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22 reviewed resources for spring haiku poetry

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Spring Haiku Poetry Podcast

For Teachers 4th
A instructional activity that incorporates technology with the writing of Haiku poetry awaits your fourth-graders. After being introduced to Haiku poetry, they brainstorm a list of Spring images, words, and things that happen in nature....
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Spring into Poetry

For Teachers K - 5th
How many different types of poetry are there? Let me count them; list poems, haiku, and makes-me-think poems are only a few. Learners create their own poems accompanied by artistic projects such as haiku poems written on kites.
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How to Write a Haiku

For Students 3rd - 8th Standards
A haiku is the focus of an activity that challenges scholars to draft an original poem. Authors discover the origin and components of a haiku, read three example poems, then follow six steps to compose their own. 
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Spring Haiku

For Teachers 2nd - 4th
Students take a walk outside to observe signs of spring. They record observations of what they hear, see, smell and feel and record them on a sheet of paper using a clipboard.
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The World of Haiku

For Teachers 6th - 8th
Students complete a study of Japanese culture through haiku. They read and interpret haiku poetry and write haiku of their own.
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Spring into Poetry

For Students 3rd Standards
Looking to cover types of poetry and informational text in one lesson? Use a reading comprehension activity that focuses on explanations of rhyming poems, acrostics, quatrains, and haikus, while prompting third graders to answer...
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Creating and Presenting Haiku With Kid Pix

For Teachers 3rd - 5th
Students research the history and characteristics of haiku poetry using books and the Internet. They use Kid Pix to create and present original haiku.
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My Antonia: Guided Imagery

For Teachers 9th - 12th
Willa Cather's novel My Antonia is full of vivid imagery. Encourage your pupils to visualize and translate images from the text into original writing with this guided imagery activity. Learners listen to an excerpt, take a moment to...
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Haikus for All Seasons

For Teachers 6th - 8th
Students venture outside and take notes on what they observe through their five senses. They use the Olympus D-545 digital cameras to capture pictures that they feel best represent the current season. Students write one to the three...
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Plants and the Environment Using Haiku

For Teachers 3rd
Third graders examine traditional Japanese haiku through the process of reading and composing their own haiku. They do so by recording/reviewing the growth of a plant. Students use a digital picture and PowerPoint to create a finished...
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Teach21 Lesson: One With Nature, Lesson 6/16

For Teachers 6th - 8th
Explore the unpredictable side of nature in this lesson, which compares and contrasts students' experiences with floods with those in Come a Tide by George Ella Lyon. Students use the information from the story and from the discussion to...
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The Season of Spring

For Teachers 5th - 8th
Young scholars perform a story from Greek mythology of how spring came to be. In this performing arts activity, students study the play of Persephone and use instruments and dance to put on a performance.
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Spring Doesn't Bug Me

For Teachers 3rd - 4th
Pupils make a ladybug art item using math vocabulary and measurements of circles. Ladybugs are made using a compass. Once the bug is complete, attach a previously-written Haiku to it.
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"In Cell-a-bration of Cells"

For Teachers 6th
Sixth graders explore biology by completing a poetry worksheet. In this cell research lesson plan, 6th graders identify the different types of living cells such as eukaryotic, and describe their main functions. Students create a haiku...
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Syllable Poetry Writing for Kids

For Teachers 3rd - 5th
Young scholars examine a variety of poems. In this syllable poetry lesson, students view the structure of several poems and their origin. 
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Shintoism

For Teachers 7th - 9th
Take a trip to Japan in this bright and vivid presentation that displays the philosophies  and traditions of Shintoism. Pictures of temples, shrines, and theater productions will enthrall your class and bring their study of world...
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Narrow Road to the Interior

For Teachers 9th - 12th
High schoolers investigate the life and work of the Japanese poet, Matsuo Basho as the Japanese poetic forms are studied. Nature, symbolism, and history are probed as the lesson is developed.
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How to Start a Poetry Journal

For Students 3rd - 8th Standards
Practice makes proficient! Using a journal of their choice, authors organize pages, then begin their writing journey of on-going writing practice in which they compose all poetic forms including diamante, limerick, free verse, and more!
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Types of Poetry

For Teachers 9th - 12th
Introduce a class of creative writers to multiple types of poetry with this visual funfest. It efficiently discusses the different forms of poetry, and provides examples of the meter and rhyme schemes of limericks, haiku, sonnets, Ezra...
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Write a Tanka Poem

For Students 6th
In this Tanka poem worksheet, 6th graders analyze a Tanka poem for number of syllables and content parameters, then write one about a journey, real or imagined using the 6 step writing process.
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The Wilderness Concept: Our National Parks, History and Issues

For Teachers 6th - 8th
Students examine the history of the National parks. In groups, they discuss the concepts of conservation and preservation. They discuss the use of natural resources and how some are renewable and non-renewable. To end the lesson, they...
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Feudal Japan - It's All Japanese to Me!

For Teachers 5th
Students research the culture of feudal Japan. They discuss shoguns, emperors and clans. They practice writing Japanese letters.