Sunday, April 16, 2023

April - Poetry Month - Day Sixteen - Picture Poem


       Happy Poetry Month, where poems parade in the streets, run like rivers within our veins or settle in our hearts every.single,time. 
       I am planning to use this older book pictured left that follows the alphabet with one kind of prompt each day. I used this book on occasion in the classroom years ago, but never worked through it day by day, with deliberation! Here goes!

      Today I also have a second post. It's my turn to write the next line for the Progressive Poem. See that HERE!

      P is for Picture Poem, often returned to as a concrete or shape poem. Here's what I created!


  1. Concrete poems are tricky, but this is sweet, Linda!

  2. Love this, Linda! I find shape (or concrete) poems hard. I'll have to play with them in Canva. Is that what you used? On to read your line for Progressive Poem now! Time to start thinking... Thank you!

  3. Thanks, Catherine & Carol. I find them tricky, too, & was not very pleased with this but finally had to stop to do other things! I liked what I wrote but the visual was trickier. No, I used a site called Be Funky, Carol. Maybe next time will try Canva.

  4. Linda, I thought your concrete poem is delicious and I think children will enjoy it. Thanks for the site, Be Funky. I will take a look at it because I haven't used it.


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