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Rhymes - KS2 lesson for the English Curriculum

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Pupils will look at how rhyme can be used in jokes to create a surprise punchline. They will be able to write their own funny jokes to help them become Britain’s Funniest Class! An element of create risk-taking is important – children will learn that some jokes they write will be good, others will fail – perseverance is the key.

Learning objectives:

  • To think of examples of rhyming pairs.
  • To create their own joke based on rhyme.

To submit your pupils’ jokes for the Beano Britain’s Funniest Class competition, visit the Beano for Schools website.



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