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Write a Sense Poem

Write a Sense Poem

Read a variety of poems aloud that include descriptive words that appeal to the senses. Talk about the images that these words evoke. Ask the child to recall descriptive words from the poems, and their relation to each of the five senses. Choose a familiar place, such as the park or the schoolyard, for the child to create a poem, completing the following: I see ____ . I hear ____ . I smell ____ . I feel ____ .

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Tue, Oct 27, '20

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