In this post we give you a set of Task Cards that your children can use to help them reinforce those essential punctuation skills.
How often go you use poetry in your classroom? Here ae five excellent reasons why you might consider using it more often.
A host of ideas for you to try with your children to get them to have as much fun with alliteration as possible.
In this post we look at some traditional superstitions and then explore what they might look like if we made them sensible!
Here is a simple idea for you to try out with your children. They will need a dictionary, a thesaurus and an atlas and a bucket load of imagination.
In this post, we are going to look at a poem by Shel Silverstein and give some ideas as to how it might be used. This gives the children a chance to read some excellent poetry and then study it in detail and use what they discover to write poems of their own.
Counting syllables to write poetry is an ancient art and one that can be fun to emulate. The tight format is something that many writers, young and old, find helpful.