Creative Teaching & Learning

Using trees to inspire poetry

Trees, the lungs of the earth in many ways, are often looked to as our life source, but revered children’s poet Kate Williams shares how the humble tree can transform the unlikely writer into the most articulate poet.

Trees can inspire at any time of year, but especially in the autumn. In the wild weather and darkening days of this eloquent season, trees offer a whirl of wonders to fire the imagination of young writers, irrespective of ability.

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