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Poetic Quest #21


Poem #21

Crocodile’s Toothache by: Shel Silverstein


Poetic Quest #20


Poem #20

I Don’t Want to Do Homework by: Alan Katz

You can earn 25 points each for writing one or both of the types of poems below: Tanka or Triolet.  (Click on the pictures below to learn how to write these types of poems).  You must post these poems on the Padlet to earn your points (max 50 points). Your poem on the Padlet must include a picture that matches your poem: 

Poetic Quest #19


Poem #19

Deep in Our Refrigerator by: Jack Prelutsky

Poetic Quest #18


Poem #18

Sick by: Shel Silverstein

Poetic Quest #17


Poem #17

Home Sweet Home by: John Howard Payne

Poetic Quest #16


Poem #16

Mad About Math by: Alan Katz
(2 page poem, remember to click on picture to enlarge)

Poetic Quest #15


Poem #15

A Pep Talk by: Kid President

Poetic Quest #14


Poem #14

Early Bird by: Shel Silverstein

Poetic Quest #13


Poem #13

The Worm the Wouldn’t Wiggle by: Steve Attewell

Poetic Quest #12


Poem #12

A Vulture’s Guide to Good Manners by: Deborah Ruddell

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Who Was Dr. Seuss?
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The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz
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The Bad Beginning
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