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Olivia Aylott

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Bonfire Night Shape Poems

View the instructions to find out all about Bonfire Night in the UK Click on add to access the student templates. Choose with a firework or bonfire shape poem. Use the label and pen tools to draw your bonfire or fireworks. You can move them around or duplicate the words to make is stand out more. When you have finished click :check

1st Grade, 3rd Grade, 2nd Grade, Writing, History, English Language Learners
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This is an introduction to the tradition of bonfire night in the UK which is celebrated on 5th November, Video one is the story of bonfire night, video two is a traditional nursery rhyme which British children learn and the final video shows how bonfire night is celibrated. The children can then use words and shapes to create a simple shape poem, choosing either a firework show or a bonfire. ** warning** the firework display contains flashing images.

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