Presentation on theme: "Book p.62 Baa, baa, black sheep, Have you any wool? Yes sir, yes sir, Three bags full. One for the master, And one for the dame, And one for the little."— Presentation transcript:
Baa, baa, black sheep, Have you any wool? Yes sir, yes sir, Three bags full. One for the master, And one for the dame, And one for the little boy Who lives down the lane. Humpty dumpty sat on a wall Humpty dumpty had a great fall. All the kings horses and all the kings men Couldnt put Humpty together again! Book p.62
Hey, diddle, diddle, The cat and the fiddle, The cow jumped over the moon, The little dog laughed To see such sport, And the dish ran away with the spoon. Book p.62
I like pomes, said May. lets find out how pomes work, said Miss Li. when words end with the same sound, we Say they rhyme, said Miss Li. In many pomes, the last words of every pair of lines end with the same sound. we say that the lines rhyme. I like biscuits. I like cakes. But eating too many gives me stomach-aches! Book p.64
look at this poem, Miss Li, said May. can you tell me which lines rhyme? asked Miss Li. Diddle diddle dumpling, my son John, Went to bed with his trousers on, One shoes off and one shoes on, Diddle diddle dumpling, my son John. Book p.64
Heres a tip on how to write poems with lines that rhyme, said Miss Li. First, write a group words that end with the same sound. Book p.65 back snack track lack Jack pack Then, use these words at the end of the lines in your poem, said Miss Li. Thats easy! said May. Brother Jack Put a snake In the pack On his back.
Look at these poems, May, said Miss Li. Do you know why they are so special? The crocodile has a smile that says I ll eat you in a while. Book p.67 Cedric Circle is my name. Turn me round and round, and Ill look the same. These are shape poems! The words are arranged in the shape the poem is talking about, said May.
Heres an interesting alphabet poem about names, said Miss Li. do you know why it is called an alphabet poem? Adam and Bob are the names of my cousins. Carl and Dan are my brothers. Erin and Fay are my sister and Glendas the name of my mother. Harrys the name of my father. Ian and Joe are his brothers. What a lot of names I know, like Kevin, Lee, Michael and others! Nathan, Oliver, Peter and Queenie are names that I like quite well. Then theres Robert and Sarah and Tess, and other names that I could tell, like Una and Vernon and William, and Xavier---hes my best friend. There are names like Yolande and Zoe---when you start saying names theres no end! Book p.68 yes! The beginning letters in each line form the letters of the alphabet! said May.
There are many ways to make our poems more interesting. we can also use adjectives to make our poems more interesting, said Miss Li. Book p.69 beautifulcute sense of sight prettyugly smellysweet sense of smell rotten gentlesoft sense of hearing loudsharp sweetsalty sense of taste bittersour furrysmooth sense of touch rough hard
Two little kittens Two little kittens one stormy night, Began to quarrel, and then to fight. The old woman took the sweeping broom, And swept them both right out of the room. So they lay and shivered beside the door Till the old woman finished sweeping the floor. And then they crept in as quiet as mice, All wet with snow and as cold as ice. They found it much better that stormy night, To lie by the fire, than to quarrel and fight. Book p.70
Beginning Blends The prince and the princess went to a ball. When they were dancing, the princess had a fall. She tore a hole in her pretty dress oh dear! said the princess. Now I look a mess! Dont worry, said the prince. I have a present for you. It will make your dress as good as new. The prince gave the princess a needle and some thread. But the princess pricked her finger and now shes in bed! Book p.71 pr
Oh, green is the greatest colour to be. I am green like the grass And the leaves on a tree. I am green like a grape. I am green like the frog, That sits in the sun on top of a log. Oh, green is the greatest colour to be, And I want all my babies to be green like me. Book p.72 gr