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Ms. Jennifer McCaa

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Like-A-Poem

Today, I want to learn all about you through similes - comparisons of you to another thing of a different kind. You will make a poem on a large sheet of art paper following the guidelines below. 1. On the art paper: To begin, Write your first name creatively at the top of the page of art paper. The rest will be the poem. Each line should begin with "Like a or Like an...." Start with a pencil. Then, go back with color and decorate. 1st line of poem - Name an object in nature and compare it to your personality. 2nd line of poem - Name an animal and compare it to your personality. 3rd line of poem - Name two contrasting colors that best reflect your personality and explain how they are like you. 4th line of poem - Name a food and compare it to yourself. 5th line of poem - Compare yourself to an exotic location. 6th line of poem - Name an electrical appliance and compare it to yourself in an exotic way. 7th line of poem - Name a car and compare it to yourself. 8th line of poem - Select any category of your choice (other than what you've already used) and make a comparison to yourself. Some examples might be: sea creatures, articles of clothing, toys, or games. Be creative! 2. Click add 3. Take a picture photo of your completed work and post it to the assignment. 4. Make a recording mic or video video of you reading your completed poem. 5. When you are finished, click check to turn in your work.

3rd Grade, 5th Grade, 4th Grade, Social Emotional Learning
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Compatible with: Chromebooks, computers, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets, Android phones, Kindle Fire

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