Cinquain Poems

This week we have been looking at cinquain poems. We have learned which categories of words go on which line and how many syllables each line must have.

  • The first line must be a noun and only have 2 syllables.
  • The second line must be 2 adjectives which have 4 syllables in total.
  • The third line must be 3 ‘ing’ words, which have a total of 6 syllables.
  • The fourth line is a phrase made up of 8 syllables.
  • The last line must be a 2 syllable synonym.

Here are some of our cinquain poems we have written and performed. We also added images and designed some of our poems using the app Pic Collage to showcase them. Have we followed the rules? Can you add your own?

Callum

By Callum

Alfie

By Alfie

Madison

By Madison

10 Responses to “Cinquain Poems”

  1. chloe Says:

    I like your work Madison!

  2. sophie Says:

    I like the recording and the poems there really good and amazing

  3. william Says:

    some very good poems about Egypt and some amazing vocabulary in them

  4. Bree Says:

    Well done the people who did the poems because they are really good WELL DONE

  5. Bree Ann Says:

    I love you’re poems they are really interesting!

  6. william J Says:

    I really like youre poem its amazing

  7. william Says:

    I really like youre poem because I like the words you used like handsome and scary.

  8. madison Says:

    well done some great poems

  9. lauren Says:

    I love your poems they are amazing

  10. Melanie Says:

    I really like the pictures and poems!


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