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Haiku is a challenge. Seems easy - 5/7/5 count on three lines. That's all they taught in High School English. However, Haiku captures an image in the length of a breath. Traditionally, the poem references in some way a season. My work may not follow that rule however each one does seek to capture an image or moment.  Poets Pages -  You will find several on one page, each is its own poem, standing alone.

Haiku is a challenge. Seems easy - 5/7/5 count on three lines. That's all they taught in High School English. However, Haiku captures an image in the length of a breath. Traditionally, the poem references in some way a season. My work may not follow that rule however each one does seek to capture an image or moment. Poets Pages - You will find several on one page, each is its own poem, standing alone.

"Frog jumping so high, Jumping in the water stream, Frog, I can see you".  4th grade students at Meeting Street Academy in Charleston, SC write poetry in the tradition of Japanese haiku - a three-line poem with seventeen syllables, written in a 5/7/5 syllable count.  MSA founder Ben Navarro champions educational opportunities for under-resourced families. Language Arts are a key component of his vision. #Haiku #Poetry #Art #Education #MeetingStreetAcademy #BenNavarro #ShermanFinancialGroup

"Frog jumping so high, Jumping in the water stream, Frog, I can see you". 4th grade students at Meeting Street Academy in Charleston, SC write poetry in the tradition of Japanese haiku - a three-line poem with seventeen syllables, written in a 5/7/5 syllable count. MSA founder Ben Navarro champions educational opportunities for under-resourced families. Language Arts are a key component of his vision. #Haiku #Poetry #Art #Education #MeetingStreetAcademy #BenNavarro #ShermanFinancialGroup

In this writing activity, students will choose an overall theme for their four haiku, one for each of the four seasons, use imagery and descriptive language.   Includes: *Step by step brainstorming guide *5-7-5 line reminders *Usage guide *Common Core (CCSS) alignment *Digital usage guide for Google Classroom and other online learning management systems

In this writing activity, students will choose an overall theme for their four haiku, one for each of the four seasons, use imagery and descriptive language. Includes: *Step by step brainstorming guide *5-7-5 line reminders *Usage guide *Common Core (CCSS) alignment *Digital usage guide for Google Classroom and other online learning management systems

Have students focus on descriptive writing, imagery, and word choice as they write themed haiku for each of the four seasons.

Have students focus on descriptive writing, imagery, and word choice as they write themed haiku for each of the four seasons.

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