Funny poems about teachers that rhyme
Read a Rhyme, Write a Rhyme by Jack PrelutskyWhen Jack Prelutksy posted the first couplet of a funny poem on a Web site and invited children to finish it, he expected about 100 responses. He got thousands. Now he has come up with an anthology of poems on 10 popular subjects by well-known poets and combined it with his own “poemstarts.” Included with each poemstart are suggestions for various ways the reader might continue the poem. With large type and a big red stop sign, it is made abundantly clear that the reader get a pencil and paper to complete the poem. Jack Prelutsky has been credited with making poetry fun for children to read. Now he is making poetry fun for children to write!
12 of Our Favorite Poems About Teaching
I have been writing poems since I was 14 years old and in school myself. Before that I used to be an elementary school kid. Since that time I've been a mother of school age kids, and now yikes I'm a grandmother of kids in school! Not to mention there was a time I was a visiting poet in schools in Michigan, Texas, and Ohio. Wherever I've been, there have always been a lot of weird things going on at school.
Teacher poems of appreciation, gratitude, and admiration. Thank you teacher poems make teacher feel valued and respected, for an extra special Teacher Day. Number One Teacher Name of teacher , I'm happy that you're my teacher; I enjoy each lesson you teach. As my role model you inspire me To dream and to work and to reach. With your kindness you get my attention; Every day you are planting a seed Of curiosity and motivation To know and to grow and succeed. You help me fulfill my potential; I'm thankful for all that you've done. I admire you each day, and I just want to say, As a teacher, you're number one!
Teacher Appreciation Poems
This section includes different types of rhyming poems for teachers. Teachers play a big role in their student's lives. We need to thank them and show them our appreciation for their patience and dedication. Their sincere kindness, warm feelings, it brings. They guide and protect us, under their wings.
Kids like funny school poems. After all, school is pretty much their work place -- and it's fun to make light of work! I used to ride a bus to school each morning, when we moved to the suburbs, back in The school bus had a culture all its own. There was much less discipline than in the classroom and lots of shenanigans on that bus. Come to think of it, it must be pretty hard work to drive one of those things! The bus arrives at five till eight.
Sometimes children with their fresh eyes looking at the world may be able to see that which an adults eyes pass over. There are many sayings to express this sentiment. One is, "out of the mouths of babes", another coined by a television show is, "kids say the darndest things". We recognize that as adults we have become jaded. We may miss hilarious ironies about the world that our children have to point out to us. If I had to take a guess, I would say that children are in the world for just this purpose.