BC: THANKS FOR READING
FC: Poems About | EVERYTHING | Just For Kids | By Elyse Sutton
2: Table Of Contents | Holidays Fourth of July........... pages 2&3 Halloween................pages 4&5 Easter.....................pages 6&7 Fathers day...............pages 8&9 Mothers Day..............pages 10&11 Valentines Day...........pages 12&13 St. Patrick's Day.........pages 14&15 Thanksgiving.............pages 16&17 Fluff Holidays Groundhog day...........pages 18&19 Earth Day..................pages 20&21 April fools day............pages 22&23 | Animals Cats........................pages 24&25 Dogs........................pages 26&27 Ants...........,,,,,.........pages 28&29
3: Seasons Winter..........................pages 30&31 Winter..........................pages 32&33 Spring.......................... pages 34&35 Summer........................pages 36&37 Fall...............................pages 38&39 Random pages Science........................pages 40&41 Behavior.......................pages 42&43 History.........................pages 44&45 About The Author.........pages 46&47 Pictures........................pages 48&49
5: Amercians in strength unite This union born in freedom's light. United states, how sure we are We'll pull together, near and far. The world can see of what we're made Each state is of the higest grade. Determination, filled with pride Our people's will won't be denied. Our founding fathers set to stay The road we traveled to this day. A quest for rirght cannot be wrong With help from God, we will stay strong. Support out troopsranks number one For the job they do is never done. When forced they put it on the line True patriots, when called they shine Lets raise Old Glory with a cheer And thank all soliders, past and here
7: Late at night When you go to bed Witches will meet And rise the dead When they reach your door They'll call out your name Make sure you don't answer You have nothing to gain Be sure to scream If ever these you meet Happy Halloween Trick or treat?
9: Easter is coming Spring is on it's way Hens getting ready For eggs to lay. Flowers all growing Bright and tall Little lambs born Fluffy and small. A time for hope And a time for prayer New beginnings And warm air. The Easter bunny And chocolate treats Egg rolling, hunts And lots of sweets! | Easter
10: Mommy | Child | Daddy
11: God took the strength of a mountian, The majesty of a tree, The warmth of a summer sun, The calm of a quiet of the sea, The generous soul of nature, The comforting arm of the night, The wisdom of the ages, The power of the eagle's flight The faith of a mustard seed, The depth of family need, Then God combined these qualities, When there was nothing more to add, He knew His masterpiece was complete, And so, He called it..........Dad
13: Mothers Day | "M" is for the Million things she gave me "O" mean only means that shes growing Old "T" is for the Tears she shed to save me "H" is for her Heart of purest gold "E" is for her Heart, with love-light shining "R" means right, and right sh'll always be MOTHER
15: VALENTINES DAY | Roses are red Daisies are white I like you alot Cos you are alright! ************************************************************** Roses are red Grass is green You are the prettiest Girl I have ever seen ************************************************************** Roses are red Violets are blue Be my wife And say " I do." ************************************************************** | Roses are red Sometimes pink Be my valentine? What do you think? Hearts and flowers, Love and goo, On valentines day I LOVE YOU | Roses are red Violets are blue Nothing in this crazy world Can keep me away from you
16: L U C K Y
17: One green shamrock, in the mornig dew, Another one sprouted, And then there were two. Two green shamrocks, growing beneath a tree. Another one sprouted And then there were three. Three green shamrocks, by the cottage door, Another one sprouted And then there were four. Four green shamrocks near a beehive, Another one sprouted, And then there were five. Five green shamrocks, bright and emerald green, Think of all the luck, These shamrocks will bring!
19: Lets not be late, There's lots of good food, So fill your plate! With pie at the end, It cant be beat, Hooray for Thanksgiving, There's so much to eat!
21: See the little Groundhog, Furry and brown, See the little Groundhog, Look all around, If he see's his shadow, Down he goes, There's more winter, Little Groundhog knows! | Groundhog, Groundhog, popping up today Groundhog,Groundhog, can you play? If you see your shadow, hide away. If there's no shadow, you can stay. Groundhog, Groundhog, popping up today. Groundhog, Groundhog, can you play? | Who lives in the ground, A little Groundhog, Who likes to look around, She comes outside on Groundhod Day! If she sees her shadow, She runs away. There's a little groundhog, Wjo loves to stay and play When spring's on it's way.
22: Earth Day
23: I'm glad the sky is painted blue; And the earth is painted green; And such a lot of nice of fresh air All sandwiched in between.
