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Poetry Ideas
Riddles / Guess Who?

Guess Who?

The children had to think of a person to write a poem about. For that person they had to think what type of animal, what type of weather, what time of day, what piece of clothing and what kind of food they were.

The answers are written backwards. 

 

Guess Who?

By Jade Wells

He is yellow.
He reminds me of a bright person.
He is warm, kind, helpful, happy and always around us.
He likes 12.00am when everyone is asleep
because he thinks we're cute.

 Who is he? DOG

 

Green

By Nicholas, Kayleigh, Wayne, Christopher and Karen.

Green is round.

Green is a plant.
Green eats flies.
Green is bushy and spiky.
Green is good for you.
Green is something we don't like to eat.

The group thought of things that were the colour green and used their ideas to make this poem where you have to guess what the things mentioned in each line are.

 


Playground Rhymes

We looked at playground rhymes and chants and the children had to come up with their own rhymes.

 

A Playground Rhyme

Created by Charlotte

My mummy got the measles.
Oh no, Oh no.

I can not phone the doctor.
No no, No no. 

Can I have a tablet?
Yes yes, Yes yes. 

But can I have some water?
No no, No no
You can not!


Alliteration

Following our work on alliteration some of the class used their knowledge to create simple alliterative poems.

An Alliterative Poem

By Martin

 One wonderful werewolf,
Two tall trees,
Three friendly friends,
Four thin fishes,
Five furry foxes,
Six silly soldiers,
Seven smelly socks,
Eight evil eggs,
Nine nice nicknames,
Ten tidy teddies.




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