Poem - Walls have ears, Doors have eyes. Trees have voices, beasts tell lies. Beware the rain. Beware the snow. Beware the man you think you know. - Song of Sapphique

Poem - Walls have ears, Doors have eyes. Trees have voices, beasts tell lies. Beware the rain. Beware the snow. Beware the man you think you know. - Song of Sapphique // rhyming words poetry inspiration

Popcorn is a fun, easy-to-read poem with lots of "short o" words.

Popcorn is a fun, easy-to-read poem with lots of "short o" words. poems, rhyming books and worksheets

Poems coming home from school are a great resource for families. Learn the poem together and play around with altering it. Feed in facts - "I have a little reptile..", and your child's own knowledge - "I have a great big dog..."

MUST pass on to my friend Ana who LOVES frogs and is a pretty awesome teacher as well. :) This is so cute, I love it.

On this page you'll find a selection of the most popular Robert Louis Stevenson poems to share with your children.

Picture Books in Winter – Illustration by Jessie Willcox Smith from A child’s garden of verses by Robert Louis Stevenson, 1905

Great tool for memorization....From the creators of ScriptureTyper  Memory Typer: The easy way to memorize stuff!

Short Poems For Children: 10 of the Best Short, Rhyming Poems to Teach Your Kids

FREEBIE!  Lost Tooth Certificate.  Fun rhyming poem!

This is a fun Lost Tooth Certificate to celebrate that happy occasion when one of your students loses their tooth. A fun rhyming poem on the certi.

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How to Write a Blog: The 12 Dos and Don'ts of Writing a Blog

As a parent of I can confidently claim that the best poems for kids fall into 3 categories: short poems, funny poems, and rhyming poems.

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