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Poetry Idea Engine

Interactive, colorful activity with animation that teaches about four different kinds of poetry Haiku, Limerick, Cinquain, and Free Verse. Select a type for an explanation and an opportunity to write an example. courtesy of netTrekker
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Interactive, colorful activity with animation that teaches about four different kinds of poetry: Haiku, Limerick, Cinquain, and Free Verse. Select a type for an explanation and an opportunity to write an example.

courtesy of netTrekker

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