Gravity Poem Planning Activity Sheet

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Gravity Poem Planning Worksheet - CfE, writing, poetry, poem, gravity, Isaac Newton
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Gravity Poem Planning Worksheet - If your pupils have been studying Gravity; can they use their ideas and what they have learned to create a poem all about Gravity? Use this planning sheet with the Writing a Poem About Gravity powerpoint resource before they start to create their poems.
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