Help your kids dress up their homeschool planners or just enjoy these twelve pieces of copywork from famous poets such as Tennyson, Bryant, Lowell, and more with this FREE Months of the Year Copywork printable.
This fun set of copywork is arranged by month, with each poem arranged on a page designed to fit into a planning notebook. Each poem coordinates with the month or season, and each page includes the month’s name in a decorative design. They would make excellent dividers between the months in a student’s planner!
Excerpts included are:
- Ring Out, Wild Bells, by Alfred, Lord Tennyson (January)
- Among the Trees, by William Cullen Bryant (February)
- March, by William Cullen Bryant (March)
- Poor Robin’s Almanac, 1760 (April)
- Song of May Morning, by John Milton (May)
- The Vision of Sir Launfal, by James Russell Lowell (June)
- The Months, by Sara Coleridge (July)
- In August, by William Dean Howells (August)
- September, by Helen Hunt Jackson (September)
- Maple Leaves, by Thomas Bailey Aldrich (October)
- Down to Sleep, by Helen Hunt Jackson (November)
- Marmion: A Christmas Poem, by Sir Walter Scott (December)
Each poem is given in print copywork. Blank lines are included to copy the poem. This FREE Months of the Year Copywork is a great way to practice handwriting and help kids personalize their planner!
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