As the Frost Covers the Window I See a Winter Wonderland –– Haikus @ Moos

This week in poetry: haiku! We find ourselves on the cusp on seasons right now, a good time to reflect on the particular qualities of each one. This week the students wrote a haiku for each season. Enjoy!

2nd Grade

Summer Poem
Antonio M.

I go to the pool
and swim. White splash
and fun.


Winter Poem
Jaime R.

I like to make
a snowman and
make a snowball


Spring Poem
Joseph F.

I have the Easter
I have a hunt and
It is so fun

Ms. Willis
3rd Grade

Summer Poem
Giovanni A.

outside I saw people
playing baseball at the ball
park in humboldt park


Summer Poem
Manuel O.

at the beautiful
beach the flowers are blooming
water is splashing


Winter Poem
Layla V.

as the frost covers
the window I see a
winter wonderland

Ms. Sigmond
3rd Grade

Winter Poem
Jesus P.

The snow is fluffy
I like to play snowball fights
winter is snowy


Spring Poem
Michael M.

The rain is falling
The flowers are growing red
I jump in puddles


Winter Poem
Emyleny S.

you can play all day
snowball fights in the winter
drink hot chocolate




“Writing poetry makes me feel like I can see myself, like I can see my reflection, but not in a mirror, in the world. I write and I know I can be reflected.”
-Oscar S.

“Writing poetry makes me feel free.”
-Buenda D.

“Writing poetry is like your best friend.”
-Jessica M.