1. In the poem "April Rain Song, " The line that says “Let the rain sing you a lullaby” provides an example of which poetic device?
2. In the poem "April Rain Song, " the mood of the poem can best be described as...
3. In the poem "Zipper Up Zack," The tone, or attitude, in this poem can be described as . . .
4. In the poem "Zipper Up Zack," Why does the poet include the lines “ he zippered his wife, zipped up his kids”?
to demonstrate new uses of zippers
to explain what Zipper-Up Zack was like at home
to show that Zipper-Up Zack was a mean dad and husband
to add to the exaggerated and silly ideas in the poem
5. In the poem "A Croc Acrostic", What makes this poem an acrostic?
Each line goes across the page.
It is about a crocodile that crosses a bridge.
It has many words describing a crocodile.
The first letters of each line, read vertically, spell crocodile
6. The poem describes the crocodile as . . .
friendly and playful.
fierce and powerful.
peaceful and easygoing.
loyal and trustworthy
7. In the poem "A Slash of Blue" “Some Ruby Trousers hurried on” compares red rising in the sky to someone pulling on red pants. This is an example of _____.
8. In the poem "3 Little Puffins, " what pattern can you identify in the poem’s rhymes?
The first two lines of each verse rhyme, and the third is different.
The last two lines of each verse rhyme, and the first is different
All three lines in each verse rhyme.
None of the lines rhyme.
9. The poem "3 Little Puffins " is a nonsense poem because . . .
it has a funny illustration with it.
it’s about animals.
it contains many words that rhyme with "muffins"
it’s about puffins doing something that they can't really do
10. In the poem Sneaker Snakes, what is the tone of the poem?
11. In the poem Sneaker Snakes, The first two lines of the poem provide an example of alliteration because . . .
they don’t rhyme.
all the words start with s.
they tell how snakes move.
most of the words are adjectives.
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