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14 Poem And Rhymes For Kindergarten

Hello kids how are you and how was your day I hope it was fine. Today  I am sharing with you  “14 Poem And Rhymes For Kindergarten ” These poems are best in all over the world hope you all can read it and improve your reading skill AND if you are unable to read so don’t worry as soon as possible I will upload it in the video in my own voice so enjoy yourself

 

One two three four five

One two three four five

Once I caught a fish alive

Six seven eight nine ten,

Then I let it go again

Why did you let it go

Because it bit my finger so

Which finger did he bite

This little finger on the right

Baby Baby Yes mamma 

Ha Ha Ha

Baby baby

Yes mamma

Eating sugar

No mamma

Telling lies

No mamma

Open your mouth

Hahaha

 

HUMPTY DUMPTY

Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall

Humpty Dumpty had a great fall

All the king’s horses

And all the king’s men

Couldn’t put Humpty together again

 

HUSH-A- BYE BABY

Hush a bye baby on the treetop

When the wind blows, the cradle will fall

When the bough breaks the cradle will fall

Down will come baby cradle and all

 

HICKORY DICKORY DOCK

 

Hickory Dickory dock

The mouse ran up the clock

The clock struck one

The mouse ran down!

Hickory, Dickory, dock

 

HEY DIDDLE DIDDLE

Hey diddle diddle

The cat and the fiddle

The cow jumped over the moon

The little dog laughed to  see such fun

And the dish ran away with spoon

RING AROUND THE ROSES

 

Ring around the roses

A pocket full of posies

A tishoo a tishoo

We all fall down!

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JACK AND JILL

Jack and jill went up the  hill `

To fetch a pail of water

Jack fell down and broke his crown

And Jill came tumbling after

Then up Jack got and home did trot

As fast as he could caper

They put him to bed and plaster his head

With vinegar and brown paper

PAT A CAKE, PAT A CAKE

Pat a cake, pat a cake, baker man

Bake me a cake as fast as you can

Roll it and prick it and mark it with b

And put it in the oven for baby and men

 

Round and round the garden

 

Round and round the garden

Like a teddy bear

One step, two-step,

Tickle you under there!

 

Doctor foster

Doctor Foster went to Gloucester

In a shower of rain

He stepped in a puddle

And never went there again

 

PUSSYCAT PUSSY CAT

Pussycat pussy cat where have you been

I’ve been to London to visit the queen

Pussy cat pussy cat what did you do there

I frightened a little mouse under a chair

 

Cold And Raw The North Wind Doth Blow

 

Cold and raw the north wind doth blow

Bleak in the morning early

All the hills are covered with snow

And winters now come fairly

Jack, Be Nimble

Jack, be nimble

Jack, be quick

Jack, jump over

The candlestick

When I born I Black Poem by an African Child

 

Marry Had A little Lamb

 

Marry had a little lamb

Little lamb

Little lamb

Marry had a little lamb`

Its fleece was white as snow

Everywhere that mary went

Marry went

Marry went

Everywhere that marry went,

The lamb was sure to go

It followed her to school one day

School one day

School one day

If followed her to school one day

Which was against the rules

It made the children laugh and play

Laugh and play,

It made the children laugh and play,

To see a lamb at school.

 

THERE WAS A LITTLE TURTLE

 

There was a little turtle

Who lived in a box

He swam in the puddles

And climbed on the rock.

He snapped at the mosquito,

He snapped at the flea.

He snapped at the minnow,

And he snapped at me.

He caught the mosquito,

He caught the flea.

He caught the minnow,

But he didn’t catch me

 

ONE FOR SORROW

One for sorrow,

Two for joy,

Three for a girl,

Four for a boy,

Five for silver,

Six for gold,

Seven for a secret

Never to be told.

GOOD NIGHT SLEEP TIGHT

 

Good night, sleep tight,

Wake up bright

In the morning light

To what’s right

With all your might.

Best collection of Golden Words

 

Follow  the  moon

  • I followed  the  moon
  • Or did it follow me
  • I turned a corner
  • It was still there you see

 

  • I tried to trick it
  • In the shadows I hid
  • But the moon keep on watching
  • That’s what I did

 

  • A cloud passed before it
  • Now was my chance
  • But the stsrs in the sky
  • Never could lie

 

  • I walked on through the night
  • The moon followed me home
  • Or did I followthe moon
  • I don’t quite know

 

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