Inking Thoughts: Family Haiku

What do you notice?
  • Putting Your Thoughts on Paper: “What would Slushy’s experience be like?”
  • Gathering materials: family learning journals, pencils, colored pencils, crayons
  • Remind them to open their journals to the next available page and date it. Don’t forget to have them label the top of the page with today’s learning topic/skill.
  • Family Drafting: Creating a family Haiku. Ask each family member to brainstorm words/phrases that would fit todays Haiku topic. *Invite someone to list the words as they are being shared. Next: Invite someone to be the Haiku scribe as the family creates each of the three verses (Verse1 =5 syllables; Verse2 =7 syllables; Verse3 =5 syllables). *Clapping the words for syllables = choc/o/late = 3 syllables.
  • Drafting responses: Your learners will draft three Haiku sentences: Beginning = 5 syllables (top left box). Middle = 7 syllables (top right box and bottom left box). Ending = 5 syllables (bottom right box). Allow each family member to write their thoughts (10 min). Encourage the youngest members to draw their thoughts and assign someone to be their scribe.
  • Finally: Those that get done early… ask them to illustrate a scene for Slushy’s adventure.

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