I suggest editing it as you prefer, then assigning it in Google Classroom so all your students get their own copy.
The words are all images except for the five text boxes at the top. It might be cheating to type your own words in magnetic poetry, but teachers can delete those text boxes if they don't want students to use them. I would suggest students limit themselves to five of their own words at most.
You can remove any of the word images that you want too.
If you and your students enjoy this activity, please share a link in the comments of the poems you and they create!
It's inspired by this very popular, well done Halloween Magnetic Poetry activity from the Shake Up Learning blog.
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