How to Write a Haiku
Our lesson in history today was about the Yamato Dynasty in Japan. Did you know that it is the longest running dynasty and is still in rule today?! Here are some beautiful Haiku's... Summer by Luke
Sun is shinning bright In summer plants and flowers bloom The grass is so wet
Spring by Isabel
Trees are full of leaves Butterflies are colorful Birds are graceful
Swimming by Sylvia
Swimming, jumping, splashing Daddy is a cannonball Falling cool water
Teaching your children to create a Haiku is a great activity. They love to count the syllables and create a beautiful scene with words. The rules are simple...
1. A Haiku is three lines -first line is five syllables. -second line is seven syllables. -third line is five syllables.
2. The subject of a Haiku is nature.
3. The purpose of a Haiku is to paint a picture in your mind, NOT to tell a story.