‘First Catch your Haggis!’ poem by Robert Burns – Primary KS2 teaching resource - Scholastic

‘First Catch your Haggis!’ poem by Robert Burns – Primary KS2 teaching resource - Scholastic

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Stamp used to commemorate the poem and Rabbie Burns, small piece but good inspiration on how to layout the first line.❤️

Stamp used to commemorate the poem and Rabbie Burns, small piece but good inspiration on how to layout the first line.❤️

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The birth on this day 25th January, 1759, of Robert Burns, Scotland's national poet. His birthday is celebrated as Burns Bight by Scotsmen all over the world. His poem Auld Lang Syne is often sung on New Year's Eve, or Hogmanay, as it is known in Scotland (The Dumfries Volunteers)

The birth on this day 25th January, 1759, of Robert Burns, Scotland's national poet. His birthday is celebrated as Burns Bight by Scotsmen all over the world. His poem Auld Lang Syne is often sung on New Year's Eve, or Hogmanay, as it is known in Scotland (The Dumfries Volunteers)

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Robert Burns... Scottish, a poet, and durn handsome to boot!!! Haha
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