We all love poems. They are wonderful. They have rhymes and rhythms, and we can recite them eloquently in front of our family and friends. Keeping this in mind, we shared a step-by-step guide on how to write a poem. That is why we are excited to announce a Poetry Writing Competition for our young poets!
We are super excited, are you? Here are some things to keep in mind while submitting your poems for this competition.
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Writing a poem can be quite hard in the beginning. To get your child started on the poetry writing journey, you can use the following prompts. Original ideas and poems are always appreciated; however, these will give your child some context to build on. Most young ones would surely love the head start!
Here are some prompts:
Be gentle on your child as they work on their poems. Encourage them to read them out to family and friends. Put them on the wall. Encourage and inspire them to explore this craft further. You could also read out good, funny children’s poems to them to motivate them. And, soon, your child will start crafting wonderful poems.
The last date for the poem submission for this Poetry Writing Competition is 15 July 2023. Looking forward to reading all the incredible poems! Good luck!
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