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#17stubc: Week 3 - Activity 2 A Poem About Dogs By Destiny Dogs are not hogs, but they don't have clogs. Dogs have claws, but they don't have school laws. They do not like laws, but they do like wet paws. Dogs love bones, but do not like toads. (More)
Original, Spectacular, Thoughtful Poetry!
If you have been following our blog, you already know we are huge fans of poetry. This time we changed it up in two ways. First, we will be sharing poetry we wrote! Second, we will "recite" our poetry using a flash card video. We hope you like our po (More)
Our Eventful Week
When we say it was eventful, we are not joking around! Here's a quick overview of our memorable week. It was time again to show what we know! We took our reading and math benchmark tests. In honor of More)
We Love Poetry!
Last time we recited poetry for you, Mrs. Farris gave us a very good tip. She said we should lower our folders so you could not only see us, but hear us better! We decided to challenge ourselves and go one step further. We memorized our poems! We kno (More)
Poetry You'll Want to Hear!
We kicked off our week with new poetry folders. They are filled with lots of great poems, and the best thing is we will be adding to them throughout the year! We think everyone should read poetry because it is fun, but Mrs. Moore likes it because it (More)
Pieces of Me
Have you ever thought about your favorite piece of you? There are so many, how do you choose just one? Mrs. Moore put us up to the challenge. We had to pick just one piece of us that we think is extraordinary and write a poem telling why. Mrs. Moore (More)
John Muir and Theodore Roosevelt Poems
Last week, we read The Camping Trip that Changed America by Barb Rosenstock. After, we chose one person to research, either John Muir or Theodore Roos (More)
By Way Of The Sonoran Desert
What you are about to hear are original poems written by our class! Our poetry book titled, By Way of the Sonoran Desert, highlights different animals living in our special desert. We also hope you enjoy our art painted especially to accompany our po (More)
Historical Bio Poems
In honor of two men that loved nature, John Muir and Theodore Roosevelt, we wrote historical bio poems. We had two choices for presenting out poems, either Voki or More)
Bio Poems
You are going to love this post! We not only wrote fabulous poems about ourselves, but used Chromebooks and Haiku Deck to publish them. If you have not used Haiku Deck before, you are in fo (More)
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