Share these original poems with your new class and inspire some fabulous 'back to school' poetry writing.
Your new class can create acrostic poems about 'September' using words that describe arriving at the start of the school year.
'Hello to my New Teacher' is a poem in which a pupil introduces themselves to their new teacher, this includes a writing frame for your new pupils to introduce themselves in a similar way.
Use the 'Our Class Rules' poem to remind your class about the school rules and why they are needed or to inspire a new set of class rules.
'The Classroom Fairy' poem is a fun poem to remind children to keep their classroom tidy.
The Cardboard Box Adventures of Toodle Pip and Hopscotch have been written to act out with young children. A script for each story is provided with plenty of room for improvisation from the children.
The children become involved with transforming cardboard boxes into different forms of transport. All that is needed are two cuddly toys, decorative materials, a few blankets, some sand and of course, plenty of cardboard boxes.
Bring winter into your classroom with this original poem about being 'warm and cosy' inside and having fun outside. An activity sheet is included to decorate a hat, scarf and mittens with warm colours and winter patterns.
This is an original poem about a situation that could happen to even the most organised of teachers.
Use this poem to generate adjectives and adverbs that describe how this teacher behaves and feels in her search for a lost memory stick.