SOLSC: Playing with Form and Words


Last week, I finally finished a poem for a belated summer poetry swap. I sent it off and will share was a modified Fibonacci form and words. There’s been another poem rolling around this week:

Adventures for you
Waiting on shelves, saying “pick me.”
Which book will you choose? Funny, sad, scary, check them out.
Taking you to the worlds unknown
Night time, page turning reads
Readers rock
Two Writing Teachers are featuring the other slices.

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4 Responses to SOLSC: Playing with Form and Words

  1. janemartyn says:

    Fun! Thanks for posting this- it doesn’t get better than a fun, book poem does it?

  2. Linda Baie says:

    Wonderful, Jone. The ‘fib’ poems are fun to do with students, and this should be posted in your library!

  3. Carol says:

    OK, should I admit that I have never heard of a Fibonacci poem! A fun mentor text for kids! This one would be fun to use as a center in the library.

  4. Chris says:

    Love this poem! I think it would be a great mentor text for students – thanks for sharing!

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