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Ask them to write the picture number on the back of the poem. Collect the poems. Hang the pictures on a bulletin board, and hang the haikus that are written about them around the corresponding pictures. Add a banner that reads A PICTURE IS WORTH SEVENTEEN SYLLABLES. 55 I’m a Poet, and I Know It Writing Poetry Students will be amazed at how poetic their writing can be when they just put their minds—and their five senses—to it. M aterials 20 Totally Awesome & Totally Easy Language Arts Bulletin Boards © Michael Gravois, Scholastic Teaching Resources ✹ paper C ♦ ♦ ✹ colored pencils and markers ✹ construction paper ✹ spray glue reating the Bulletin Board Turn off the lights, and have students close their eyes.
Reating the Bulletin Board On the It’s a Match! template, each student will write the sentence that his or her combined subject/predicate created. The subject should be written in one color and the predicate in another. Then have each student draw a zany picture of the sentence in the snapshot area. Attach an IT’S A MATCH ribbon to any of the templates where the subjects and predicates match up to make the original sentence. ) Hang their finished work on a bulletin board under a banner that reads IT’S A MATCH!
Tape panels together from behind ➜ 20 Totally Awesome & Totally Easy Language Arts Bulletin Boards © Michael Gravois, Scholastic Teaching Resources figure 2 ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ Students should brainstorm major events that happened during each year of their life. They might want to consult their parents for more information. Have students write a complete, detailed paragraph describing each event. They should write the paragraphs under the flaps on their time line, from left to right, starting from their year of birth up to the current year.
20 Totally Awesome & Totally Easy Language Arts Bulletin Boards by Michael Gravois