Haiku poems

Stars of the Week: Helena and Iyad

As part of our English and geography topic on Japan, Class 2 have learnt to write haiku poems. They have 3 lines and seventeen syllables, and often describe the seasons and nature. Well done to Helena and Iyad for producing some very descriptive poems, choosing their vocabulary carefully to reflect their chosen season.

If you would like to have a go at writing a haiku, remember it needs three lines with five syllables in the first and last, and seven syllables in the middle. Post you work in the comments section to have it published on our blog!

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