1. Click the green button. 2. Tap the picture and you may listen to the poem being read while you notice and wonder things about it. 3. Tap the label and drag the word to show where it appears in the poem. 4. Select ONE example and record an answer that would prove you understand why that is an example of that figurative language (please keep it less than 2 min.). 5. Then, write a caption explaining what this poem is telling us about water. 6. Press the green check button to submit your answer. This poem is from "Splish Splash" anthology by Joan B. Graham and illustrated by Steve Scott.
There is a "connected poem" to this activity. Look for "Ice Cubes" poem. It is a perfect way to compare and contrast.