Generate a poem with the link below or from one of the examples!A Fun Poetry Site
Acrostic Poetry...a NEW version!
Take a well-known phrase and put each word of it on a new line. Then use that topic to focus your poem ideas around.
Examples: Written collaboratively by 3rd graders!
Twinkle twinkle in the night sky
Twinkle like a beautiful light
Little kids like to look up and star gaze
Star show your brightness
How much I wish to see you
I think you are so interesting
Wonder how much you shimmer
What amazing sparkles you give usYou glitter like a golden towerAre the loveliest things in the skyShow Your Grit: An Acrostic Poem
I am first with 5
Then seven in the middle--
Five again to end.
Subject: nature, seasons, or animals
Flowers start to bloom
The baby birds start to chirp--It means renewal._______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________- See more at: https://www.cbsd.org/Page/18381#sthash.gJIOkfVc.dpuf
Tune: Row, Row, Row Your Boat
By: 3rd Grade Class
Halfs, thirds, fourths, and sixths
Fractions are so fun!
Exciting, exciting, exciting, exciting, they all add up to