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Day 22 – Imagination Station

This is a poem I was working on yesterday for World Poetry Day.

It has proved great fun to think of some of the bizarre and interesting things that one might find at an Imagination Station. Imagination is one of the most valuable resources to tap when writing poetry for children.

Have a go at writing the next stanza of the poem – you have a pattern to follow with the rhyme and the repeated line ‘At the imagination station’ after your four lines – but what happens on those four lines is entirely up to you! Let your imagination run wild.

Author:

I am a children's author and poet living in Cambridgeshire. My first collection of poetry, 'There's a Poem in my Dungarees!' was published in November 2021 by Magic Daisy Publishing.

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