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4W: Wonderful 4W!

Rice Paddy Poetry

Published Tuesday, March 27, 2012.
Last updated: Tuesday, March 27, 2012

To start to understand how it feels like for a rice farmer, we trampled through some troughs that had been specially prepared for rice planting. Afterwards, we thought about sounds that we could hear and how it felt on our feet. Then we created poems.

These are some of our poems:


My Exciting Gooey Day

by Stuti

Splish, splash, splosh,

Soggy, sticky goo.

Mud on my toes

Gluey gungy mud.

Water all around

Splish, splash, splosh!


Sticky Paddyfield

by Tonnaam

Yucky mucky paddyfields

Gluey, sticky, slimy too.

Muddy, soggy, watery.

Plodding through the paddyfield.

Gummy, gurgling,

Splish, splash, splosh!


Gooey Muddy Field

by Alerik

Splodge, splash, splish,

When I put my feet in.

Yucky, soggy, muddy -

I feel it on my feet.

Comment By Neha stuti's mum 

Beautiful poems by all.. Keep it up kids.. Well done..:)

Published on Wednesday, April 04, 2012