COMPUTING IN ACTION IN NEPTUNE – COLLABORATIVE CLASS BLOG POEM

As part of our ‘Snap, Crackle and Pop’ topic Neptune Class have been thinking about being safe around fireworks. Fireworks can be very dangerous so we should always follow The Firework Code when we are near fireworks.

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Fireworks are also very beautiful so we thought we would write a class acrostic poem all about FIREWORKS.  Each small group will create a different line for our poem and then post their line until we spell out the word F…I…R…E…W…O…R…K…S

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9 Responses to COMPUTING IN ACTION IN NEPTUNE – COLLABORATIVE CLASS BLOG POEM

  1. ks1blog says:

    Fantastic, fabulous colours flying high.
    Incredible, exploding shapes shooting by.
    Red rockets make a rainbow display.
    Exciting, colourful sparklers circling above our head…
    Whooshing by like time passing in the day.
    Orange flames glowing in the night.
    Raining fountains of colours glittering bright.
    Keep listening and looking at the sky.
    Search for a pattern that catches your eye!

    Created by Neptune Class

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  2. jake spear says:

    WOW the poem so high up I like it well done neptune class

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  3. jake spear says:

    WOW that poem was very long and very high I loved it from jake spear.

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  4. jake spear says:

    WOW NEPTUNE CLASS that was amazing and long I loved it

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  5. Julie McDonagh says:

    What a fantastic poem.Well done Neptune class! From Evelyn’s Mum.

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  6. Katie Hicks says:

    Love this poem!

    I love the line ‘search for a pattern that catches your eye’ – beautiful!

    Well done all,

    Dexter’s Mummy 🙂
    PS, Hi Dexter!!

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