We’re thankful for
Peter Reynolds and Paul Reynolds, and their sister Jane, from Fablevision for visiting our school last week and bringing with them a message of creativity and imagination.
We’re all going places and connecting the dots!
— Mr. Hodgson and Mrs. Mari
Want to try to record your poem with your partner?
Try out Vocaroo.
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We’re going to build a
Collaborative Haiku Project together. First, log into your Google Accounts and then come back here.
Click on either the image or
this link. Choose an empty slide and add your haiku with a visual background.
You may want something more advanced for the art for your Picture Book Project. If so, this site —
Draw Island — might work for you. It has a variety of tools but is not too overly complicated to use.
If you want more water-color-style, then try out
OneMotion’s Sketch Tool.
In either case, create something and then save it to your computer. Then, upload it as art into the My Awesome Publishing site.
After you write your poem, head on over to the Visual Poetry site and create a Shape Poem version of your poem about Quidditch. Use the words to make the shape of the thing you have written about.
Go to the Visual Poetry site
When you are done, be sure to SAVE/DOWNLOAD your image from Visual Poetry and then UPLOAD it into your Google Doc file, so that you have both versions of your poem. Then, share your Google Doc with me.