Tag: Poem for Kids

Ding dong bell

  Ding dong bell Pussy’s in the well Who put her in? Little Johnny Flynn Who pulled her out? Little Tommy Stout What a naughty boy was that Try to drown poor Pussycat, Who ne’er did any harm But killed all the mice In the Farmer’s barn!   *** A popular English language nursery rhyme for kids …

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One Owl

One Owl

by Olena Ivanitska    One Owl was perching on a branch, When it remembered about lunch. Lifted the wings and flew to a ranch!©        

The Owl and the Pussy-Cat

by Edward Lear (1812—1888)    The Owl and the Pussy-Cat went to sea In a beautiful pea-green boat: They took some honey, and plenty of money Wrapped up in a five-pound note. The Owl looked up to the stars above, And sang to a small guitar, “0 lovely Pussy, 0 Pussy, my love, What a …

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Mr. Owl

  Late at night when you’re in bed, Mr Owl perks up his head. He looks left and he looks right, In the dark all through the night. Hear him hoot when you’re in bed, When Mr Owl perks up his head.       **** Short rhyme for kids from the first year, Learn …

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There was an owl

Poems for Kids Owl

    There was an owl who lived in an oak. The more he heard, the less he spoke; the less he spoke, the more he heard- We all should be like that wise old bird.     **** Rhyme for kids from the first year, Learn count, learn English, play and have fun. First …

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Five Little Owls

5 little owls, On a branch by the shore, 1 fell off, Then there were 4. 4 little owls, High in a tree, The wind blew hard, Then there were 3. 3 little owls, None of them knew, A raven took one, Then there were 2. 2 little owls, Sitting in the sun, A raccoon …

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Toy shop

I have got a good job. In a big toy shop. I have got a lot of toys For little girls and little boys. I can play with every toy… but I am not a little boy!   **** This simple poem is good for reading to kids and for learning English. Read, learn words …

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Look at me!

I’m a horse! I’m a horse! And I can jump, of course! Look at me! Look at me! I’m a cat! I’m a cat! And I can climb like that! Look at me! Look at me! I’m a fish! I’m a fish! And I can swim, splesh splish! Look at me! Look at me! I’m …

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My Doll

I`ve got a very pretty doll. Her hair is long.  She is not tall. Her blouse is beautiful and blue. Her shoes are very small and new. These are her raincoat and umbrella. She`s got a dress like Cinderella. Those are her sweater and her beg. The sweater is green and the beg is black. …

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My Mother

by Ann Taylor (1782-1866) Who sat and watched my infant head When sleeping on my cradle bed, And tears of sweet affection shed? My Mother. When pain and sickness made me cry, Who gazed upon my heavy eye, And wept for fear that I should die? My Mother. Who taught my infant lips to pray …

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