Recognise Some Different Forms of Poetry Haiku Lesson Teaching Pack

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  • This is just what I need for the last full week at school. Thank you

    , Jul 8th
    • Hi andylyn1,
      You're very welcome :)

      , Jul 9th
  • A beautiful resource! Arigatou!

    , Jun 16th
    • Hi MissPointon_Nicola,
      You're very welcome - so glad we could help!

      , Jun 16th
  • Will use this in the next literacy unit. Good power point -thanks

    , Apr 27th
  • Fantastic resource, along with all the other poetry packs. The kids loved the lesson and really got to grips with the idea of a haiku.

    , Mar 19th
Recognise Some Different Forms of Poetry Haiku Lesson Teaching Pack

Recognise Some Different Forms of Poetry Haiku Lesson Teaching Pack - Trying to write haiku with your class? Here is all you need!
This zip file contains:
  • Haiku Teaching Powerpoint [PPT]
  • Haiku Planning Sheet [PDF]
  • Haiku Rules Poster [PDF]

This resource is available in Standard.
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