Funny poems about school days
Lunch Money: And Other Poems About School by Carol Diggory ShieldsHere are twenty-four hilarious poems about school, where all kinds of unexpected things happen. From an unusual pledge of allegiance and jungle gym gossip to recess rules and the rules of addition, Carol Diggory Shields captures the experiences of schoolgoers with wit and verve. This rollicking collection is sure to keep readers laughing until summer vacation. A frisky collection....Kids will greet [the poems] with enthusiasm.
Here's a collection of rhyming poems about school that were written for your enjoyment. You'll find poems that talk about the various stages of education, including verses about preschool, kindergarten, primary, middle, and high school. I think it's important for us to motivate and inspire our children to enjoy school by encouraging them to enjoy learning and helping them excel. Kids should also have a positive attitude towards school, by realizing it's a fun place where they can socialize with friends, and also be active physically. Let's start off with a very general poem about school for kids. These verses may be shared with children of any age.
A millionbillionwillion miles from home Waiting for the bell to go. To go where? Why are they all so big, other children? So noisy? So much at home they Must have been born in uniform Lived all their lives in playgrounds Spent the years inventing games That don't let me in. Games That are rough, that swallow you up. And the railings.
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The difficulties of School is a subject which many have written about. - I have been writing poems since I was 14 years old and in school myself. Before that I used to be an elementary school kid.
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