Noisy Poems… rrf! meooow OMG!

Do you like loud sounds or quiet sounds? We wrote noisy poems today! Students drew and wrote about loud and quiet sounds, and worked on writing out some of the letters that connect to the sounds they imagined hearing. What happens at the end of these noisy poems?

Ms. Cooley
1st Grade

Different Sounds

I hear music, la la la la
I hear an airplane, fffffffffffffff
I hear rain, shoowssss
I hear the wind, shshshshshshsh
I hear my sister screaming, aaaaaaa
I hear fart sounds, pupupup

I hear a crab, snap snap
I hear a duck, quack quack
I hear water, splash splash
I hear a cat, meow meow
I hear me, yay! yay!

We hear dogs
bark bark bark
rrf rrf
rooth rooth
 roof roof

I hear not a sound

Ms. Armand
1st Grade

I hear loud noises!

I hear a mouse, squeak squeak
I hear a cat, meow meow
I hear a bird, ca-caw! ca-caw!
and a dog barking at my dad

I hear a ghost saying hi-pokeeeee
and a kid saying OMG!

I hear a dog shouting, ROOF ROOF ROOF

I hear a wolf,
and a guinea pig squeaking,
and a dog barking so loud
it gave me an ear infection!

I hear a puppy, wuwuwuwu

I hear a snake, sssssssssss
I hear un lobo, auuuuuuu
I hear un conejo, squeak squeak
I hear los pájaros, pap pap pap, coo-oo coo-oo, tweet tweet
I hear un cerdo, oink oink oink

I hear my baby brother crying
because he hates the cuna



“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.