3rd Grade - Write from Personal Experience
Write poems, stories, and essays based upon thoughts, feelings, and experiences. 0301.3.7
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- Cinquain lesson - Use this technology integration lesson in a variety of subjects.
- Haiku - Students will be able to create a classical Japanese form of Poetry called Haiku
- How to Write an "I Can't Write a Poem" Poem - lesson plan
- How to Write Exaggerations - write an exaggeration poem comparing someone you know to some other person or to all other people in the world.
- Letter Poem Creator: Student Interactive - Letter poems are a particularly apt medium for exploring a defining characteristic of poetry-line breaks. As students work to transform narrative-style letters (shown at left) into poetic format, they are encouraged to think carefully about where to end each line.
- Pageant of Poetry-A Center Approach - [select third grade and then look in the poetry section] students will learn different types of poetry such as haiku, acrostic, couplet, shape poem, and quatrain. [This expired link is available through the Wayback Machine Internet Archive. If the page doesn't load quickly click on Impatient? at the bottom right of the page.]
- Shape Poem - A shape poem is a poem that describes an object and is written in the shape of the object. In this online tool, elementary students can select shapes from four different themes: Nature, School, Sports, and Celebrations. Within these themes, 19 different shapes are included.
- Understanding Eletelephony and Other Small Words Through Poetry - [select third grade and then look in the poetry section]year long Poetry unit to help third graders enjoy, interpret and understand poems [This expired link is available through the Wayback Machine Internet Archive. If the page doesn't load quickly click on Impatient? at the bottom right of the page.]
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