"M rs. Habs
Wee Willie Winkie
Wee Willie Winkie runs through the town,
Up stairs and down stairs, in his night-gown,
Rapping at the window, crying through the lock:
'Are the children in their beds, for it's past eight o'clock.'
Cinquain poems have five lines that follow a very definite order:
Two describing words for noun
Three describing words for noun
Four describing words for noun or a sentence about it
(same as first noun)
5 W's Poem
The five W's asking words:
What (action phrase)
When (time phrase)
Where (place phrase)
Why (explanation-phrase or sentence)
The students will be introduced to the acrostic style of poetry where a word is written down the side of the page vertically, then each line of the poem begins with a letter of that word.
W inter Wonderland
I ce is slippery
N othing is hot
T he weather is cold
E verything you touch is cold
R eally cold
5 Senses Poems
The five senses:
The five senses template: Topic: Fruit
Summer Fruit Name
Fruits are describe how it looks
Fruits smell describe how it smells.
Fruits feel describe how it feels.
Fruits sound describe how it sounds to eat it.
Fruits taste describe how it tastes.