Bell Work

Poetry in a Box

Using word strips or the actual "Poetry in a Box" product have students create unique poetry. If you are making word strips on your own, use a variety of all types of words (noun, verb, adjective, etc.) as well as uncommon words. These are fun to share with the whole class.

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