Today, we’re going to play a guessing game called “Who am I?” I’ve given you two short poems to help you guess what I saw in this picture.
Knowing my readers, I doubt you will need this, but here is a hint: The answers to both of these “Who am I” poems relate to occupations in which people used their arms and hands.
In the comment box, say who/what occupation you think these poems refer to. In your answers, be sure you say which poem goes with which answer.
Sara’s Poem 1: Who am I?
My job is to stand straight and tall
And get things ready in the hall.
It is I who signals it’s time to start,
Letting notes become a work of art.
Sara’s Poem 2: Who am I?
At the beginning and end of the day,
And always near where children play,
I make sure all who pass me know,
Which is the safest way to go.
The Special Challenge
I’d love to see what YOU can come up with as a “Who am I?” for this picture.
Therefore, the special challenge is to write your own poem or story about this picture that asks “Who am I?” Then put it in the comment box so that others can guess yours, as well as mine.
If you decide to participate, you must follow the same format as I did and put your name and “Who am I?” as the title to your story or poem. Then, if others want to guess your “Who am I?” they will mention your name in their comment.
Read the comments
For this post, I encourage you to read the comments of others. I’m hoping you will enjoy guessing the “Who am I?” that others write, in addition to those I’ve given you:~)