This is a great tactile and visual way to create original poetry. I call the game "Oh Craps"
because students roll for each part of their poem. The dice will decide the rhyme scheme, topic, etc. The kids love it.
This lesson is one of many in my Poetry Stations 2.0 Packet.
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