Funny Christmas Poems for Kids

Funny Christmas Poems for Kids

Today I post another Christmas poem or winter poem for Children called Christmas Ice. I wrote some funny Christmas poems for children and Xmas poems for kids. Merry Christmas and white Christmas is what I am looking for when i go back to Sweden for my Christmas holidays next week. We will have a “real” Christmas tree this time I hate plastic trees but what can you do – it is summer here. It is very difficult to get a real “Christmas feeling” if you are from Scandinavia, I can tell. 🙂

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Christmas Ice by MILOU


It’s freezing cold outside my home
And only snowflakes wildly roam
That icy ice
Looks really nice
Oh God! I’m stuck! Ma mouf filthd wif foam!

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Christmas Poems for Kids

Christmas Poems for Kids

Today I will post some Christmas poems for kids. The first one is an acrostic Christmas poem or it is more a winter poem. But I am on my way back to Sweden for “real” Christmas and winter time;  so perhaps I am a bit inspired of the coming winter season and Christmas holidays in Europe.  🙂

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Warm inside only
Icy weather outsidesanta animation for kids
Nose running
Terrible coldwalking santa animation
Ears red
Rampaging in the snow

How to write Acrostic Poems?

Acrostic poems are very easy to write. Just pick a name or word like WINTER and write a word or phrase for each letter – and you have your first acrostic poem.

Here is another example by one of our great poets and master Lewis Carroll.

A Boat Beneath a Sunny Sky

Lewis Carroll (from Through the Looking Glass, 1871) is an acrostic poem of the real Alice’s name: Alice Pleasance Lidell inspired the children’s classic Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll

A boat, beneath a sunny sky
Lingering onward dreamily
In an evening of July –

Children three that nestle near,
Eager eye and willing ear,
Pleased a simple tale to hear –

Long has paled that sunny sky:
Echoes fade and memories die:
Autumn frosts have slain July.

Still she haunts me, phantomwise,
Alice moving under skies
Never seen by waking eyes.

Children yet, the tale to hear,
Eager eye and willing ear,
Lovingly shall nestle near.

In a Wonderland they lie,
Dreaming as the days go by,
Dreaming as the summers die:

Ever drifting down the stream –
Lingering in the golden gleam –
Life, what is it but a dream?

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Here is some examples for kids how to write acrostic poems : How to Write Acrostic Poems. Other examples acrostic poems by kids. Acrostic poems for kids examples

Halloween Skeleton Poems

[Day 31]

Halloween Skeleton Poems
Hi, today is the last Halloween countdown day and I think it was quite fun to write so many Halloween poems, Halloween rhymes, Halloween poetry, riddles and limericks. Everything from funny skeleton poems, scary spooky witch poems to monster, vampire, werewolves and mysterious beasts, Halloween in school, Halloween night and much more. Check out [Day 1] to [Day 31] each day I posted something about Halloween. Ok, I wish you all a very Happy Halloween, and I hope you have a lot of fun this day,Milou

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Skeleton Xylophone

Ding, dang, dong!pumpkin Halloween
Crackle a little song!
Use your bones

As xylophones
One went crack, what’s wrong?

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Halloween Rhymes for Kids

[Day 27]

Labels: Halloween rhymes, scary rhymes for children, children rhymes about Halloween, Halloween rhymes for kids, funny Halloween poetry, scary Halloween rhymes, rhymes and poems for children, children rhymes, kids rhymes

Today just another Halloween rhyme for kids with audio recording. 🙂 To find more Halloween poems and poetry click on the categories on the right Halloween poems and Halloween. Click on Podcast to find all audio recordings on my blog. All poetry, rhymes and poems are written by me. See you tomorrow, Milou

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Hurt Were-Dog

Something furry was seen in the hallhalloween ghost
It painted blood on the wall
It howled in despairscarecrow3
We all got a scare
When we saw our dog totter and fall

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Halloween poem for children

[Day 25]

NEW! udpated with audio
Collection of  funny spooky Halloween poems and rhymes for children. All poems on this blog are written by me, Milou. I am a 11 years old student writing poetry 4 kids. I hope you enjoy my Halloween poems and poetry for children and my poetry podcasts and audio for kids. If you have a blog or a website and like poetry4kids,  please link to my blog. 🙂 Thanks, Milou
Today’s Halloween poem for children is another limerick and I will post more Halloween poems the next days.  Have fun 🙂

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The Nearly Ghost

I see a glowing lightfacemon2
The room is growing bright

A pure white thing
Flies without wing

It’s my brother’s lovely new kitewindowghost
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Funny Halloween Riddles for Kids

[Day 20]

Another of my Halloween riddles for kids. I will update my blog every evening until Halloween with Halloween riddles, Halloween limericks, scary spooky Halloween stories and tales. Halloween poems and poetry for kids. You can read and listen to my poetry. I hope you have fun, Milou

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Halloween Riddle by Milou

I wear a pointy hat
My pet’s a scary black cathalloween-spider
I’m terribly fondspider-up-amd-down
Of waving my wand
And my flying broom’s called Gnat

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