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This poem encourages children to write a poem about something that they often make a fuss about. They are given a writing frame to support them.
Learn all about kennings: practise using just two words words to create a highly descriptive image.
A worksheet encouraging children to think of ideas and then structure them into an acrostic poem.
This English worksheet will help to develop your child's skills of reading and understanding poetry. It encourages creativity and will help your child write in an imaginative and poetic way.
A worksheet encouraging children to read a limerick and think about its structure, then structure their own limerick.
This great word game helps children get familiar with all aspects of poetry including rhyming and alternative patterns.
A worksheet giving prompts for children to think and write about the setting, structure and language of their favourite poem.
This fun with phonics activity will help your child to make patterns of sounds to create effects.
Encourage your child to read this poem out loud and then look for the rhyming words.
This Key Stage 1 reading and writing activity will help your child to explore and play with words and use an easy format for writing fun poetry.
This worksheet gives an example of a poem and then encourages your child to use the writing frame to write their own rhyming poem.
This worksheet activity will help your child to understand how long a second and a minute are and use their knowledge to write simple poetry.
This worksheet encourages children to recognise rhyming words and then complete a poem using the word list given.
A worksheet prompting your child to use descriptive phrases and rhyming words to write a riddle about an everyday object.
Imagery is used in writing to help us imagine a place or character more clearly. This worksheet helps your child practise identifying imagery and then come up with their own metaphors and similes to enrich their descriptive writing.
A sheet encouraging children to choose a theme and then write three haikus that share this theme.
Children are encouraged to read these haikus and then think about the way haikus are structured.
Examples of three haikus. Children are encouraged to read them and work out what they are about and what the common theme is.