Write a Haiku about a season, something in nature or Easter.
Look at the Haiku teaching PowerPoint or the Haiku poster to understand how to write a Haiku. Research and read about different Haikus or read the ones supplied.
In your home book, choose a theme and brain storm ideas for it: this should include interesting vocabulary. You can use the planning sheet if you wish.
Have a go at writing a Haiku. You may find it takes a few goes to get it right or you may find, if you have lots of ideas, you can write more than one Haiku.
Best copy your final draft and illustrate it.
Please send us a photo of your finished Haiku so we can see what you have been up to. Thanks!
(Please let us know if you're happy for us to upload it on the website for everyone to see.)