Over the River and Through the Woods:Prepositional Poetry
Fifth graders will be able to identify and use prepositions correctly in written work.Â¿Â¿Â¿ They will also be able to identify poetic devices.They will see how their writing can be more descriptive and "visual" for their audience.
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