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Summer Poems for Kids
Summer is here, and it’s time to have some fun outdoors with friends and family. Let’s also keep the learning fun with these fun Summer poems for kids!
Take Me Out to the Ocean
Many kids associate summer fun with taking a family beach trip, swimming in the ocean, or perhaps even visiting a local aquarium. And, if you visit Summer camps for kids, you will also find they love teaching ocean themes during the hot summer months.
Take Me Out to the Ocean is sung to the classic tune, Take Me Out to the Ballgame.
Before teaching this cute Summer poem for kids, get the kiddos talking about what animals live in the ocean. Record their answers, writing the words and drawing pictures, on chart paper. Then, teach them this fun ocean song! Have them follow along, tracking print from left to right, as you sing it together. When done, they can color the pictures, and draw a picture of their own on the back.
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Summer is here, and it’s time to visit parks and stay up till dark!
What to your kids do on summer nights? Do they stay up late? Eat snacks? Camp in the backyard? Play flashlight tag? Make summer crafts on the back patio?
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Oh, the days of Summer break! No school, late night pillow fights, no alarm clocks, playing outside, swimming, a little extra time watching your favorite shows…what else could a kid want?
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