Monday, August 13, 2012

Our Kite Poems

Our kite poems are modeled on a page of a book called 
'The Adventures of a Kite', written by the late

We noticed Margaret Mahy used some features such as alliteration and onomatopoeia.
Can you spot those language features in our poems?

Our good friend Mr Salsich, from Connecticut, USA 
has sent us the link to his 
Global Kite wiki. 
Check out the amazing kite projects from around the world!

Have you written a poem you could share with us?


  1. Dear B4,

    I also have a kite but,I haven't flyed it yet.

    Do you have a kite?Have you ever flyed it yet(that is if you ever have one that is?Did you have fun?

    From, Tristan

  2. Morena Open the Door to B4

    Wow! We really like your kites. They are fantastic.

    How did you get all those adjectives? Tori
    Your writing is neat, and on the lines. Hanna
    Your poems were interesting because of the Onomatopoeia. Nouelle
    I like the colours of pens that you used on your kites. Maggie
    The Kites were a cool shape. Hanna
    I like the way that you did the rhyming words. Tori
    We are glad that you put the kites on the blog so that you could see them. Hanna
    I like the way that you wrote in the shape of the kite. Danni
    I like the way that you used the describing words in your poems. Lorna
    How did you get the shape of the kite? Tori

    From Miss Revell and Marvin's Mindful Monkeys