Poetry and Rhyme

The Particular Way of the Odd Ms. McKay
Daniel Errico
Me
Roger McGough
Matilda
Hillaire Belloc
Pochwala Ogrodkow Warzywnych
Krystyna Raszka
A Polish Poem
The Painting Lesson
Trevor Harvey
My Doggy Ate my Homework
Dave Crawley
Spider Swallowing
Brian Moses
Jim, who Ran Away from His Nurse, and was Eaten by a Lion
A Cautionary Tale
Hillaire Belloc
Late Home
Gervase Phinn
Tiny Turtle
A Nursery Rhyme
Little Teapot
A Nursery Rhyme
George Harry Sanders and Clarence Kelley
An Interesting Fact About One of My Relatives
Ian McMillan
Snail
Federico Garcia Lorca
The Highwayman
Alfred Noyes
If
Rudyard Kipling
And That Was The Oddest of Things
Daniel Errico
Bobby’s Bubble Gum
Dave Ward
Jack and Jill
A Nursery Rhyme
Diddle Diddle Dumpling My Son John
A Nursery Rhyme
The Rhythm of Life
Michael Rosen
I Know Someone
Michael Rosen
Down Behind the Dustbin
Michael Rosen
I Opened a Book
Michael Rosen
The Noise
Michael Rosen
Washing Up
Michael Rosen
Freddie and the Fairy
A Rhyming Story
Julia Donaldson
Shark in the Park
A Rhyming Story
Nick Sharratt
Remember
Christina Rossetti
There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly
A Nursery Rhyme
I met a dragon
Jack Prelutsky
Why Me?
Barbara Vance
The Old Stone House
Walter De La Mare
Five Eyes
Walter De La Mare
Nod
Walter De La Mare
The Way Through The Woods
Rudyard Kipling
Vitai Lampada
Sir Henry Newbolt
The Eagle
Alfred Lord Tennyson
The Charge of The Light Brigade
Alfred Lord Tennyson
Break, Break, Break
Alfred Lord Tennyson