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The first verse below talks about games. I recall when I was a kid, I really enjoyed playing all sorts of different games. Even at my ripe old age of 31, I still enjoy playing both outdoor and indoor games. Board games are among my favourite. Being a kid is very fun, I get to play, in the sun. There are so many games, I will list a few of their names. Try to win at capture the flag, Or we could play, simple old tag.
With tales both new and old. Is better to me than gold. April is National Poetry Month. All you have to do is dive through the pages. Take a look! I opened a book and in I strode. Now nobody can find me.
Oct 27 By Richard Macwilliam comments leave a comment. The whale sailed slow beneath the moon, Its baby by its side, Crossing oceans three miles deep And thousands of cold miles wide. Glitter on my fingers, Glitter in my hair, Glitter on the carpet — Glitter everywhere! The moon is washing windows, Dancing off the glass, Resting on the praying trees And painting the sleeping grass. Buttercups are yellow, Grass is a gorgeous green, The world is bright with colour, Everything wants to be seen! Little kitten rolling around, Chasing a piece of string, Fluid in its beauty, Amazed at everything.
M: ianbland ianbland. Click here to download a free poetry ebook for your primary class and get your children performing! Some time ago I posted a piece on my blog about poems to perform detailing some of my favourite poems to share, learn and recite with children in KS1 and 2. My top 5 list of favourite performance poems for children changes every day and every time I pick up a poetry anthology I discover new and exciting examples. Narrative poems are amongst my favourite poems to learn and perform. Children and teachers looking for high quality and exciting narrative poems to learn off by heart could do much worse than discovering or rediscovering the work of Charles Causley, Alfred Noyes, Roald Dahl and even Tennyson.