One of the skills that we need to have by the end of Key Stage 1 is performing poetry. As it is VE Day today, we thought it would be a lovely opportunity to learn one of the poems we have looked at this week. You could even write your own poem to perform!
Use the tips below to help you to learn the poem off by heart:
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Good morning Key Stage One! I hope that you are enjoying all of your learning about VE Day this week!
Today we are going to read a poem called Victory Day.
Have a go at reading it, either by yourself or with a grown-up, then answer the questions below.
I hope you enjoyed looking at the pictures from yesterday! Today we are going to learn about VE Day in a bit more depth.
There are 3 different levels of challenge to choose from. Remember to read the text first and then have a go at answering the questions in your yellow book. Tiddlers and Superworms, you might need to get a grown-up to help out with reading some of the trickier words.
This week, all of our learning will be linked to VE Day. Each year we commemorate VE Day on the 8th May.
Here are some photographs from VE Day. Look at the pictures and answer the questions below.