Rhyming Poems – Avondale Logandale 3rd & 4th Grade – Winter 2020

Students worked on rhyme and creative writing they also learned brainstorming techniques and used examples from a group poem to write their own original poems.

Ms. Lozada

3rd Grade



Adrian E. 


I am nine and I like lime.

I like cherry and strawberry.

I like pine and lime.

I have eyes and my mind.



Marco M.


I drive a car

and put my phone in a jar.

I saw a cow,

then I heard a meow.


Ms. Clark

3rd Grade



Destiny O.


I wish my dog was a rod,

we are writing rhymes in a line.

I wish I was nine.

I love my sister she is nice

like rice

watermelon is red like blood

dessert is like a desert

dinner is like dinner.



Brittany Y.


I wish my sink was pink

In summer I like to play in the water and

go have a picnic

the hat has a cate

the cat is so fat



Angel L. 


I like doritos in my mouth

crunch crunch crunch yum

doritos are the best

I recommend then mmm yum

lays no ruffles no

only doritos yum yum yum

no takis no cheezits

only doritos in my mouth



Sophia B.


I like ketchup on my fries.

I like them with some pumpkin pie.

Pumpkin pie is my real life.

Ketchup is my heart’s side.

Pickles are the worst to me.

But pizza isn’t my enemy.

I like ice cream in my shakes.

This is dessert so now don’t wait.

I like chocolate on my icecream. vbbbbb



“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.