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Create an Acrostic Poem

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An acrostic poem is created when the first letter of each line spells a word, usually a theme for the poem. Each line begins

Here is an example:

I

Industrious people

N

Nature loving

D

Diverse

I

Inquois, Sioux, Abenaki, Micmac, and other many others

A

America's first people

N

Native Americans

Your Turn

Choose an Indian Tribe, found out things about them and create and Acrostic poem. One has been outlined for you.

A

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B

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E

______________________________________________________

N

______________________________________________________

A

______________________________________________________

K

______________________________________________________

I

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