Have you heard of “book spine poetry?” It’s a kind of poetry that you don’t really write. You “find” it by arranging book titles to make a poem.
This type of poem can be serious or funny, just like in regular poetry. We document them by taking pictures:
5th graders & Ms. María
this morning our young explorers are investigating. Bees!:
Bees are insects. Everyone knows about at least one part of their anatomy: Its stinger. They have six legs, four wings and two antennae. They are black with yellow stripes. They eat pollen in the flowers. Bees buzz and they are members of the colony.