How to Write Color Poetry with Sensory Images | Mini Lesson
Everyone has a favorite color! This Color Poetry lesson invites kids to write an image-rich poem about a single color that draws from the five senses. Print the pages to use again and again.
Everyone has a favorite color, whether it’s ocean blue, princess pink, or the rippling green of a grassy meadow.
This fun and easy mini lesson teaches kids how to write color poetry, inviting them to write a non-rhyming poem that’s filled with sensory imagery. They’ll use sight, sound, smell, taste, and touch to help them come up with rich, descriptive words and phrases. The result is a color poem that paints beautiful word pictures for the reader.
- Teaching instructions
- Color poem examples
- Student brainstorming worksheet
- Organizing worksheet that helps students arrange the elements of their poem
Students of all ages love this activity! Print the pages to use again and again.
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