This week's challenge is to compose (write) an acrostic poem. With an acrostic poem, the first letter of each line spells out a word or words (going downwards) that you are basing your poem on.
What to do:
1. You can type your poem in the comment box below.
2. Click here to download your poetry worksheet
3. Ask your parents to help you send your stories to email@example.com
Here's one we wrote:
Stay at home we are told
Til the Taoiseach says to go
All we do every day is
Yell and laugh and shout and play
All the time we miss our friends
To see them once would make amends
Have to listen though to what they say
Or Leo might pop by one day
Mr Smith, why was your son
Even trying to disobey, that's really not on!