We invite you to read a selection of very short poems for children by Marisa Alonso Santamaría. On our site you will find a series of nursery rhymes with 2 stanzas to bring poems closer to children.They are small stories told in 2 stanzas that are perfect for both the youngest children in the house, as well as for those who are beginning to approach poetry .
There are children who believe that poetry is boring, how is it possible? At Guainfantil.com we have prepared a small compilation with short poems that will be very funny and entertaining to your children or students. In addition, we accompany the verses with games and activities that will attract even more the attention of the little ones.
Poetry quickly becomes a very entertaining game for children. Here are some short poems that have only 2 stanzas with which you can play and have fun with your children or students. We accompany these nursery rhymes with different activities with which you can promote a love for the poetic genre among the little ones.
On our site we are very sure that nursery rhyme is a very useful tool for children. It stimulates their creativity and fosters sensitivity, but it also transmits very important lessons to children. This is the case of this short poem, which talks to children about the need to love and accept ourselves.
Just by raising the title of this poem, & 34; The Moon and the Tides & 34;, many children will already begin to ask. What are the tides? What do they have to do with the moon? Is there always a tide in the sea? In addition to being an excellent resource for learning, poetry helps to stimulate children's curiosity.
At school, your child may have been asked to learn a poem or extract from a play. These are common activities in the classroom to exercise and stimulate children's memory. However, out of laziness, the little ones often take this task as the most arduous, when in reality it is not so difficult, you just have to put a bit of enthusiasm into it.
Once again, we turn to nursery rhymes for children to learn about the world around them. On this occasion, we propose the poem & 34; La isla del murmullo & 34; that will teach your children or students what the sounds of animals are called. To make it even more fun, we suggest that after each verse you take a short pause to make the noise of each of the animals (Miau, Pío, Beee.
Children can and should help at home, although many resist it. As they get older, your children can take on different household tasks: picking up their toys, setting the table, cleaning the dust, walking the family pet ... In this way, we will all collaborate at home, we will work on responsibility and autonomy of the children and we will promote teamwork.
All parents want our children to be generous and supportive, to help the people around them without asking for anything in return. However, in order for them to become so, we must make them understand what generosity is and work with this value. To do this, once again, we turn to children's stories and poetry, two very useful tools to educate our children in values.
All children (and adults) have some fear; it's completely normal. In fact, it is a natural emotion that keeps us alert to survive threats. However, overcoming fears and learning from them is something that we must work with the little ones in the house. Therefore, we propose you this short poem entitled & 34; The surfer crab & 34 ;.
On our site we are convinced that children's poems are an excellent resource to educate children in values. The verses can teach them what is generosity, empathy, solidarity or cooperation, among others. That is why we propose you this poetry for children that talks about how animals, even if they are rivals, help each other when they are in danger.
Poetry is the music and dance of words. Through poetry children can convey feelings and emotions, and make & 39; fly & 39; your imagination and fantasy. Antonio Machado said that & 39; singing and counting are the two functions of poetry. & 39; Poetry is a universal language among children, it makes them grow inside and is an inexhaustible source that benefits their sensitivity and creativity, and helps them to understand situations, passions and emotions.
Experts recommend bringing poetry to children from the early stages, why? What benefits does poetry bring in childhood? Rhyming songs, short poems, funny poems, children can get great benefits from all of this. One day I was amazed when my mother could perfectly remember the source and mouth of all the rivers in Spain.
With age it is common for memory to fail ... And it is that memory must be exercised often! That is why on our site we have compiled some short poems that elementary school children can learn and recite by heart. It is a very fun challenge that will also stimulate the creativity of the little ones.
On September 8, Cuba celebrates the day of its patron, La Cachita. On such a special day, you can read with your children this beautiful children's poem dedicated to the Virgen de la Caridad del Cobre. We propose some verses that speak of this virgin and the joy and devotion that Cubans feel when being with her .
Rhyming poetry is very helpful in conveying messages to young children. In this case you can use it if your son has nightmares or fears at night that prevent him from sleeping. The protagonist of this story is a boy named Andy. He cannot sleep because at night, he sees a giant dog watching him in the closet.
Poetry is a fantastic tool to educate children on values. From the time they are small, we must teach them to be respectful to all the people around them. This children's poem speaks, specifically, about respect for the elderly, a very important value that they must internalize as soon as possible.
Bring your children closer to poetry! The verses will stimulate the imagination and creativity of your little ones but, in addition, it will teach them new vocabulary and invite them to work on their memory a bit. With poetry children can delve into emotions and feelings ... and they will have a great time!
Educating children in values is a responsibility that we acquire at the same time that we become parents. One of the values we have to talk to children about is solidarity. The little ones must learn why we should help others and why we should have empathy with them.
If you want to encourage a love of poetry in your children, try this selection of short poems for children. They refer to different themes: dreams, nature, values ... but surely all of them excite your children for their meaning and rhyme. In addition, with each of them we propose a fun activity that will make your children want to read and recite poetry more often.