When your students ask, “What should I write my poem about?” you have 101 answers!
Students will have fun choosing poetry idea prompts that can be used to write any form of poem — from sonnet to haiku. This resource includes:
✓ 101 poetry idea prompts
✓ tent “sign” for the jar
✓ suggestions for using & directions for creating craft stick prompts
Reasons to ♥ this resource:
✓ Perfect response for “what should I write about?”
✓ Use all year or during National Poetry Month…and for years to come!
✓ 101 prompts — lots of variety for your students
✓ Perfect for poetry practice, morning work, writing workshop, centers, fast finishers, free choice writing, and differentiation — just pull a stick and write!
✓ The ideas can be used for any form of poetry: free verse, sonnet, limerick…your students can choose different ideas to get them started.
✓ Each prompt is numbered — making it easy for students to track what they’ve written about.
✓ Creative open ended prompts foster imaginative thinking!
You will need to purchase wooded craft sticks (approx. 3/4″ x 5 3/4″). Assembly required: cutting and gluing.
Or, you can print, cut, and allow students to glue or tape the prompt directly into their notebooks.
Be sure to check out the preview!