Making great literacy lessons easy. Why join Plazoom?
Then £49.99/annually after 14 days for unlimited access
or Buy Now for £3.49
Describe the sounds of fireworks though poetry. Introduce pupils in year 1 and year 2 to onomatopoeia, exploring the sounds that fireworks make using the model poem ‘Firework Song’. They can use their knowledge of phonics to read and spell words, finally creating their own poems using the sounds that fireworks make.
This resource pack could be used over a morning as part of a topic day on fireworks, or it could be used over a series of English lessons.
This resource pack includes:
Model Poem ‘Firework Song’
This is used to inspire writing and can be used as a model for pupils to base their own writing upon.
Firework image cards
Printable images to inspire pupils’ creativity.
Firework Sounds word cards
Printable word cards to be displayed in the classroom for pupils to use when writing. They can also be used to practise blending skills, applying their phonic knowledge when reading.
Firework Sounds word mat
For pupils to use when writing.
Firework themed writing paper
A beautifully designed sheet that pupils could use to present their writing.
These can be used to guide pupils through the activities and prompt discussion.
Guidance on how to use the resource is given, divided into three smaller activities. Additional activities are also suggested.
National Curriculum English programme of study links
This resource is part of the Effective Writing collection.
View more from this collection
Click through to see what this resource has to offer