heather cleaves the students did a very good job on their poetry
Rebecca Meier Very poetic and beautiful.
Mrs. Lyon What a creative class!
nancymarch Lulu takes one last look before sharing the poem with her classmates.
nancymarch Trevor uses sensory details to write his acrostic poem.
nancymarch Anna reads her limerick.
nancymarch Blythe brings her artistic talent to the poem.
nancymarch Ceanne pens a haiku for apple season.
nancymarch Ceanne shares her masterpiece.
nancymarch Hannah shares her creative poem - oranges.
nancymarch James uses pencil to sketch illustrations for the poem.
nancymarch Joey reads and shares his illustration.
nancymarch Jonny writes an acrostic poem.
nancymarch Charlie reads her poem and changes it up.
nancymarch Charlie illustrates her interpretation of a Granny Smith apple.
nancymarch Scarlett uses apple prints to illustrate the poem.
nancymarch Eli, the actor, recites the poem. Together we will sail into the year playing with poetry.
nancymarch Poetry brings together a community.
nancymarch Jonny reads from his acrostic poem APPLES.
nancymarch Apple, by Nan Fry inspired the poets and the scientists of room 303 to recreate the poem in new and creative ways.
nancymarch Mary recites the poem Apple and turns her love of the poem into homemade apple pie which in turn became part of a math lesson and work of art.
nancymarch Anna wrote a limerick about apples and performs it in two voices with her friend Ceanne.