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Math poetry for 6th Grade

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Sixth graders will use these slides to create their own math related poems.

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Math poetry for 6th Grade

  1. 1. Math PoetryApril is National Poetry Month
  2. 2. Math Poetry Directions: After hearing the math poems read aloud, you will use the math vocabulary and the Instant Poetry Forms’ website to create three of your own math related poetry.
  3. 3. Math Vocabulary add add angles arc area average axis circle decimals diameter difference distance divide equilateral even numbers exponent formula fra angles arc area average axis circle decimals diameter difference distance divide equilateral even numbers exponent formula fraction add angles arc area average axis circle decimals diameter difference distance divide equilateral even numbers exponent formula fraction graph height hypotenuse integers intersection measurement multiply negative negative numbers odd numbers parallelogram pi polynomial positive numbers numbers prime numbers prism product Pyramid quadrants quarter radius remainder rhombus right angles root square square root subtract sum symmetry volume whole numbers zero
  4. 4. Instant Poetry Forms Comparisons 1. Interactive Poetry Form Finder found on the left pane 2. Open: Description and Detail 3. Scroll down and open “One Inch Tall”
  5. 5. Instant Poetry Forms Counting and Geometry 1. Interactive Poetry Form Finder found on the left pane 2. Count the syllables 3. Lantern poem
  6. 6. Instant Poetry Forms Geometry 1. Interactive Poetry Form Finder found on the left pane 2. Shape 3. Diamond
  7. 7. Instant Poetry Forms What’s in your math textbook poem 1. Scroll down the left side to find “List Poem” 2. Use what you find in your math textbook to write a List Poem
  8. 8. Visit this site for more Math Poetry

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