Happy Poetry Friday! (Wondering what Poetry Friday is? Click here.) PF friends, I can’t remember if I’ve already told you, but we’re moving at the end of this month (still in the Twin Cities), and our home and schedules are buried in boxes and question marks. I am posting some things I still want to share, but I apologize in advance for being less active in visiting your blogs in May and June. I miss you!
Last week, I shared some fabulous equation poems from Lebanon Junction Elementary School. (Thanks for your kind support of these awesome young writers!)
This week, I have more student equation poems! Nothing makes me happier than when a teacher tags me with student work! (I’m @LauraPSalas most places.) These wonderful poems were written by 4th graders and shared by teacher aslan_magic on Twitter. Aren’t they terrific? Science. Art. Emotion. Sound effects. Family. Color. It’s all there, encapsulated in these tiny little observations that pack a punch. Thank you so much for sharing these, @aslan_magic! And writers–great job! It made my day to read these :>)
The generous and lovely Irene Latham has the Poetry Friday Roundup at Live Your Poem this week!