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  LEPRECHAUN First Grade Poetry
by m j . hollingshead
Wednesday, March 09, 2011
Rated "G" by the Author.

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We are learning to write Acrostic Poetry, and took a little liberty with the form : m AN as our last word because a Leprechaun is a little man.

Please leave comments! Little Kids LOVE comments!!

And, please tell us your state or country, we are also learning how to find things on a map!

L ook
E e-e-e-e-k
P at
R omp
E ars
CH arming
m AN

Student 3

L ittle
E at
P ointy
R ainbow
E xcited
CH arming
m AN

Student 4

L uck
E ager
P atty
R ainbow
E e-e-e-e-k
m AN

Student 5

E e-e-e-e-k
P ointy
R ed
E xcited
CH ase
m AN

Student 6

L aughter
E ars
P arty
R ain
E e-e-e-e-k
m AN

Student 8

E xcited
P roud
R ed
E at
CH ase
m AN

Student 9

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Reviewed by Asa Seeley 3/27/2013
I like them all. Thank you.

Atlanta, GA
Reviewed by JMS Bell 3/22/2011
Reviewed by jude forese 3/15/2011
your students have excelled from at the acrostic form ... well done!

Bronx, New York
Reviewed by Elizabeth Parker 3/13/2011
Very nicely done! I love it!

Elizabeth Parker
Las Vegas, NV
Reviewed by E T Waldron 3/12/2011
So good to see all of you students learning poetry! Very good to read.Thank you for sharing! You have a excellent teacher!

Roseville, California
Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan 3/12/2011
very clever stuff, i am from Utha in the US, i am also a techer!
Reviewed by Erin Kelly-Moen 3/10/2011
This is brilliant, a delight to ponder.

Erin Elizabeth Kelly-Moen
Reviewed by Lew Duffey 3/10/2011
Very cute indeed.
God bless,

Reviewed by Karen Palumbo 3/9/2011
Oh how absolutely sweet this is filled with imagination and a twinkle in the eyes...

Be always safe,
Reviewed by Morgan Merriweather 3/9/2011
These poems are fun, exciting and clever. I am so lucky to have read them. Good Job!

Boston, MA
Reviewed by Jon Willey 3/9/2011
E-e-e-e-e-k surely holds sway in these acrostics. In first grade I believe it took me the entire first half to learn to hold a pencil in my right hand. I was a lefty and my first grade teacher, a family friend would not hear of it. Your remarkably creative students are writing marvelous acrostics. An atmosphere of great trust exists within your class. Bravo, as I know it is the mood set by the teacher. I bid you love and peace M.J. From county Sussex in Delaware. Jon Michael
Reviewed by John Flanagan 3/9/2011

Reviewed by Gene Williamson 3/9/2011
Here, in southern New Jersey, we'd recommend a big A for each
of the student Acrostic poems. And, E e-e-e-e-k, perhaps an
A-plus for Student 8. Thanks to one and all. -gene.
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 3/9/2011
Very nicely done. Congratulations to all and keep on writing. Best wishes,

Reviewed by D Johnson 3/9/2011
I enjoyed all of the students poetry especially when they used the "R" words; Romp, red, rainbow, and because I am from Portland, Oregon where we get lots of RAIN!

Reviewed by Paul Kyriazi 3/9/2011
I'm from Tokyo. I really like the idea of that kind of poetry.
I really liked all the students poems. Eeeek, was funny. My favorite is student #8. The words seemed to flow very nicely. And student #6 made me laugh with 'party rain'. Very talented students. Thanks for sharing.
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 3/9/2011
I've missed your delightful student postings, and I especially like the use of E-e-e-e-e-k!

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Palo Verde: The Wanted Poster

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The Inspector’s Wife

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The Agent: Murder By Design

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The Cats' Paw: Blue Death

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A Teaching Handbook for the Non Teacher ... or I must have been mad to think I wanted to teach

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Daddy's One Acre

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  12. The Season of Giving
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  14. They Give Far More Than They Receive
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  16. He Should Be Very Joyous
  17. When God Became A Baby
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