Rabbiting On, and Other Poems



❰Epub❯ ➚ Rabbiting On, and Other Poems Author Kit Wright – E17streets4all.co.uk Includes Rabbiting On Dad and the Cat and the Tree Includes Rabbiting On Dad and the Cat and and Other PDF/EPUB Â the Tree.Rabbiting On, and Other Poems

Kit Wright born June in Crockham and Other PDF/EPUB Â Hill, Kent is the author ofthan twenty five books, for both adults and children, and the winner of awards including an Arts Council Writers Award, the Geoffrey Faber Memorial Prize, the Hawthornden Prize, the Alice Hunt Bartlett Prize and Rabbiting On, PDF/EPUB or jointly the Heinemann Award After a scholarship to Oxford University, he worked as a lecturer in Canada, then returned to England and a position in the Poetry Society He is currently a full time writer.

Rabbiting On, and Other Poems ePUB ½ and Other
  • Paperback
  • 95 pages
  • Rabbiting On, and Other Poems
  • Kit Wright
  • English
  • 25 November 2017
  • 0006713424

10 thoughts on “Rabbiting On, and Other Poems

  1. says:

    I have loved this book for so many years My Aunt gave it to me before I left Ireland to go live in Australia I have read it front to back so many times, I can recite most poems off by heart I now have a daughter of my own and she is 6 I read her some of the stories tonight and she loved them Fell asleep at the 4th one I should buy another copy, this one is very old looking.

  2. says:

    I also read this poem in The Oxford Book of Children s Poetry I really liked it as it showes different meanings of rabbit as in a noun and a verb I think children would be able to work from this to make there own versions which could be really interesting.

  3. says:

    This is a short poem about a cat who gets stuck in a tree Dad tries to get him out of the tree and comedy ensues This is a rhyming poem The last word of each line rhymes with the last word of another line The language is nice and simple with very few if any words needing to be explained.Rhyming is a crucial part of teaching children an awareness of phonics This poem could be used as a way of both reinforcing phonetic knowledge and also exploring new rhyming words The poem is perfect for us This is a short poem about a cat who gets stuck in a tree Dad tries to get him out of the tree and comedy ensues This is a rhyming poem The last word of each line rhymes with the last word of another line The language is nice and simple with very few if any words needing to be explained.Rhyming is a crucial part of teaching children an awareness of phonics This poem could be used as a way of both reinforcing phonetic knowledge and also exploring new rhyming words The poem is perfect for use in a Key stage 1 classroom A possible lesson could be children saying to the poem out loud doing actions to reinforce the rhyming lines In this way the children will first have to identify the rhyming words thus improving phonetic awareness.Another possible lesson could be to cut up the lines of the poem and put children in small groups and they must rearrange the poem and put in it its correct order based on the rhyming words

  4. says:

    Found this again after moving house, had great fun visiting my dear old friend Dave Dirt and others.

  5. says:

    Delicious funny poetry I remember Dad and the Cat and the Tree,told from the perspective of the watching child and alsoGive up slimming, Mum.

  6. says:

    My Granddad is dead and I m sorry about is my favourite and I can still recite it word for word now arrrh my childhood thanks you.My family who had to listen to me over and over again do not.

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