Poetry can be a wonderful resource for musical experiences. By incorporating sounds and movement, along with the use of internalization, the learner will be able to perform and remember the given work. By allowing learners to be engaged in movement, listening, and speaking, they will be able to internalize and learn facts quickly. The objective of this plan is to facilitate the creative process. Intellectual and technical skills developed through music leads to more comprehensive brain development which contributes to academic achievement in other areas such as math and reading. Honing of self-expression and creativity motivates students to work harder in other classes and assist them with becoming more actively involved. A performance opportunity that encourages and nurtures lifelong connections and an appreciation for the arts assists in the growth of the whole child. This kind of learning experience enhances teamwork, discipline, and problem solving skills, which provides a natural fit for problem solving needed in math.