Swift Students String Letter Sounds

Last Friday Swift students tried their hands at using alliteration in their poems. It was challenging!

Ms Urquiza
2nd Grade

A Baby Bee and Bird
by Breanna V.

On one beautiful day it was
Wednesday and it was a little windy
but I went to the water
I saw a baby bee and a bird
it flew away
so I said bye bye
bird and baby bee. see you tomorrow
bee and bird.

Dog Day
by Diego C.

On Sunday dogs have a lot of energy
for running and jumping so high
I can’t see them until they get dizzy and sweaty
by the sun
then they say I am tired
and want food and water and
a nap.

Ms. Pendola
2nd Grade

Some Saturdays seem sunny
so we play soccer
some sing science
Sejal sells soccer balls
by the seashore.

Ms. Herlo
3rd Grade

Delightful Dazzling Delphina
by Delphina O.

On dazzling Decembers delightful Delphina
and her dog Daisy walk down the dazzling daisy hood
they go on a plane to Dubai
there is a picture of a dodo bird
they go to get dessert
delicious yum they dance out of joy
because they are in the dancing district
the dancing police ask her
what dog is that
its a poodle
dance break

by Aiden

in April Animal was asking
Mr. Apple if he wanted to
run super fast with ant
and some other animals, but
Mr. Apple is sick, and the
antidote is in Arizona
So Animal went to Arizona
and got the antidote and they
all ran super fast!

Spring Sprinkles
by Shreyash

Spring stop sprinkling and sun
speed through some fearless clouds

Recess runs, rain comes and
rushes through your red robot

Boogie Man
by Alec

the boogie man eats boogers
boisterously banging on bombs and
the boogie man is made of
bugs and bees and the
boogie man likes to boogie

Terrific Thomas
by Thomas

Terrific Thomas is supersonic and
a smart student

Terrific Thomas is super smart
for sixth grade

Terrific Thomas is too terrific
for the third grade

Ms. Reed
3rd Grade

Leslie likes lemonade
some summer Saturdays
Wednesdays and weekends
with joy we learn
we play pineapple
poetry parrots
having fabulous fun
with family, friends,
firetrucks, frisbees, and fangs!



“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.