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  1. First Grade Poem Book

  2. Hickory Dickory Dock Two- ”Yahoo!” Three- ”Whoopee!” Four- “Do more!” Five- “Let’s Jive!” Six- “Fiddlesticks!” Seven- “Oh, heavens!” Eight- “Life’s great!” Nine- “So fine!” Ten- “We’re near the end.” Eleven- “We’re sizzlin’. “ Twelve- “I’m proud of myself.” Hickory dickory dock. The mouse ran up the clock. The clock struck one, The mouse ran down. Hickory dickory dock.

  3. Rat-a-Tat CatTo There Were Three Jolly Fisherman -at There was a cat named Rat-a-Tat, Who sat upon a hat, hat, hat. Rat-a, Rat-a, Tat-Tat-Tat, Sat upon a hat, hat, hat, And now that hat is flat, flat, flat.

  4. Ten Crunchy Carrots Ten crunchy carrots, all yours and mine My gerbils ate one and now there’ just nine. Nine crunchy carrots, let’s bake them in a cake Sasquatch ate one and now there’s just eight. Eight crunchy carrots, delicious to munch Your hamster ate one and now there’s seven in a bunch. 10 9 8

  5. 7 Seven crunchy carrots, let’s make some sticks My sister ate one and now there’s just six. Six crunchy carrots, sweet as honey from the hive The bees ate one and now there’s just five. Five crunchy carrots, a scratch at the door The imp wants one and now there’s just four. Four crunchy carrots, a treat for you and me But the worms got one and now there’s just three. 6 5 4

  6. 3 Three crunchy carrots, what can we do? Your brother took one and now there’s just two Two crunchy carrots, a knock at the door Dracula wants one and now there’s just one more. One crunchy carrot broken in two Give a piece for me and a piece for you. Crunch!! Mm, mm, mm, mm! Crunchy!! Delicious!! 2 1

  7. I Like I like candy. I like cake. I like the cookies that I bake. I like pizza. I like popcorn, too. I like spaghetti. Do you like it, too?

  8. I Am a Pizza Oh! I am a Pizza With extra cheese From tomatoes Saucy squeeze Onions and mushrooms Oregano I am a pizza, ready to go. 1. 2. O, je suis un pizza Avec du fromage Beaucoup de sauce Des tomates Des oignons, des champignons Epices melanges Je suis une pizza, prete a manger.

  9. 4. Oh! I am a pizza Peppers on top Out of the oven Into the box Into the car and Upside down I am a pizza, Dropped on the ground. 3. Oh! I am a pizza, Pepperoni No anchovies Or phony bologna I am a pizza Order by phone I am a pizza, please take me home. 5. Oh…I was a pizza I was the best I was a pizza, Now I’m a mess!

  10. Friendsby Jill Eggleston Friends share. Friends care. We need friends everywhere!

  11. Octopusby Charlotte Diamond Slippery fish, slippery fish sliding through the water, Slippery fish, slippery fish, gulp…gulp…gulp Oh No! It’s been eaten by an… Octopus, octopus, squiggling in the water, Octopus, octopus, gulp…gulp…gulp Oh No! It’s been eaten by a…

  12. Tuna fish, tuna fish flashing through the water, Tuna fish, tuna fish, gulp…gulp…gulp Oh No! It’s been eaten by a… Great white shark, great white shark, lurking in the water Great white shark, great white shark, gulp…gulp…gulp Oh No! It’s been eaten by a… Humongous whale, humongous whale, spouting in the water Humongous whale, humongous whale GULP, GULP, GULP! Burp! Pardon Me!

  13. All About Spiders Are all spiders arachnids? Do all spiders have 8 legs? Do they all have 2 body parts? Do they all hatch from eggs? Yes, all spiders are arachnids. Yes, all spiders have 8 legs. Yes, they all have 2 body parts. Yes, theyallhatch from eggs.

  14. My Aunt Came Back Oh, my aunt came back From Guadeloupe. And she brought with her A hula-hoop. Oh, my aunt came back From the New York Fair And she brought with her A rocking chair. Oh, my aunt came back From the Detroit Zoo And she brought with her A MONKEY LIKE YOU!!! Oh, my aunt came back From Timbuktu. And she brought with her A wooden shoe. Oh, my aunt came back From old Japan. And she brought with her A waving fan. Oh, my aunt came back From old Algiers. And she brought with her Some pinking shears.

  15. Tailsby Rowena Bennett The kangaroo has a heavy tail She sits on for a chair. There’s scarcely any tail at all Upon the polar bear. But the monkey has the nicest tail Of any living thing, For he can hook it to a branch And use it as a swing.

  16. Little Green Frog “Ribbit, ribbit!” went the little green frog. “Ribbit, ribbit!” went the little green frog. “Ribbit, ribbit!” went the little green frog. Then he hopped and went over a log.

  17. Snug as a Bug -ug Sleepy and snug as a bug in a rug. Give me a kiss and I’ll give you a hug. Pull up the blanket, give it a tug, Listen to the night train singing, Chug-chugga-chug!

  18. Mistakes Mistakes are good They help us grow They show us what we want to know So if you made a mistake don’t cry You’ll get better when you try

  19. Piggy Bank One penny-is just a penny. Five pennies make a nickel. Ten pennies make a dime. Twenty-five pennies make a quarter. Fifty pennies make a half dollar. One hundred pennies make a dollar. One dollar is what I’m saving –in my piggy bank!

  20. Martin Luther King Change what is wrong, But please do not fight. Think of new ways To change wrong to right. Treat people kindly. Do what is fair Work for all people. Show that you care. These are the ways, If we work as a team, To remember the man Who said, “I have a dream!”

  21. Sail Away May(To My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean) -ay One day May went down to the seashore. One day May went down to the bay. She hopped in her little gray sailboat. And then she went sailing away. Away! Away! The say May went sailing away. Away! Away! Perhaps she’ll come back some fine day.

  22. Keep A Poem In Your PocketBy Beatrice Schenk de Regniers Keep a poem in your pocket And a picture in your head And you’ll never feel lonely At night when you’re in bed. The little poem will sing to you The little picture bring to you A dozen dreams to dance with you At night when you’re in bed. SO- Keep a picture in your pocket And a poem in your head And you’ll never feel lonely At night when you’re in bed.

  23. Beginning Blends

  24. So Long As There’s Weatherby Tamara Kitt Whether it’s cold or whether it’s hot, I’d rather have weather, whether or not it’s just what I’d choose. Summer or Spring, Winter or Fall- Any weather is better than no weather at all. I never feel whiney when weather is rainy, And when it’s sunshiny, I don’t feel complainy. I really like weather. So- Rain? Let it splash! Thunder? CRRRASH! Hail? Clitter-Clatter! What does it matter- so long as there’s weather!

  25. Swinging By Kay Winters Ride wind. Touch sky. Swing low. Swing high. Swing low. Swing high. Pump fast. Soar fly.