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The Poetry of Science

18 Jun

Stearn’s Elementary School students recently participated in the Massachusetts Science Poetry Contest. Below are some of their lovely poems. I was going to add photos, but these words create their own images. Don’t you agree?

These are diamante poems. A diamante poem is arranged in a diamond shape and composed of verbs, adjectives and nouns relating to a specific topic.

These poems published here on Dr. Augie’s will also be published in the “Massachusetts Science Poetry Book K-2.”

A special thanks to Principal Jeanne Bednarski and teachers extraordinaire: Betty O’Neil and Maryann Sherman (Maryann was my one of my favorite elementary school teachers! How cool is that?) for sharing these here on Dr. Augie’s website.

Gabriel S. Grade 2 Most Expressive

Gabriel S.
Grade 2
Most Expressive

Benjamin G Grade 2 Most Expressive

Benjamin G
Grade 2
Most Expressive

Mitchell A. & Lily P. Grade 2 Best Cooperative Poem

Mitchell A. & Lily P.
Grade 2
Best Cooperative Poem

bears

Alana H. & Brenna M.
Grade 2
Best Cooperative Poem

Dion B. Grade 2 Most Original

Dion B.
Grade 2
Most Original

Delanee S. Grade 2 Most Expressive

Delanee S.
Grade 2
Most Expressive

butterflies

Hunter G.
Grade 2
Most Expressive

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