25: April Fools | Katie put a whoopie cushion, on the teachers chair, Makayla told the teacher, that a bug was in her hair. | Dennis left a piece of plastic dog doo doo on the floor, and Vincent put some plastic vomit in the teachers draw. | Amanda but a goldfish in the teacher's drinking cup. These April Fool's Day pranks are ones that you cold use in class | Before you go and try them, though, there's something I should mention: The teacher wasn't fooling, when she put us in detention. | Alyssa brought an apple, with a purple gummy worm, and gave it to the teacher, just to see if she would squrim.
26: Kitty Cats
29: Doggie | My dog ate my homework That mischieveous pup got hold of my homework and gobbled it up. My dog ate my homework It's gonna be late I guess that the teacher will just have to waite My dog ate my homework he swallowed it whole I shouldent have mixed it with food in his bowl!
31: ANTS | 1 ant, 2 ants, 3 ants 4 Our picnic is in their grocery store 5 ants,6 ants,8 ants, Their crawling on my plate, 8 ants,7 ants, Stomp around, 6 ants,5 ants, On the ground, 4 ants,3 ants, On the ground, 2 ants, 1 ant No ore fun
33: See the pretty snowflakes, falling from the sky, On the wall and housetops, Soft and thick as they lie, On the window ledges, On the branches bear, Now how fast they gather, Filling all the air, Look into the garden, Where the grass was green, Coverd by the snowflakes, Not a blade is seen, Now the black bear bushes, All look soft and white, Every twig is white. | WINTER
34: W I N T E R
35: Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, And sorry I could not travel both, And be one traveler, long I stood, And looked down as far as I could, To where it bent in the undergrowth; Then took the other, as just as fair, And having perhaps the better claim, Because it was grassy and wanted to where, Though as for the passing there, Had worn them really about the same, And both that morning equally lay, In a day no steps had trotten black. Oh, I marked the first for another day! Yet knowing how way leads on to way, I doughted if I should ever come back. I shall be telling this with a sigh, Somewhere ages and ages hence. Two rodes diverged in wood, and I, I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference.
37: S P R I N G | oses growing from the ground | unshine | like spring | reen grass | retty | flowers | easting birds
39: Let us find a shady wady, Pretty little brook, Let us have some handy candy, And a picture book. There all day we'll stay and play and, Never mind the heat, while the water gleaming, streaming, Ripples round our feet. And we'll gather curly pearly, Mussel shells while bright Frightened minnows darting, parting, Scurry out of sight. What if, what if, - heigo! my oh! All the "ifs" were true, And the little fishes wishes, Now,what would you do?
41: fall | Change to raiment red and gold When the summer moon turns mellow, And the nights are getting cold, When the squirrels hide their acorns, And the woodchucks disappear, Then we know that it is Autumn, Loveliest season of the year!
43: We all have skeleton Inside you and me Made of bones So we're not wobbily Our bones are hard To support our bodys And protect our organs Like lungs and hearts We also need to get up and go Muscles to help us Move fast and slow
45: Behavior | When speaking to others, Use a kind voice Think before you do And make the right choice. Follow the rules | When speaking to thers Use a kind voice Think before doing And make the right choice. Follow instructions And try your best Do your homework And pass the test. If you get stuck Raise your hand Ask for help And you'll be grand. When moving around Walk, don't run Be respectful.... The rules are done.
47: TREES ARE THE KINDEST THINGS I KNOW, THEY DO NO HARM, JUST SIMPLY GROW AND SPRED A SHADE FOR SLEEPY COWS AND GATHER BIRDS AMONG THEIR BOWS. THEY GIVE US FRUIT IN LEAVES FROM ABOVE AND WOOD TO MAKE OUR HOUSES FROM, AND KEAVES TO BURN ON HALLOWEEN AND SPRING NEW BUDS OF GREEN. THEY ARE FIRST WHEN DAY'S BEGUN TO TOUGH THE BEAMS OF MORNING SUN, THEY ARE THE LAST TO HOLD THE LIGHT WHEN EVNING CHANGES INTO NIGHT AND WHEN A MOON FLOATS ON THE SKY THEY HUM A DROWSY LULLABY OF SLEEPY CHILDREN LONG AGO.... TESS ARE THE KINDEST THINGS I KNOW! | TREES
49: Hi my name is Elyse Sutton and I'm 11 years old and i like money.