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Stone Age Acrostic Poem

23 November 2014 4 comments
Paul Jamin - Le Mammouth.jpg

Le Mammouth by Paul Jamin, 1885, from Wikipedia

For his homework this week my 7 y.o. son had to write a poem about the stone age.

After a bit of brain storming about which words he wanted to use and a little help putting it all together he came up with this fantastic acrostic poem.

I thought it was so good, I just had to blog about it!

As explained on an acrostic poem “uses the letters in a word to begin each line of the poem. All lines of the poem relate to or describe the main topic word”.

Our word was HUNTER.

Hunting Wooly Mammoths to get our dinner.

Using flint spears and axes that we made.

Nearly getting whacked by big tusks as we kill our prey.

The fire cooks the delicious yummy meat.

Eating in our cave wrapped up snug in animal fur.

Recording our lives by painting on the cave walls.

Image on right – “Paul Jamin – Le Mammouth” by Paul JaminSalon de 1885. Licensed under Public domain via Wikimedia Commons.

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