My flower and season poems are
great examples of personification poetry
All four seasons can be bought as a set for £10 (includes a FREE BONUS ‘Naming the Seasons’ Poem, summarising all four seasons
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Suggestions For Educational use…..
Print off as many times as you like and use around the school to create a fabulous poetic environment combined with the beauty of nature. Buy the whole “Picturing The Seasons set” (5 for just £10) and change with the seasons. A perfect way to demonstrate personification in poetry, complimented by the beautiful artwork.
Alternatively, why not read the poem, without sight of the illustrations and try to picture the image by interpreting the descriptive writing just as the artist, Sam Vardy, had to do.
Use the flower poems as further examples of personification poetry, as children are imaginative enough to understand the inference of human behaviour that these personification poems imply.