Interested in poetry?
Write an acrostic poem using this activity for kids, adults, and everyone in-between!
A. Choose a word for your poem
Pick a word. It could be your name, but if your name is either super short or super long, you might want to choose a different word. For the sake of this example, I’ll choose my last name: Spuler
B. Write your word
Now write your word vertically (up and down) on your page, starting at the top and going down:
C. Write your poem!
Now think of words that start with the letter on each line. Try to use words that describe or relate to the word you chose. I chose my last name, so I’ll describe my family:
D. Share your Poem in the comments or on my Facebook page, or…
E. Try this challenge!
Make an acrostic poem with the word SUNSHINE, except this time change the location of the words. For example….
shines oN my face
Pleased with your poem? Share it in the comments or post it on my Facebook page so we can all read and enjoy them!
Hungry for more? Check out this week’s…
Poem Study: The Sun Has Set by Emily Jane Brontë, or Bed in Summer by Robert Louis Stevenson
Advanced Poetry Lesson: Ballads