Our Superstar Writer of the Week couldn’t believe her ears when she heard that she had won this week for her fantastic poem about the senses!
You were able to use expanded noun phrases in your poem to add detail and use commas correctly to separate the adjectives. Your handwriting is improving day by day as well. Good girl! 🙂
Logan won our Superstar Writer of the Week award this week for all of his hard work and perseverance in Literacy this week.
At the beginning of the week, you were able to work in a group, to practise reciting a poem and then performed it at the end of the lesson. Your poem based on the sense of touch was full of brilliant expanded noun phrases and you tried really hard to sound out your words carefully. Well done Logan.
Back in October, we wrote lots of different types of poems about animals in Literacy, for a competition.
We are very proud to announce that some of our poems have been chosen to be published in an anthology for South and West Yorkshire.
Everyone has received a certificate for taking part and a bookmark.
Publication date is 28th February 2017 so the final book should be coming our way very soon. Miss Varley and Miss Morris are very proud of you all! Well done to everyone. Definitely some famous writers amongst us!
This week, we celebrated National Poetry Day in class and we loved it.
Our favourite poem is called:
Jump or Jiggle by Evelyn Beyer
Sea gulls glide
We worked in groups to learn the poem and then recited back to each other in small groups.
After that, Miss Varley told us about a very special competition that we could be a part of with Young Writers.
We have to submit a poem that we have written by ourselves about an animal and if we win, we will get published and be part of the Yorkshire and Humberside book.
We can’t wait to see if we are going to be famous!
We have started to write some riddles about animals, remembering to use expanded noun phrases (adjective, adjective noun) and similes (using like or as) to help us to describe the animals, real, wild or imaginary.
Let us know what you think about our riddles in the comment box below.
How you can help your child at home:
- Read poems with your child.
- Think of different words that rhyme.
- Have a go at writing a riddle of your own at home.
- Put actions of your own to the poem Jump or Jiggle.