Home learning Year 4 – Poetry

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Please click to download a selection of materials to engage Year 4 children with speaking, listening and writing activities linked to learning poems when working from home in the event of school closure. These are available to download free of charge. We hope that you find this resource useful.

For each year group we have created a selection of spelling, writing and poetry activities linked to a variety of engaging themes. Some require pupils to complete their own research to use in their own writing and others use images and video clips to inspire.

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