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This product combines my Spring Things Poetry: Figurative Language DIGITAL Activity and my Spring Things Poetry: Figurative Language Activity and Bulletin Board to allow you to offer options to students. I created this during distance/hybrid learning. For my 6th graders, I put the printable pages on Google Classroom for those who had the ability to print (I also shared it with parents) but had the digital version as an option for remote learners who could not print.
These are also are part of Poetry and Figurative Language BUNDLE.
Students practice using figurative language by writing poetry about different spring things! This goes beyond just writing figurative language statements; instead it requires students to use critical thinking and creative writing skills to write poetry focusing on a specific type of figurative language.
This was created with middle schoolers in mind and encourages them to think deeply about things they may not have before! My own 6th graders had a blast doing this activity and it's a great break from test prep (while sneakily being test prep).
- Seven (7) planning pages on Google Slides. Students choose a spring thing to focus on. Here, they plan how to write a poem using a specific chosen figurative language.
- 15 original pieces of artwork by Mark Mariano. These spring things are what students choose to write their poems about. These are all on Google Slides. Students write their poem on the Google Slides using texts boxes.
- Detailed directions for you and students! Students can color the poem on Seesaw or any other drawing programs for PDFs. I also have my students share it to a Padlet site to share with staff and parents!
- Seven (7) planning worksheets. Students choose a spring thing to focus on. Here, they plan how to write a poem using a specific chosen figurative language. (A Google Form and paper survey is provided to survey students prior to lesson for their choices).
- 15 original pieces of artwork by Mark Mariano. These spring things are what students choose to write their poems about.
- Color and black and white bulletin board letters for printing.
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