To write an acrostic poem
Hello Year 2, Butterflies and Caterpillars. I have two very important tasks for you to complete today. I just know though, you are going to enjoy doing it! You will have to use your English skills for the first one and for the second one, you will need to use your maths skills. I know you will be brilliant!
I would like you to create your own ‘rainbow’ acrostic poem. An acrostic poem is where the first letters of each line make up a word.
Here is an example:
I would like you to think of an adjective or word for each letter of ‘rainbow‘ and create your own acrostic poem. You do not need to write sentences, that is your challenge below! You can decorate it how you want and then send it to Y2upload so that we can display them on our blog. Remember, your adjectives need to describe a rainbow.
Challenge: Write your own sentences to create an acrostic poem. Remember to check that your sentence makes sense and you have used a capital letter and a full stop.
If you get stuck, here are some words to help you. Try hard to think of some of your own.
red, rare, royal, admirable, awesome, always, important, interesting, imaginative, indigo, neat, new, near, bright, beautiful, blue, over, on, orange, wicked, wonderful, wet.