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Year 2 - Rhyming Couplets

Year 2  -  Rhyming Couplets

 

We have been continuing our poetry theme. This week Year 2 have being learning about rhyming words. We spent some time thinking of lots of pairs of words that rhymed and then we used these to write a rhyming couplet.                                                                                                                                        Here are some examples of the work that was produced:

 

I was playing in the sea,

When suddenly a wave hit me.

 

(Maisie Fisher)

 

I was walking on the rocks,

When I saw an Arctic Fox.

 

(Ava Rawson)

 

Here comes the red hot sun,

When I run and run and run.

 

(Phoebe Atkins)

 

Why not make up your own rhyming couplets and share them with Year 2?

 

Rhyming Couplet is two lines of the same length that rhyme and complete one thought. There is no limit to the length of the lines .”

https://www.youngwriters.co.uk/terms-rhyming-couplets

 

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