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Tom Cooper

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Limericks 2 (a follow up to Limerick unjumble)

1. Go to the note attached and look at the details about Limericks and the 10 examples. 2. Go to responses and create your own Limericks https://www.rhymezone.com https://rhymer.com These 2 websites are rhyming dictionaries Limericks Take Practice I know that writing limericks is going to seem hard at first because it’s sometimes difficult to get the rhythm, the rhymes, and the joke to all work together. But don’t worry; with a little practice, you’ll soon be creating funny limericks of your own that will make your friends and family laugh. Have fun!

3rd Grade, 5th Grade, 4th Grade, English Language Arts
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