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Bryant Elementary Mrs. Martin - 2nd Grade Is it a Haiku? GO.

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2 Bryant Elementary Mrs. Martin - 2nd Grade Is it a Haiku? GO

3 What is a Haiku? A haiku is a short Japanese type poem consisting of three lines. The first and third lines have five syllables, the second line has seven. Frogs sit on the bank A ripple on the pond forms As they all jump in Go

4 What are syllables? Syllables are parts that make up a word that are seperated by vowel sounds. bird popcorn butterfly Go

5 How many Syllables? Count the syllables of each line and click your answer. Clap, tap, or snap to help you hear the syllables! 1. Frogs sit on the bank A ripple on the pond forms As they all jump in Go

6 Correct ! Go

7 Correct ! Go

8 Correct ! Go

9 Not quite Frogs sit on the bank 5 Go

10 Not quite Frogs sit on the bank 5 Go

11 Almost A ripple on the pond forms 7 Go

12 Almost A ripple on the pond forms 7 Go

13 Hold on As they all jump in 5 Go

14 Hold on As they all jump in 5 Go

15 Great job! You did it! Go

16 Haiku Syllable Pattern The syllable pattern in a haiku is always Go

17 Review the lesson Go

18 Is it a haiku? We met at the park Swinging up high, digging holes Imaginations YesYes NoNo Go

19 Incorrect, this is a haiku Go

20 Great job! Go

21 Good Job! Youve worked very hard to learn what a haiku is. You can count the syllables in a line. You know that the haiku syllable pattern is


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