Kindergarten Children Poems

These Kindergarten Children poems are examples of Children poems about Kindergarten. These are the best examples of Children Kindergarten poems written by international poets.


Let's Do Letters by George Stanworth
Let’s do letters (A,B,C)
Let’s do numbers (1,2,3)
Let’s do puzzles (Piece by piece).
Let’s do lunchtime (Eat, eat, eat)

Let’s do playing (Run, run, run)
Let’s do painting (Fun,...

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Categories: children, 1st grade, 2nd grade,

Premium MemberRelease Your Child, Release Yourself by Caren Krutsinger
Don’t baby your babies when they are five.
Don’t carry them into kindergarten.
Kindergarten is for learning.
Kindergarten is for sharing.
Share your woes with adults.
Share your philosophy with...

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Categories: baby, child, childhood, children,



Premium MemberThe Gift by Carol Connell
When I was a young child, you were an old gray headed man that shuffled along slowly, aided by a cane. You never could move...

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Categories: children, 12th grade, 8th grade ,

Memories of a Chalk by L.C. Jarrette
Silhouettes fade as summer draws near
Yearning for their presence in this barren room
Rippling sounds of one's laughter cause me to tear
Awakens this reverie like scent...

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Categories: children, class, farewell, graduation,

Puppy Love at 55: Dedicated to Lady L by Anil Deo
 Puppy Love at 55
When I am wise, I’ll turn to puppy love
With generous doses of truth and innocence, almost no shame …
“Her be my...

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Categories: children, divorce, for her,

Premium Membern,w by Patricia Lawton
Noisy Workmen.

Bang,bang,bang,plop,plop,plop.
Will these noises never stop?
Clang,clang,clang,click,click,click.
Noise will cease in just a tick.

Thump, thump,thump, thud,thud,thud.
There it's fixed, should last for good.
Please take care tell girls and...

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Categories: children, fun, kindergarten,

Polly got Words by Tanis Troutman
Polly got words

He was five and going to start school.
His name was Paul, but everyone called him Polly.
He had only one interest and that was...

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Categories: car, childhood, children, dedication,

Jar - O - Marbles by Plant A Tree Poetry
OH you marbles in a jar!
Teacher wants us to guess how many of you there are
I try to count the ones showing, but I lose...

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Categories: character, children, children, kindergarten,

Still Small by Black Lotus
Untainted by society
Unknowing of the years to come
Not caring what we wear,
How we look or who our friend are. 
Running in circles,
Chasing our tails.
We all...

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Categories: children, feelings, friend, growing

Bum Burns by Rizwana Bhurani

                        

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Categories: children, funny, insect, kindergarten,

Rain by Neha batra
Rain is here, water everywhere,
Rainbow is seen up in the sky, 
I wish i could fly so high.
Eat hot things to keep tummy fill,
Do not...

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Categories: august, children, kid, kindergarten,

Premium MemberThe Pink Nursery by Julia Ward
Only girls in the pink nursery...
(A boy was seen once in a blue corridor.)
This is a small girl's place.
Toys are not unisex, but pink here,
and...

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Categories: children, discrimination, kindergarten,

Premium MemberMy Alphabet by Eve Roper
A a 	big A little a
                   What...

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Categories: children, kindergarten, preschool,

Mystery Solved by May Fenn



 
 I saw a little button,
 It was lying on the floor,
 I wondered who had lost it
 And looked around for more.
 It...

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Categories: anniversary, children, humorous, kindergarten,

My Shoes are on the Loose by Rochelle Harris
My Shoes are on the Loose

Papa Deuce, Papa Deuce
My shoes are on the loose
I've looked everywhere
Even under Mimi’s chair
They're not over here
And they're not over...

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Categories: children, children, kids, kindergarten,

OUR TATTERED ROBE by Edna Carroll
 There lies a red chenille robe 
 in a cardboard box that I keep. 
 It is threadbare and tattered 
 from rocking my...

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Categories: children, how i feel,

Our Not-So Perfect World by Ana Espinola Collins
In a perfect world...

Things won't break,
Our clothes don't shrink,
Bugs won't bite,
And skunks don't stink.

People never snore,
They don't even sneeze;
Ice cream never melts,
And puddles don't freeze.

There...

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Categories: children, kids, fun, funny,

Your Shadow by Ana Espinola Collins
Your Shadow...
Is dark in colour
Like black but duller
Comes and goes
Shrinks and grows

When around
It makes no sound
And whatever you do
It follows too

So when it’s near
Have no...

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Categories: beautiful, courage, children, kids,

the bear by brandy wassam
there once was a bear
who lived in belair 
he owned a red hen
who made eggs for his kin
then one time like most bears do
the bear...

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Categories: childhood, food, children, funny,

The Wonderful World Of Kindergarten by robin davis
Books and erasers on pencils
Alphabet and numbered stencils
A plastic chair attached to
A desk reserved just for you
Chalk boards are for taking notes
A cubby for backpacks...

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Categories: children, kindergarten, school,