Today in class we made Friendship Cinquains. A cinquain is a five lined poem that follows a pattern. First of all we interviewed a friend to find out how they would describe themselves. We also asked them what their hobbies were and what makes them a good friend. We used the information to help us write the poems. We even asked them if they had a nickname to add to the last line of the poem!
Have a look below to see how they turned out ……. and leave us a comment to let us know what you think of our work 🙂
Wow Primary 3! These are fab! So many talented
friends in the same school. I love the fact that
you know what makes your friend special
to you! If you don’t mind I would like to
borrow your fabulous idea to share with the
the children in my school. They’re a bit older
than you guys but I think they would really
enjoy this! Well done! 😄
Primary 3 say thank you so much for finding the time to write such a great comment on our blog. We’d love you to share our poems with your class 🙂
I would never have known there were such wonderful poets in P3 at Carronshore if you hadn’t made this fab wee film. I bet you are really going to enjoy National Poetry Day this Thursday. Do you speak French as well, is that why you created ‘cinquains’?
Yes, we do speak some French. That’s not why we made the poems, though – we just thought it was a nice idea 🙂
Thank you so much for leaving us such a lovely comment!