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For Upper Primary Students, Years 4 - 6

Haikus are often described as little Japanese poems on nature that use a 5-7-5
syllable format. But there is much more to them than that! Read one-line haikus,
learn season words, and explore the importance of observation and surprise in this
workshop.

Run by a published poet, participants of this workshop will learn how to think creatively about their surroundings and how best to present words on a page for effect (a skill particularly useful for GATE candidates). Participants will also be supplied with a haiku workshop/resource booklet to take home.

Location

Perth, 342 Scarborough Beach Rd, Osborne Park WA 6017, Australia

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    For Upper Primary Students, Years 4 - 6

    Haikus are often described as little Japanese poems on nature that use a 5-7-5
    syllable format. But there is much more to them than that! Read one-line haikus,
    learn season words, and explore the importance of observation and surprise in this
    workshop.

    Run by a published poet, participants of this workshop will learn how to think creatively about their surroundings and how best to present words on a page for effect (a skill particularly useful for GATE candidates). Participants will also be supplied with a haiku workshop/resource booklet to take home.

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    Perth, 342 Scarborough Beach Rd, Osborne Park WA 6017, Australia

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