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Looking for creative and unique DIGITAL poetry activities to inspire students' poetry writing, review figurative language and encourage students to embrace a poetry unit!
All of the activities can be adapted for different ages and abilities - I have successfully used these activities from 6th - 10th grade! Each of the individual resources in this bundle comes with lesson ideas, full assignment sheets, brainstorming graphic organizers, rubrics and more.
ALL RESOURCES ARE SHARED ON GOOGLE SLIDES™. Use with Google Classroom™, OneDrive™, Office365™, and other online digital platforms. Perfect for online and distance learning. Activities are completed online!
Pet Peeve Poem - Practice Writing With Similes - Digital
Students read a poem rich in similes and then write their own poems in a similar style. Great practice for identifying similes! Students love the opportunity to use similes to write a poem about their pet peeves!
My Life in 30 Words Poetry / Back To School Activity - Digital
Have students write a 30-word poem about themselves. Includes assignment sheet, brainstorming worksheet, templates, and examples. Great for Back to School!
Comparing Prose to Poetry - Digital
Using short newspaper articles as a prompt, students write a poem using the images and ideas in the articles. A unique way to show students the difference between prose and poetry and have them work with both genres.
Imagery Poem - Digital
Using a short poem with imagery as an example, students write their own poems. Includes assignment, brainstorming pages, and more!
Hero Music - Music Lyrics as Poetry - Digital
Using music lyrics as an example of poetry, students pick songs that best exemplify the idea of a hero. Includes links to 8 suggested songs!
Digital Poetry Poster Project
A fun way to review or practice figurative language! Covers - simile, metaphor, hyperbole, onomatopoeia, rhyme, alliteration, and personification. Two versions included for easy differentiation!
Out My Window Poetry
Using the view from their window or any other window, students write a poem to show what they can see.
Laughing At Limericks
Examples and templates for students to complete their own limericks.
**PLEASE NOTE - THE CONTENT OF ALL RESOURCES IS NOT EDITABLE.**
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