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Jessica Lawler
5th grade teacher at Abundant Life Academy
Nutley, New Jersey
"Look High, Look Right, Watch Poetry Take Flight" is a combination of two recent poetry projects: diamante poems (the kites) and acrostic poems (the cloud and rainbows).




Kathleen Wilderman
Mineral Springs Elementary School  5th grade
Ellerbe, North Carolina



















Kelly Hall
Jaworek Elementary
Marlborough, MA
Grade level: 4
'"Paint Chip Poetry"  1st line is a metaphor, 2-4th lines are similes
Visit Kelly Hall's 'Fabulous in Fourth' Blog for more information and samples of her students' poems.


Nancy Bruton and Gayle Greenwald
Grades 4 & 5     Navajo School
Palos Heights, IL

Jan Tappan
4th Grade   Mountain View Elementary
Tujunga, California
The idea isn't mine, but I love how it turned out. There's a book called The Best Part of Me which gave me the idea, then I saw photos of another teacher's bulletin board at a different school and loved it. We did this for open house, and it was a big hit.


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