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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...
popcorn-poetry such a good idea
Take a page of a book. Square and don't color in some word to make a note. So cute! But perhaps I'll use English...
Fun Poetry with Kids – Repetition & Onomatopoeia Ã‚Â« Imagination Soup Fun Learning and Play Activities for Kids
get kids writing sensory poetry with popcorn!
Writing poems with kids using repetition & onomatopoeia.
Pickle Poetry - Concrete Poems
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“Writing a poem is making music with words and space.” – Arnold Adoff
The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything extension activities.
Figurative Language; onomatopoeia; I gave each group a different photo (amusement park, NASCAR race, and busy kitchen) and they brainstormed words. The students were very engaged.
FREE Elementary poetry collection (poems to use throughout the year)
25 Types of Poetry- great list!! I might use this as a literacy task challenge. Give the list to students and have them choose a format to write a poem to review science/social studies content.
Wonderful poem activity, where students have to guess what the poem is describing and state their proof.