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CMS art students illustrate haikus

Campbellsville Middle School art students recently wrote their own haikus and then illustrated them.

 

In Jo Ann Harris’s art class, students wrote their own haikus, which are three-line poems that don’t always rhyme.

 

The first and last lines must have five syllables, and the second line has seven.

 

Most of the students’ haikus were about nature or what they enjoy doing outside.

 

To illustrate their haikus, students learned about how scrolls were used at celebrations and to create historical documents.

 

After their poems were finished, students illustrated them on their own scrolls.

 

CMS fourth-grader Daisy Wilkerson colors her haiku scroll.

CMS fourth-grader Daisy Wilkerson colors her haiku scroll.

 

CMS fourth-grader Michael Abel illustrates his haiku.

CMS fourth-grader Michael Abel illustrates his haiku.

 

CMS sixth-grader Mikaela Scharbrough illustrates her haiku.

CMS sixth-grader Mikaela Scharbrough illustrates her haiku.

 

CMS fourth-graders Natasha Torres, at left, and Kyra Parker write their haikus.

CMS fourth-graders Natasha Torres, at left, and Kyra Parker write their haikus.

 

CMS fifth-graders Ellington Gowin, at left, and Mollie Bailey illustrate their haikus.

CMS fifth-graders Ellington Gowin, at left, and Mollie Bailey illustrate their haikus.





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