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CLIP 6961

Poetry Pie - 'Tiger's Sneeze' Poem

Poetry Pie - 'Tiger's Sneeze' Poem
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Key Info
  • Poetry Pie - 'Tiger's Sneeze' Poem
  • Duration: 03:21
  • Animated farmyard animals dress-up as the jungle animals described in this poem, which tells the story of a Tiger who loses his stripes. This 'Poetry Pie' clip is published as part of the CBeebies website. For more clips and resources from the programme go to bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/poetrypie/. Please note this clip is only available in Flash.
  • Subject:

    Literacy

       Topic:

    Poetry: Animated for younger children

  • Keywords: rhythmn, word order, onomatopoeia, poetry, animation, tiger, poetry pie, jungle, animals
Ideas for use in class
  • Use this clip as a resource for learning about rhyming patterns. The teacher could encourage the pupils to explore the different patterns created, both by the ways words and phrases are used and sequenced, and inventive language choices have been used. Following on from this modelling, pupils could, in pairs or individually, write their own simple patterned texts developing their writing from a given beginning, following a given pattern or within a given frame.
Background details
  • Clip language : English
  • Aspect ratio : 16x9

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