403 ERROR The request could not be satisfied. DLTK’s Crafts for Kids features a variety of printable children’s crafts, coloring pages, worksheets and activities including projects for holidays, educational themes and some of our children’s favorite cartoon characters. Leanne, mom to two kids school sites, and my very supportive husband as my technical support.
We also have a couple of other sister sites and daughter sites! DLTK-Poems has poetry for older children and adults. English and Making Learning Fun has English learning activities. Down with School – Funny Poems About School When I first started writing funny poetry for young readers, I decided that kids spent so much time at school that the last thing they would want to read were poems about the place.
School Daze A poem about a pupil daydreaming in one of those really long, really boring classes which seem as though they’ll never end. Before I’m driven round the bend. No, No, No Firstly, an apology, because if you’re somebody who counts the number of lines in each and every poem, this is a really long poem at 28 lines. It is, however, written in the form of a short poem with very short lines and lots of rhymes. Anyway, it’s a poem about the rules and regulations dictating what you can and can’t do in a library.
Desperate Measures A boy playing in the school orchestra has a desperate need to go to the toilet, but what can he do to get the attention of the teacher in charge? Then he’s sure to notice me. A Family Divided A poem about the first day in a new school, or perhaps the first day in a new class, when the teacher in a completely cringe-worthy manner, and in front of the whole class, asks the pupils about themselves and their families. So, who else lives with you?
Cruel and Unusual I was at school long enough ago that pupils who had been really naughty were caned and those who had been quite naughty were put in detention. Being in detention meant doing extra school work or the dreaded ‘lines’ when all your fellow pupils were enjoying themselves, or after they had gone home. The same six words one hundred times. Too Clever By Half Never, ever argue with your teacher, unless of course you’re cleverer than them. This is a poem about how to avoid punishment for missed homework and annoy your teacher at the same time. Follow its example with extreme caution!
You wouldn’t punish me, would you? As I didn’t do my homework again. I have to warn you that whilst this poem is quite horrible, the introduction to it is really, really disgusting. At the age of seven, I was sent to boarding school. The was nothing particularly wrong with the food at boarding school, but there was no choice of menu and you were forced to eat everything. A bit old for school poems?
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