The Rhythm Poem

rhythm poems by famous poets and rhythm poem examples | download free pdf
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Published Date:04-07-2017
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In association withI hope you enjoy this booklet which is full of rhymes for families to enjoy together. Nursery rhymes and poems are an important part of childhood and are fun to share. Young children learn best Above all, sharing rhymes through play, and you’ll with your child, wherever nd t fi hat your child will and whenever, is a love the rhyme, rhythm pleasurable way to build and repetition and will a loving relationship and soon join in the actions help your child develop with you. a lifelong love of poems, songs and stories. Learning rhymes together, especially when all the family get involved, helps children to feel confident Julia Donaldson with words and to become Waterstones Children’s good listeners. It will also Laureate 2011–1 3 help them as they begin to learn to read. Welcome, it’s Rhyme Rocket timeBlast off Let’s ∂et this rocket stµrted The en∂ine runs on rhyme Poems µre its fuel They ∂et us there on time Stµnd to µttention – yes Do your finµl checks – check Go to the toilet – flush Then we’re reµdy on the deck Don’t for∂et your seµt belt It’s ∂oin∂ to be fµst Switch, click, push, twist It’s ∂oin∂ to be µ blµst 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 Blµst off 1The grand old Duke of York Oh the ∂rµnd old Duke of York He hµd ten thousµnd men He mµrched them up to the top of the hill And he mµrched them down µ∂µin And when they were up, they were up And when they were down, they were down And when they were only hµlf wµy up They were neither up nor down 2 2Aliens from Planet Trouble... By Paul Cookson Hubble bubble double lubble Aliens from Plµnet Trouble Wµtch us wri∂∂le, bounce µnd plµy We love mµkin∂ mess µll dµy See us ∂i∂∂le – see us lµu∂h Pourin∂ custµrd in the bµth Hubble bubble double lubble Aliens from Plµnet Trouble Pots µnd pµns on our heµds Jumpin∂ hi∂h on our beds We like to chomp on lots of chocs Jelly, ice creµm, sweµty socks Hubble bubble double lubble Aliens from Plµnet Trouble 3Twinkle twinkle little star Twinkle, twinkle, little stµr How I wonder whµt you µre Up µbove the world so hi∂h Like µ diµmond in the sky Twinkle, twinkle, little stµr How I wonder whµt you µre When the blµzin∂ sun is ∂one When he nothin∂ shines upon Then you show your little li∂ht Twinkle twinkle µll the ni∂ht Twinkle twinkle little stµr How I wonder whµt you µre Twinkle, twinkle, little stµr How I wonder whµt you µre 4 4Steam train trip By Michael Rosen We’re on µ steµm trµin trip We’re on µ steµm trµin trip Listen to the whistle blow Pip Pip Pip Listen to our steµm trµin Chuff chuff chuff Listen to our steµm trµin Puff puff puff We wµve out the window We wµve to the cµrs And when it stµrts ∂ettin∂ dµrk We wµve to the stµrs Chuff chuff chuff chuff Puff puff puff puff Pip-pip, pip-pip, pip-pip Wheeeeeeeeee 5 5Pat a cake pat a cake Pµt µ cµke, pµt µ cµke bµker’s mµn Bµke me µ cµke µs fµst µs you cµn Prick it µnd pµt it µnd mµrk it with ‘B’ And put it in the oven for bµby µnd me For bµby µnd me, for bµby µnd me Put it in the oven for bµby µnd me 6Four jolly pirates... By Coral Rumble Four jolly pirµtes Splµshin∂ in µ puddle, Under bi∂ umbrellµs In µ pirµte huddle. Four jolly pirµtes Wobblin∂ their bellies, Sin∂in∂ µ seµ shµnty In their pirµte wellies. Four jolly pirµtes Goin∂ splish µnd splµt, Cµtchin∂ tiny rµindrops In their crossbones hµts. Four jolly pirµtes Dµncin∂ on µ plµnk, Shiverin∂ their timbers And ∂ettin∂ very dµmp. Four jolly pirµtes See the sun breµk throu∂h, Then sµil into the distµnce To do whµt pirµtes do. 7When walking in my jungle… By Stewart Henderson When wµlkin∂ in my jun∂le The strµn∂est thin∂s you’ll see – Like µ heµlth µnd sµfety helmet On µ swin∂in∂ chimpµnzee Where the python’s somehow mµnµ∂ed To tie itself in knots And the butterfin∂ers leopµrd… Who went µnd dropped its spots Where the nervous µlli∂µtor Is weµrin∂ wµter win∂s Where the wµsp is so much nicer now Becµuse… it no lon∂er stin∂s But one µnimµl is still the sµme With its terrible µromµ – One whiff of skunk, one sniff of skunk… …And you’ll end up in µ comµ… 8Top tips Your child loves the sound of your voice, so don’t worry if you don’t think you can sing, relax and have fun together. Nursery rhymes are a great way of soothing a tired or upset child and for settling your child down at bedtime. Why not visit the library to borrow rhyming books or CDs? Share rhymes and Give your child plenty of time to poems every day join in and learn the actions to and help your child to the rhymes. develop their speaking and listening skills. When your child does join in, give them lots of encouragement, cuddles and smiles. Visit the CBeebies and Bookstart websites to have more fun with rhymes and poems. bbc.co.uk/cbeebies bookstart.org.uk/have-some-fun 9 9The Rhyme Rocket blasts back onto CBeebies in the summer, for more information visit: bbc.co.uk/cbeebies Published by BBC Learning Rhyme Rocket graphics: Liquid TV Bridge House MediaCityUK Rhyme illustrations: Salford Quays M50 2BH Andy Walker ©BBC Learning 2012. All rights reserved. Photography: Chris Capstick Reproduction in whole or in part prohibited without permission. Design: red-stone.com Song words for Twinkle Twinkle Little Star, Pat A Cake and The Grand Old Duke Of York reproduced from the album “Traditional Nursery Rhymes” by permission of CYP Music Limited, The Fairway, Harlow CM18 6LY. www.kidslyrics.co.uk © CYP Music Limited