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The Poetry In A Balloon Project
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What IS the
Poetry In A Balloon Project?
Here’s how it works:
- Your group gathers and writes short poems. Haiku and couplets work well. So do short acrostic poems. If you need help to write them, you can visit http://www.inklesstales.com/teaching_poetry. There are some good ideas there – and some good “How-Tos” about writing poetry.
- Some more “Inspiration for Creation” can be found at http://www.inklesstales.com/sparkers.
- Next: Download the PDF (that means “Adobe Portable Document Format”) and print it out. This will be a page with four sections on it – for four poems. You can fold this page into four sections, and then cut or tear it into fourths.
- That will make it small enough to roll up tightly, so you can sneak it into the mouth of your balloon.
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