To spring. Children's poems about the seasons of the year

To spring. Children's poems about the seasons of the year

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Spring is a season of the year that has inspired poets for many years. So much so that most famous poets have written a poetry in the spring.

The head poet of our site has also done it: Marisa Alonso SantamarĂ­a, who has written this children's poem about spring for all our little readers. A perfect poem both to recite at home with children and to use as a school resource in the classroom.

Cuckoo cuckoo cuckoo

Flying you go butterfly,

Do you hear the cuckoo sing?

the leaves sway

the flower grows on the rose bush.

Spring has arrived

Do you hear the blackbird sing?

Tell me beautiful butterfly

Do you listen to the recital?

Cuckoo cuckoo cuckoo

In my garden white lilacs,

growing the vine,

jasmine and daisies,

welcome spring.

With the sun the lizards,

the birds at the eaves,

the butterflies in flight

in the branches the goldfinches.

Find out if your child has understood the text with these simple reading comprehension questions:

- What season of the year is the poem dedicated to?

- What changes occur in this season?

- What flowers does the children's poem tell us about?

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