Our Beautiful Earth
In Harmony with Nature
Poetry for kids about
Beauty of Nature
Beauty is like a miracle,
You find it all over the place,
In every little flower
And on every smiling face.
In every drop of rain,
Beauty can be found.
In every snowflake, or blade of grass
Growing in the ground.
It's in the tree that stands outside,
And the bushes that grow over there,
It's in every den and every nest.
Beauty is everywhere!
It's in a smile, or a friendly ‘hello',
In the sunrise and sunset too,
It's in all of us, from our heads to our toes,
And in all the good things that we do.
Questions and tasks to the poetry about nature:
- What do you think is the most beautiful thing in the natural world?
- Have you ever had a conversation with nature: trees, clouds or flowers?
- Draw a pattern made from raindrops or snowdrops.
Game: ‘The world of nature'
Show the children pictures of trees, animals and other members of the natural world such as birds, insects, rivers, the sea and the sun. The children must discuss what benefits the inhabitants of the natural world bring to humans. The child who says the most interesting thing gets to keep their picture.
Home task: ‘Helping the trees'
Tell the children the saying: ‘Those who don't look after trees won't get to see the forest.' Ask them to choose a tree and observe it every day, saying hello to it, chatting to it and helping it when necessary – for example, if the tree is small they may tie a stick to it for support. Get the children to talk about their trees at the end of the week.
Poetry for kids about nature
As the sun sets over the earth,
The light slowly fades away,
She gathers up her bright yellow paints,
And disappears till the next day.
The sunbeams stop playing games,
And start to make their way home,
They've had such a lot of fun,
But now it's time to go.
As the sun slowly moves away,
She leaves a trail behind.
It's the glow of the horizon,
Burning in front of our eyes.
Burgundy , scarlet, maroon,
What a beautiful, magical sight.
But soon the colours fade,
Wiped away by the dark of the night.
Questions and tasks to the poetry for kids about SUNSET:
- Watch the sun setting. Talk about the colours which the sunset paints the earth.
- Why does the sunset sometimes make people feel sad?
- Say goodnight to the sun before you fall asleep, and thank her for looking after you.
- Ask the children to depict the dawn and the sunset in time to music. The children can pretend to be rays of sun when they are arriving on earth or leaving it.
Poetry for childcren about nature
Why do you burn, little star,
In the dark, black night?
I burn so the world below,
Receives a little light.
But star, aren't you afraid
That one night you'll burn away?
My friend, there's no need to worry,
This star is here to stay!
Questions and tasks to the poetry about STAR:
- Do you know anyone who shines like a star?
- What do stars and people have in common?
- Imagine you're a star and describe yourself.
- Draw yourself as a little star with beams of light.
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