Students in Mrs. McHale’s seventh grade English classes have created Haiku poetry. Haiku is a traditional form of Japanese poem that consists of 3 lines. The first and last lines have 5 syllables and the middle has 7. These poems do not normally rhyme.
Students celebrated the four seasons selecting copyright free images to use as inspiration. They collaborated by adding their image to their own shared seasonal Google Slides, then typed the poem on their slide. Below are a few examples of their work.