Shelebrate “Poet Tree” Month with Shel Silverstein
Create your own “Poet Tree” and have a Shelebration all April-long! Just print out a set of leaves, jot down a few poems, and share using #ShelPoetTree. We can’t wait to see what you put in the world!
2016 Poetry Month Activities
Celebrate the world of Shel Silverstein with these brand-new printable activities from Where the Sidewalk Ends, A Light in the Attic, Falling Up, Every Thing On It, and Runny Babbit.
Poetry Month 2015 Event Kit
In this kit of all-new thought-provoking and fun printable activities based on the wonderful cast of characters in Falling Up Special Edition and Runny Babbit, you’ll meet the Monkey, have fun with Headphone Harold, get silly with spoonerisms, and much more.
The Giving Tree 50th Anniversary Event Kit
Celebrate the 50th anniversary of The Giving Tree, as well as the anniversaries of five other Shel Silverstein titles, with these all-new activities.
2013 Poetry Workshop Kit
In this brand-new kit, children will learn about many different types of poetry, gain clever tips to write their own, and compile their own poetry portfolio, all while having some fun along the way.
Poetry Month 2012 Event Kit
In this kit, the first to feature Every Thing On It, kids will delight in activities such as Shel-doku, make your own bookplates, word scrambles, and more.
Poetry Month 2011 Event Kit
Kids will learn to write their own poems, build vocabulary skills, and solve word puzzles in this kit celebrating all of Shel Silverstein’s poetry books.
Poetry Month 2010 Event Kit
This kit celebrates the zany, wild, and creative world of Shel Silverstein and his characters from books including Don’t Bump the Glump! and A Giraffe and a Half with activities such as the Cherished Characters Crossword, Perform a Poem, and Spot the Difference.
Poetry Month 2009 Event Kit
This kit provides a variety of materials to host your own Shelebration event. Activities include the Lafcadio the Lion Word Search, the Runny Babbit Decoder Game, and The Missing Piece Maze.
Poetry Month 2008 Event Kit
In this kit, kids will have the chance to talk like Runny Babbit, compose their own ending to one of Shel Silverstein’s poems, and design their own postage stamp in honor of Poetry Month.