Thanks to Jama at Jama’s Alphabet Soup for hosting all the Poetry Friday goodness today.
I returned to a kinder class a few weeks ago for a day of subbing. Since we had written animal sounds poems, I decided to use Joyce Sidman’s book, RED SINGS FROM TREETOPS, A YEAR IN COLORS. My example poem is at Deowriter.
Today and tomorrow, please enjoy these kinder poems.
I just read your post on the other blog and I had commented that I hoped you would share what your kinders came up with- and here they are! They are all so good, but I have a thing for pink 🙂
Love them, Jone, that ‘purple-blue’ song! They were inspired by your work.
These are filled with such joy. Thanks for sharing!
These are so wonderful. Thanks for sharing them!
These wonderful poems are like a pack of skittles! Delicious bites of the rainbow. (I SO want to try a blurple berry!)
These are such fun! Thanks for sharing them. And now I want to taste some blurple berries!
These are so good! Thank you for sharing them! Ruth, thereisnosuchthingasagodforsakentown.blogspot.com
Oh, this reminds me how much fun it is to write with younger writers. I especially love, “Pink sings the lollipop song.” Thanks for sharing these.
What lovely poems from such little folk. How wonderful that you had the opportunity to share the joy within each one, Jone.
My fav:” “Yellow sings happy songs.” This is especially true today in our bright spring sunshine!
How cool is it that no matter where you sub, kids write POETRY!
What joyful poets! Love them all!