In English this week, we have been learning how and why writers use personification. Your task this weekend is to use personification to write a poem. You could choose a room in your house and look carefully at the objects there. How could you use personification to describe what you can see? How will you give your reader a sense of what the room feels like? What is moving in the room? Alternatively, you could think about your favourite place; the beach, a forest, the park, etc. How would you use personification to describe the place so that the reader feels as if they are there with you? Another idea could be to use personification to describe a storm or a flood.
In your poem, you could also use some of the other figurative language features we have been learning about, including similes and metaphors. You can decide whether your poem rhymes or not, and whether you include elements of repetition. If you would like to, you could also illustrate your poem, or paint a picture to go with it.