Print out this fun summer sensory poem and discuss it with the kids to help them plan their own poetry. It's written from the author's point of view (first person) and describes what the author is seeing, smelling, feeling, tasting and hearing! Now they can have a go at writing their own summer sensory poem - why not try using Summer Sensory Poem Similes worksheet to help prompt them?
Summer Sensory Poem
Plan a simple sensory season about one of the four seasons with the help of these planning sheets. There are 5 in the pack - Spring, Summer, Autumn, Fall and Winter.
Similes make poetry more interesting and are a great way to get the children started with writing poems. Can the kids write some sensory similes about summer to create a poem with a summery feeling?