Draft your poem carefully and keep on reading it aloud and altering it until it sounds just right. Help the reader understand exactly how you were feeling. Afterwards, you might want to add in a bit of writing about why you chose to write about the things you chose, to introduce your poem: just like I told you about walking past Cawston Park on page 14 before giving you the poem.
Creative Challenge: Record a performance of your poem and send it to members of your family you haven’t been able to see for a bit.
Remember to choose an activity from the Topic web. This is the same sheet as last week as there are nine activities to complete.