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Poetry: Spring Writing Projects

Time for Haiku, Diamonte, and Cinquain poems I think! With all the gorgeous nature blooming all around us students have much to use as inspiration. Use these digital resources to get your students writing about Spring, flowers, and butterflies! Oh, my!

Diamonte Poem Creator

Shape Poem Creator

Acrostic Poem Creator

Haiku Poem Starter

Haiku Gallery for Student Examples and Posting Your Students’ Work

Giggle Poetry

Poetry Printables from Scholastic

Poetry Help for Middle Schoolers

Poetry Out Loud Contest for High School Students

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