Store your resources in your very own folder.

Sign in or sign up today!

Find out more

Poetry activities: Seasons

Add to My Folder
This item has 4 stars of a maximum 5

Rated 4/5 from 3 ratings (Write a review)

By Brenda Williamspoet

Help celebrate the wonder of winter and explore personification at its best with an enchanting poem

Snowflake

Each season brings its own beauty and delight, but often, one season can begin to merge with another at the beginning or end. Cold days, or the occasional flurry of snow in autumn, are warnings that in the middle of this colourful season, winter is not far away, and is eager to take over.

Explain to the children that the poem ‘I am Winter, King of Seasons’ is a letter poem, in which seasons are personified. Winter tells Autumn, rather impolitely, that its turn is over, and it is ‘Time to go!/ Scram! Vamoose’. Winter then claims that he is ‘King of Seasons’.

Don’t forget!

Download the beautiful winter poem ‘I am Winter, King of Seasons.’

Log in to your account to read

Don't have an account?

Create your FREE Scholastic account

Reviews