Halloween is a time for witches, ghosts, spells and strange happenings. This challenge introduces you to a world of spooky things and creatures.
You will need to use the search bar in Let’s Explore to discover the answers - https://childrens.poetryarchive.org/explore.
You can search using particular words or the name of the poet. Enjoy listening to the poems too.
1. What does the ghost do with spider’s webs in Berlie Doherty’s poem – ‘Ghost in the Garden’?
2. What is it you must not do if you see a Duppy in James Berry’s poem – ‘Trick a Duppy’?
3. What do the Jumbies love in John Lyons poem – ‘Jumbies’?
4. What must you do with your teeth in Wes Magee’s poem – ‘The Boneyard Rap’?
5. What colours are the mask worn by the Witch Ghost in John Lyon’s poem – ‘Witch Ghost’?
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1) Draws them across (your) face
2) No whisper. No shout. (E.g. do not make a sound).
3) the dark that night brings
4) rattle them
5) dead black, blood red, rotten