Today I would like you to have a go at writing a poem about the Eiffel Tower. Please watch the video below first.
The great thing about poetry is there are no set rules. You don’t have to worry about setting it out in a certain way. You can be as creative as you like.
You can decide how to approach the poem. Do you want to imagine the Eiffel Tower is alive? Do you want to write a poem from the designer’s point of view? Or of tourists passing by? Or of raindrops trickling down it?
I would like you to try and use the different types of figurative language that you planned for yesterday.
If you wish to share your poems, please email them in.
Your spellings this week are:
If you have someone helping you, they could test you on your spelling as today is Friday, which is normally our spelling test day.
In your packs, you have a plastic wallet labelled 'handwriting'. I would like you to write out the words and sentences on unit 17, page 18 in your exercise books. I have attached a photograph below in case the sheet is missing from your pack. Look carefully at the letter formation and at which letters are joined.