Year 3 have been working really hard on their entries for the ‘Peculiar Pets’ themed Young Writers poetry competition for this year. Children were tasked with creating a peculiar pet, designing it and then writing a poem all about their chosen design.
I have been extremely impressed with some of the entries that have been written by the children in Year 3 and I’m sure we will be very successful in the competition!
Here are some of the acrostic poem entries for the competition:
Mind reading rabbit
Inside your mind he explores
Never spoken secrets
Desert living creature
Right at the top of a razor sharp cactus
Eyes of hypnotic, ruby red, staring at me!
Always covered by red rimmed sunglasses
Dark lenses hiding his strange gift
Ears that flop over his eyes
Reveal not what you think of him!
Dinodog is very scary
It’s got big, green scales
No human has seen it before
Out of the ordinary, he has giant spikes
Dog and dinosaur fused together
Orange horn on top of his head
God can’t even take him down.
Dark of night and he explores
In the night he feasts
Never walk up close to him
Or you will get eaten
Right now he is sleeping
At nightime he will be smelling his prey
Be very careful
Because he lives in the jungle
It would be dangerous to meet him
The dinorabbit was wandering last night.
Right at the top of a coconut tree
Ocean swimming cat
Buttons ready to be pressed
Outdoor nocturnal living cat
Cat food made out of nowhere
Amazed, he can dive into the sea
The famous robocat.