Jack and Jill

Students learned about poetic elements by analyzing “Jack and Jill.” They imagined what would happen after the nursery rhyme.  Check out the poems they created.

Mr. Alzola

third grade

Jack and Jill

By Arianna V.

They went outside and they see

a clown and the starts

running and Jack and Jill hit the clown

with a clock and stars.


Jack and Jill

By Camila

Jack y Jill fueron a un restaurante

a buscar comida. A lo que iban

de regreso a casa Jack se callo

y se patio un dedo, lo llevaron al hospital

y lo curaron pero un asile dolia lo llevaron

u otro hospital y lo curaron des nuevo no, se

fueron a un parque y jugaron un rato y al

final se fueron a casa y se cops doctors teachers lawyer comieron la comida


Mrs. O’Claire

third grade

Jack and Jill

By Isabella A.

Jack and Jill ran

up the hill. Jack

rolled down

the hill. They

ran over the hill.

Jill saw

a cat.


Jack and Jill

By Lorenzo A.

Jack and Jill

run from a

bee that was

down a hill.

They pound the

ground. They

fell down the



The Day We Had a Drill

By Deliah D.

We had

a fire

drill so

we ran

down the

hill and

we are

safe there


Today We Had a Fire Drill

By Yaretzi Alcaraz

There was

a fire

drill so

we ran

down the

hill and

we are

safe there.


Jack and Jill Do Things Together

By Ashanti G.

Jack and Jill ran up

to their room and

play fetch to catch

and matched everything

and Jill got scratched

by the cat.


Ms. Sauer & Mrs. Yanez

third grade

The hottest hill

By Brianna B. 

I was going

to get a pail

of water.

And it was

up a hill the

higher i went

the hotter it



By Sophia P.

My team was really

mean. Me and my

teams climbed a tree

my mom was seen.

my dad was frowning

my brother was falling

my bean was mean

my bean was clean


Spring is green

By Daniel G. 

Spring time

is very green

and the grass

is so clean.

I love this


It is the best

me and both

think it’s green

and clean.





“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.