Wednesday, March 1, 2017

5 Spring Poems for Kids

It's the first day of March, and I awoke to the sound of thunderstorms and tornado sirens.  Needless to say, March is coming in like a lion.  Believe it or not, we will end the night with snow.  This up and down weather is a sure sign Spring is on it's way.  Before we know it, we'll be hearing the chirps of baby birds, digging through mud to find worms, jumping in rain puddles, and planting flowers. 

Get the kiddos ready and engaged in the seasonal changes with these 5 Spring Poems for Kids.

Sung to the tune of "Frere Jacques", Spring is Here is great for choral reading, is simple and short, and can easily incorporate movement for retelling.

Springtime is great for introducing after having a student-led discussion about the signs of Spring.

Review sight words and verbs with this adorable poem, simply named Spring.

A Little Seed has been my go-to poem when introducing plants and flowers.

Five Little Flowers has endless learning opportunities, such as color words, sight words, number words, sequencing, expression, and fluency.

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