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  • Amber Stark

    This pin has creative ideas that will help students learn poetry in a more applicable way!

  • Susan Ledbetter

    Write poems about popcorn and learn about onomatopoeia, repetition, & white space. Kids love this! Could also be done with other kinds of food, fireworks, animals...

  • Becky Musial

    onomatopoeia ideas

  • Kristen Hinnegan

    popcorn-poetry such a good idea

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