kid.

Where the Sidewalk Ends: Silverstein reads 47 poems from this classic collection, including “Boa Constrictor,” “Sick” and “Crocodile’s Toothache.” You can read more about the book at the publisher’s official site.

Shel Silverstein – Invitation Shel Silverstein – Eighteen Flavors Shel Silverstein – Melinda Mae Shel Silverstein – Sick Shel Silverstein – Ickle Me, Pickle Me, Tickle Me Too Shel Silverstein – Enter This Deserted House Shel Silverstein – Jimmy Jet and His TV Set Shel Silverstein – For Sale Shel Silverstein – Warning Shel Silverstein – The Yipiyuk Shel Silverstein – Crocodile’s Toothache Shel Silverstein – Stone Telling Shel Silverstein – Ridiculous Rose Shel Silverstein – Boa Constrictor Shel Silverstein – Peanut-Butter Sandwich Shel Silverstein – Listen to the Mustn’ts Shel Silverstein – Hug o’ War Shel Silverstein – Smart Shel Silverstein – Forgotten Language Shel Silverstein – The Farmer and the Queen Shel Silverstein – The One Who Stayed Shel Silverstein – No Difference Shel Silverstein – Wild Boar Shel Silverstein – Thumbs Shel Silverstein – Sarah Cynthia Sylvia Stout Would Not Take the Garbage Out Shel Silverstein – My Hobby Shel Silverstein – Early Bird Shel Silverstein – Me-Stew Shel Silverstein – Captain Hook Shel Silverstein – With His Mouth Full of Food Shel Silverstein – The Flying Festoon Shel Silverstein – The Silver Fish Shel Silverstein – The Generals Shel Silverstein – The Worst Shel Silverstein – Dreadful Shel Silverstein – My Beard Shel Silverstein – The Little Blue Engine Shel Silverstein – If I Had a Brontosaurus Shel Silverstein – One Inch Tall Shel Silverstein – Long-Haired Boy Shel Silverstein – Rain Shel Silverstein – True Story Shel Silverstein – Hungry Mungry Shel Silverstein – Standing Shel Silverstein – If the World Was Crazy Shel Silverstein – Hector the Collector Shel Silverstein – Spaghetti A Light in the Attic: In another classic collection, the poet reads 39 poems out loud–growling, singing, yelling, whispering and every other way you can bend his words.

Just put in your homework, then drop in a dime, Snap on the switch, and in ten seconds’ time, Your homework comes out, quick and clean as can be. We both need a chuckle and a smile after a week of testing.

I’ve been talking trash in regular science and the students are testing their landfills for methane.

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