It’s not Friday yet, but it is the first day of Poetry Month, so I’m sharing my post early this week to let you know that we will be inviting readers to share their original STEM haiku with us again this year.
Q. How do you write a STEM haiku?
A. Try this.
- Select a STEM (science, technology, engineering or math) topic.
- Brainstorm a list of words about your topic.
- Count the syllables in each word.
- Use the words to share a short STEM thought using the haiku format.
Q. What is the haiku format?
A. Haiku has 3 lines.
- The first line has 5 syllables.
- The second line has 7 syllables.
- The third and final line has 5 syllables.
- All About Haiku
- How to Write a Haiku | eHow.com
- KidZone Poetry – Haiku
- Haiku Poetry – FREE Presentations in PowerPoint format, Free Interactives and Games
Share your original STEM haiku with us by adding it to the comments on our Haiku page.
A blog is a place
to share your thoughts. We invite
you to share yours here…
© 2012 Anastasia Suen
(After you add your haiku, see the 2012 STEM Haiku that our readers shared.)
Join STEM Friday!
We invite you to join us!
- Write about STEM each Friday on your blog.
- Copy the STEM Friday button to use in your blog post.
It’s STEM Friday! (STEM is Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics)
- Link your post to the comments of our weekly STEM Friday Round-up. (Please use the link to your STEM Friday post, not the address of your blog. Thanks!)
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