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Saturday, March 20, 2010

Children's Poetry Day

Saturday, March 20, 2010

The first we are learning twinkle, twinkle little star was written by Jane Taylor (1806)
Hi friends do you want to remember the Rhymes handed down through generations for your own children? Begin with our collection of classic English and American nursery rhymes, and then go on to choose one of our recommended books of poems for kids. I have all kinds of poems. do you have poems collections.


Today 21st March World Children's Poetry Day. Do you know that.
Believed to have its origin in the 1930s, World Poetry Day is now celebrated in hundreds of countries around the world. This day provides a perfect opportunity to examine poets and their craft in the classroom. In 1999, UNESCO (the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization) also designated March 21 as World Poetry Day.
If you’re looking for fresh ways to approach poetry with young people, you might consider multi-media methods for experiencing the visual and aural qualities of poetry. Using popular Internet sites, CDs, and a variety of software, you can lead kids in exploring the imagery, emotion, and language of poetry in ways that are creative, playful and multi-sensory.


This Rhymes starts with small to large. This is one of the small poet for you.

So let us celebrate our interesting Children's Poetry Day. okay. I wish you all my kids friends happy Children's Poetry Day. 

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