Friday, April 26, 2013

Bubbles: Poem 26 of 30

National Poetry Month:  26 of 30

I've been working on poems all week with my first graders.  When I saw Mary Lee's WikiMedia picture today, I knew I had to join with a poem for my students.  


Reflection by Brocken Alinglory
WikiMedia Commons
Bubbles
Bubble, Bubble,
blow, blow.

Bubble, bubble,
grow, grow.

Bubble, bubble,
soar, soar.

Bubble, bubble,
more, more.

Bubble, bubble,
fly, fly,

Bubble, bubble,
high, high,

Bubble, bubble,
drop, drop,

Bubble, bubble,
Pop!

    Pop!


6 comments:

  1. Just perfect. I think they might like to memorize this one Cathy. It needs to be said aloud!

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  2. A perfect poem to share with kids! I bet your poem will inspire lots of first grade bubble poems too!

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  3. You did so much with just a few words! And so PERFECTLY!!

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  4. So fun! Preschool kids would have a blast with this!

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  5. Can't wait to see what you're reading for the 48HBC! Hope you have a nice TBR pile!

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