Haiku Lessons at The Haiku Foundation

These are a few examples of lesson plans available at The Haiku Foundation Education Resources. Jim Kacian is Editor.

Haiku Plan for Kindergarten Students

Haiku Reading Plan for Grades 1 – 2

Haiku Writing Plan for Grades 3 – 4

Haiku Awareness Plan for Grades 5 – 6

There are many features and resources at
The Haiku Foundation.

Ellen Grace Olinger

EarthRise Rolling Haiku Collaborative 2019 at The Haiku Foundation

Please see Jim Kacian’s post, EarthRise Rolling Haiku Collaborative 2019 for more information, guidelines, and poems.

I posted these two poems there today:

loved for years
and now I know your name
blue chicory

Credit: Charlotte Digregorio’s Writer’s Blog

paintings of trees
on old pine walls
quiet music

Published in Four Hundred and Two Snails, Haiku Society of America Members’ Anthology 2018, edited by Nicholas M. Sola.

Ellen Grace Olinger

April poetry notes and photos

April is National Poetry Month,
founded by the Academy of American Poets
in April 1996.

April 17 is International Haiku Poetry Day, hosted by The Haiku Foundation.

Please read Plans for International Haiku Poetry Day 2019, by Jim Kacian, for more information.

Lake Michigan – April 2017

Ellen Grace Olinger

Guest Post and Notes

Presents of Mind, Haiku by Jim Kacian
is a guest post from April 27, 2013.

Jim Kacian serves on the Board of Directors for The Haiku Foundation. He is the founder and Chairperson.

Our Haiku Reading Plan for Grades 1 – 2 includes poems from Presents of Mind.

You may also wish to visit The Haiku Foundation Digital Library.

Ellen Grace Olinger
1,000 Posts Review
April 2013

1,000 Posts

“Congratulations on writing 1000 posts on Haiku Art Site!”

These are posts from over the years that you may wish to view:

Guest Post With Carol Purington

our dreams – by Merrill Ann Gonzales

Haiku by Jim Kacian

The Daily Post Photo Challenges Archive

I began here in April 2012, and will continue to review my archives so far, and highlight a few posts for readers. Thank you.

Thank you also to WordPress.

We began with
Poems From Oostburg, Wisconsin
in December 2009.

Ellen Grace Olinger