Back to school activities for Kids
By Brandy Greer
A few fun ways for young children to get back to school groove fun activities they want to have to learn again. Here are a few poems and ideas you can use your young kids revved up for school again!
Poems About Names.
What boys names are nice! There is a Carol like rolling machine, and Martin flying like a bird, And Adam like the Lord’s first word, and a harvest moon Raymond and Peter like a piper sounded, and Alan as streams of water. And like John is John. -Eleanor Farjeon
What beautiful names for girls are! There is an evening star Stella and Sylvia as the rustling trees, and Lola, as on the melody, and Flora as a flower for tomorrow, and Sheila as a field of corn and Melusina as crying for water. And there is Joan as Joan. -Eleanor Farjeon
ABC, you are Amazing Amanda and Brandon the Brave Dan curious Caroline bold energy Emily freckled Freddie Happy Henry graceful Gloria bad IDA flight Jayden Child Kayden Little Lucy wonderful Mason napping Noah organized Olivia Proud Peter Royal Quiet quince Rosie soapy Suzy Tumbling Taren Insurance Law Ursula victorious Vince Walter typical Xavier Yolanda gaping Zicppity Zack
Reading poems, which help
Ten Little Kids School (or substitute Busy bees) One little, two little, three of four Little Kids School, five little, six little Seven Little Kids School, eight little, nine Little Ten Little Kids School Back to school children.
Periodic Poetry helps children with memorization and make them laugh.
Wheels on the Bus that the wheels on the bus go round and round in circles round the wheels on the bus go round and round all over town. (Roll giving each other).
Children on the bus go, “Yes, Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes, children on the bus go,” Yes, Yes, Yes “All through the town.
Teacher on the bus says, «Shh, shh, shh, Shh, shh, shh, shh, shh, shh« Teacher on the bus says, «Shh, shh, shh« All through the town.
Says the bus driver to move back move back move back “the driver said the bus was moving back,” All through the town.