Antonym Diamante Poem


Posted by Michelle Vidotto | Posted in Language Arts | Posted on January 13, 2016

Take a look at the antonym diamante poem comparing winter and summer.

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Good work, Willy! I like how your snowy cover page gives the reader a hint your poem will likely describe winter. Your poem followed the diamante format. You used nouns, verbs, and adjectives according to each line correctly. Your adjectives, nouns, and verbs described both seasons well. This allows the reader to understand what seasons you were discussing. Blustery and chilly are strong verbs, as earmuffs and mittens are strong nouns to describe winter. I can just imagine wearing flip flops and playing with a beach ball in the summer. Great job with your pictures as they showcased summer and winter well. Nice job reading your poem clearly. Looking forward to reading your snow globe writing project. Keep working hard! 🙂

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