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Adam Whiteman

Student Instructions

Can You Haiku?

In this activity, you need to write two haiku poems. At least one of your poems should be about nature. Use the label tool in the templates provided to brainstorm and choose your topics, brainstorm your ideas and write your own haiku poems. Remember that a haiku poem has three lines, and follows the syllable pattern 5-7-5. When you have finished writing, check/edit your work. Make sure that you have: - A title - Three lines - Correct syllable count on each line - Capital letters and punctuation (where needed) - Correct spelling - Writing that makes sense.

2nd Grade, 4th Grade, 3rd Grade, Home Learning, Writing, English Language Arts
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Compatible with: Chromebooks, computers, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets, Android phones, Kindle Fire

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This activity allows students to practice writing haiku poetry.