Creative writing resources for kids and much more!

Creative writing resources for kids and much more!

Alice when you look at the Wonderland Shape Poetry Writing Activity

Poems may be such a joy to create and generally are one the quickest and easiest activities that are writing there! Not every person can write a 500 words story every day, you could write a poem that is short like a haiku or a Clerihew poem. We decided to look at one of the most creative forms of poetry, shape poems today! And because today can also be Lewis Carroll’s birthday we made a decision to take inspiration from Alice in the Wonderland. So, carry on reading if you want to learn the rules of shape poetry in order to find a few examples of Alice in the Wonderland shape poetry!

Shape Poetry Tips

Before we begin with the Alice within the Wonderland shape poetry activity, check out strategies for writing shape poems:

  1. Before jumping in, the thing that is first must do is decide on the form of your poem and theme. For example, if you’re writing a poem about vampires, you probably would want to use a bat while the form of your poem.
  2. Don’t over-complicate your shape with shadows and details. Keep it simple, only use outlines and basic shapes (you will see a few examples below relating to Alice in the Wonderland).
  3. Plan your poem out before writing it into the shape. You should use a separate bit of scrap paper to work on this. You can then write it in a shape format when you are ready.
  4. Using a pencil, lightly outline or draw your shape on your paper. Then write your words matching the outline. This can provide a guideline that is neat your poetry.

Now the rules are known by us of this game, let’s begin the game! Using Alice within the Wonderland (books or movies) as a way to obtain inspiration, are you able to write a shape poem using the following objects?

  • Teacup
  • Cat
  • Clock
  • Rabbit
  • Hat
  • Now think about your own personal shape.

You obtain points so you can get the following correct:

  • Following the form of the thing in your poem.
  • Using words connecting towards the form of your poem.
  • Using ideas and details regarding the Alice when you look at the Wonderland story.
  • Using descriptive or words that are emotional create an image in your readers head.

That you can make use of as a guideline if you need some inspiration or ideas below are some types of Alice in the Wonderland shape poems</strong.

Teacup shape poem

Tea Party when you look at the woods that are murky.
Creatures from all over are invited.
Wear your best hat and bring your favourite dessert.
There’s lots of tea for everybody, rabbit, mat hatter…
And even those little birds.
So, come and join us for a fun time.

Chesire cat shape poem

Chesire cat with a grin how big is the moon.
Watching my every move.
1 minute you’re here.
The next your gone.
Please, come back whenever I really need you!
i really like your bushy tail and big wide eyes.
will you be my imagination or real?
i really hope to discover!

Clock shape poem

Time ticking away. Tick tock, tick tock.
Cant go back.
Don’t desire to move forward.
I’ll just jump down a hole.
Enter a whole new world.
Where cats talk and rabbits wear clothes.
But don’t eat the cake!
And when I come back.
I’ll be whole!

Rabbit shape poem

Go run little rabbit, run!
Time is running out!
Save wonderland.
Be cautious about the beasts that lurk when you look at the woods.
And don’t let the mad hatter scare you.
Find Alice before it’s too late!
Now go RUN!

Mad Hatter’s hat shape poem

Hats of so colours that are many sizes and shapes.
Have your ever deen a group so big and bold?
I adore them all!
Hats for every occasion…
Winter, summer as well as Halloween! discount
Today but which one?

Now it’s your turn! We would like to visit your Alice in the Wonderland shape poems! You can share them with us either utilizing the comments below or on social media#imagineforest that is using. For the time being, why not take a look at our other fun writing activities for kids and writing prompts.

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