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Science Poems

Science Poems


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Published by sroseman
for early primary grades
for early primary grades

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Published by: sroseman on Apr 10, 2008
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Bacmeister What is under the grass, Way under the ground, Where everything is cool and wet With darkness all around? Little pink worms live there; Ants and brown bugs creep Softly round the stones and rocks Where roots are puching deep. Do they hear us walking On the grass above their heads; Hear us running over While they snuggle in their beds? TREES by Henry Behn Trees are the kindest things I know They do no harm they simply grow They give us fruit in leaves above And wood to make our houses of. And spread a shade for sleepy cows And gather birds among their boughs. WIND by Christina Rossette Who has seen the wind? Neither I nor you. But when the leaves hang trembling, The wind is passing through. Who has seen the wind? Neither you nor I. But when the trees bow down their heads, The wind is passing by. PUSSYWILLOW - author unknown I know a little pussy Her coat is silver-gray She lives down in the meadow Not very far away. She'll always be a pussy. She'll never be a cat. "Cause she's a pussywillow! Now what do you think of that - scit scat! PUSSYWILLOW SPRING- author unknown Pussywillow wakened From her winter nap. For the frolic spring breeze On her door did tap. Mistress Pussywillow Opened wide the door Never had the sunshine Seemed so bright before. Happy little children Cried with happy shout "Spring is coming! Spring is coming! Pussywillow's out!: Cheers!

Barbara Teacher, Bayshore P.S.

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