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WALT identify and use similes.

 

WILF:

  • Write four pairs of lines per verse.
  • Doesn’t need to rhyme.
  • Capital letter at the start of each line.
  • ________ is like a…. and then explain.

 

 

Your challenge is to write a poem using similes. The poem doesn't have to rhyme and below are some examples of what your poems could be about:

- your pet

- the sun

- the moon

- the beach

- a family member

- yourself

- an animal

- a place that you love (or hate)

 

Below you will see some examples of other simile poems which might help you to create your own ideas.

Examples of Similes

Class Dojo
  • Earhart: 207
  • Attenborough: 240
  • Lovelace: 258
  • Pankhurst: 346
  • Parks: 546
  • Owens:
  • Goodall: 450
  • Gandhi: 427
  • Frank: 527
  • Hawking: 360
  • Ali: 410
  • Thunberg: 344
  • Luther-King: 398
  • Kahlo: 389
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