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Theme Poems

Kids will love to write and publish their own poems on these fun and inspirational themes!
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Get kids writing poetry with fun shapes and themes. Students can click on the category they are most interested in (nature, school, sports, celebrations, or shapes), and then choose a theme. They can then type eight words or phrases to describe the theme. These words become prewriting to help students create and type a poem on the theme they have chosen. Once the title has been added, students can finish their work. The completed picture poem is displayed in black and white for students to print, save, or share. Kids will love to write and publish their own poems on these fun and inspirational themes!

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