This week Year 4 have been writing poems.
We have been focusing on writing extended Haiku poems, which are longer poems, where each stanza follows the rules of a traditional Haiku.
Haiku poems follow rules for how many syllables should be on each line. They follow the pattern five-seven-five.
Some of our Haiku poems are about our favourite places in the world. Others are about a natural event which has occurred in the environment, such as the drought or the recent bushfires.
Here are some examples of our poems: