Recognise Some Different Forms of Poetry Free Verse Lesson Teaching Pack

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Recognise Different Forms Poetry Free Verse Lesson Teaching Pack
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  • Using as a single lesson as an intro to creating images part of poetry. The children  have already looked at similes so a bit of a recap and extension.

    , Jun 12th
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This teaching pack is perfect for your class on different kinds of poetry free verse. Featuring a PowerPoint, two versions of our free verse poster, a planning sheet and the poem 'The Magic Box' by Kit Wright, this pack is a sure fire way to get your children actively participating during class!
Recognise Some Different Forms of Poetry Free Verse Lesson Teaching Pack contains:
  • Free Verse Rules Poster 2XA4 [PDF]
  • Free Verse Rules Poster A4 [PDF]
  • The Magic Box Planning Sheet [PDF]
  • The Magic Box Poem by Kit Wright [PDF]
  • Free Verse Teaching Powerpoint [PPT]

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