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Room 10's Thanksgiving Poems

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Students wrote 5W poems about Thanksgiving!

Students wrote 5W poems about Thanksgiving!


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  • 1. Thanksgiving 5W Poems Miss Tsoukalos' Class 2009-2010
  • 2. s a c h a r i a
    • On a Thanksgiving morning
    • on a farm
    • a fat turkey
    •   was running all over the yard
    • so he can be thin .
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  • 3. Evan
    • One cool Thanksgiving afternoon
    • in a House in Dallastown
    • a hungy and tired hunter
    • was sleeping hoping to catch a turkey soon,
    • because he was very hungry.
  • 4. James
    • One hot Thanksgiving morning
    • in my own back yard
    • a plump, juicy turkey
    •   was running around
    • so he would get skinny.
  • 5. Carly
    • On a hot Thanksgiving
    • In Dallastown
    • A fat turkey
    •   was sleeping
    • because he said he won't be food.
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  • 6. N a t h a n
    • O n e T h a n k s g i v i n g
    • in my house
    • a fat turkey
    • was waiting to be a part of Thanksgiving
    • because h e wanted to eat the feast .
  • 7. Shelby
    • One Thanksgiving morning
    • at my friend's house
    • a plump big turkey
    • came in his house
    • to eat grill cheese.
  • 8. A d a m
    • One Thanksgiving morning
    • at my house in Pennsylvania
    • a  big fat turkey
    •   ran in the woods to hide
    • so he would not get eaten .
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  • 9. Jonathan
    • one plain Thanksgiving morning
    • in my home from Dallastown
    • a very fat turkey
    • ran for his life
    • to not get eaten
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  • 10. Sarah
    • One Thanksgiving
    • At my grandma's
    • A very hungry hunter
    • went looking for a turkey
    •   so he could have a feast.
  • 11. Co n n e r
    • One cool Thanksgiving morning
    • in Pennsylvania
    • a hunter
    • looked for a turkey
    • so he has  one for dinner
  • 12. Kylee
    • One Thanksgiving morning
    • in the woods
    • a little, fast and funny turkey
    • ran fast
    • because a hunter was coming!
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  • 13. Aaron
    • On  Thanksgiving night 
    • in  the  woods
    • a  fat turkey
    • shis htuck ead in the  ground
    • because a hunter was coming.
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  • 14. juwan
    • One hot day
    • in the  woods
    • a hunter with tree camoflauge
    • looked for a fat and plump turkey
    • to have a good Thanksgiving diner.
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  • 15. Eva
    • O n T h a n k s g i v n g a f t e r n o o n
    • At my house
    • a grumpy hungry hunter
    • W e n t h u n t i n g for a fat turkey
    • So he could have a nice dinner with his family.
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  • 16. Lily
    • O n e w a r m T h a nk s g i v i n g after n o on
    • At my house in Pennsylvania
    • a small little pilgrim girl
    • sat arount a fire eating turkey
    • because it was her dinner.
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  • 17. William
    • One  sunny Thanks giving
    • in St . Louis
    • a   nice hunter
    •   was hunting the turkey
    • for dinner!
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  • 18. Alec
    • O n   a h o t Thanks giving
    • near a swimming pool in Pennsylvania
    • a very hungry pilgrim
    • was hunting
    • for a turkey     for dinner.
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  • 19. Sierra
    • One thanksgiving
    • at my house
    • a   hunter
    • ate our turkey
    • because we left it on the table.
  • 20. Hunter
    • One Thanksgiving morning
    • in Pennsylvania
    • a turkey
    • hid in my bedroom
    • because he didn't want to get eaten for dinner.
  • 21. Darian
    • One Thanksgiving morning
    • in Dallastown
    • a hungy hunter
    • was trying to catch a brown turkey
    • because he was hungry .