Home Learning Activity Two! 31.3.20

Welcome Back! 

We hope you had fun with yesterday’s activity. We really enjoyed seeing the pictures you sent to us of your food chains, and the fun you had along the way. Remember, you can send us any pictures, and messages, of what you have been getting up to during your home learning journey. We look forward to hearing from you soon! 

Today’s activity: Write a Spring Poem.

 This could be presented in your red learning books (which you should all now have at home) or on paper to display around your house! You can choose the style of your poem: acrostic or rhyming. Once you have written your poem, design your page so that it is themed with Spring images and colours. Remember to give your poem a title and be creative with your language choices. Can you include a simile, metaphor, alliteration, onomatopoeia, noun phrases or start your sentences in exciting ways? 

Here are some themes that you could write about: 
-Spring animals
-Changing of the seasons 
-Spring flowers and trees: tulips, cherry blossoms and daffodils blooming and the new colours everywhere.

Below, are some lovely examples of Spring poems, which have been decorated beautifully. 

Once you have completed your task, please ask a family member to send a picture of your work to your class email address. We look forward to seeing and reading your creations soon!

Happy writing! See you again tomorrow for your next activity! 

Miss Chalk, Mrs Hylton, Miss Hillier & Mrs Stafford. 🙂

Below, we’ve added an extra little game for you to play with your families. Make the game more exciting by introducing a time limit to find each item, or the first person back wins a point. Have fun and send us your pictures! 

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