Want to see them in action? Read about how I hosted a Haiku Writing Contest with my Grade 2-6 students.
- Recommended for: Grades 3-6
- Lesson Duration: about 30 minutes
- Formats: PDF and Google Slides (you only need one)
- Editable: no
- copy of haiku writing templates (some students may want to write more haiku, so be sure to have extra copies of different haiku shapes on hand).
- pen or pencil
- colored pencils, markers, or crayons
- safety scissors to cut out their haiku shape
- colored cardstock or construction paper
- glue stick to paste haiku shape on construction paper or cardstock
- basic rules of haiku writing
- how to count syllables
- Need a lesson for these? My for Grades 3-6 includes five rules for writing haiku and group practice for counting syllables.
- PDF of 10 lined templates (one shape per page)
- PDF of 10 unlined templates (one shape per page)
- Google Slides version–students can type directly on the slides.
owl, puddle, tree, flower, jellyfish, crab, spider, leaf, seashell, sunshine