Do your kids write poems often? Or, are they showing an interest in short poems which they maybe ask you to read to them from time to time? Whichever way, it is good to encourage your child to connect with their poetic side, just like the poet who wrote the poem in this worksheet. The poem is about the butterfly, and the poet talks about the things she loves about the butterfly. Read the poem aloud to your child, and then read the questions at the bottom of the printout, and help them answer the simple questions.
Most kids start writing poems from when they are very little. You can encourage your child to keep writing more by pasting their sweet poems on the fridge or on the walls of your house. The poem in this worksheet is about a swing. Your child probably loves playing on the swing in the playground, at school, or at the park. The poem talks about how the poet feels as he swings on a swing and the many things he sees. Read the poem to your child, and then read the questions at the bottom of the printout, and help them answer the simple questions.
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