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  • Jarrow Cross C of E Primary School
‘Living and Learning’
Value in Everyone

Wednesday

English – Wednesday 27th January

Create an acrostic poem.

Activity:

Today we will write an acrostic poem about Boudicca.

First, read power point attached.

* An acrostic poem has a theme, it tells a story.  The first letter of each line spells the themed word.

Can you write your own acrostic poem about Boudicca?  Make it bright and colourful. 

You could use your work from last week where you looked and made bullet points on the main events of the story.

Example:

Boudicca the Great Warrior Queen

Outraged by the Romans taking her land

Under attack by the Roman army

Daughters tortured and tied to a pole

Iceni Tribe stand by her side

Clad in tartan and sword in hand

Celtic queen, the bravest of all

Angry at defeat she drinks the poison.

SPAG: 

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