Peculiar Pets is about to take you on an adventure that’s creative, exciting and lets imaginations run wild! What would your perfect peculiar pet be? An acrobatic bunny? A tech savvy puppy? A vegan crocodile? A giraffe that likes to race? A superhero cat? Poets can create animal mash-ups, be inspired by their perfect pet or make your own awesome animal to write your poem about. It’s a great theme for sense, narrative or riddle poems as well as acrostics and rhymes. It also showcases poetic techniques such as imagery and alliteration. It’s a roarsome poetry writing activity you will love!
Poetry Safari lets you adventure anywhere... from the savannah, the Arctic or Jurassic times to the school field or a zoo. Have a writing adventure where acrostics, riddle or sense poems; use imagery and build vocabulary too! It’s easy to link in with your current topic or favourite book, or be inspired by a pet, animal or creature you love... or are even scared of!
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