Really funny, original and free poems for kids!
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Reading Juice is a collection of funny poetry and short stories for children featuring illustrations by the author. Some are short, some are long, some are pretty whacky, but most of all they’re fun.
History for kids is full of short funny rhyming poems for young children, based on stories from days gone by – the California gold rush, the Boston tea party, King Canute, ancient Rome, and Elmer the flying monk, among others. It is the most fun educational site for kids on the web!
Funny Kids Poems for Julia is an original children’s poetry site written by a father for the love and entertainment of his 3 crazy kids. The poems are written for 3 young children and are appropriate for children of all ages.
Back in 1995, Barbara reviewed this website for children. It was a very favorable review and much has changed since then. The author, CJ Heck, has completely redesigned her old website. It is now 3D Flash Design and CJ reads some of her poetry for children and even sings one of her poetry songs. There are silly poems for children to finish, preschool through high school poems which are read by the author, lots of tongue twisters, quotations, essays, and school visit/contact information to invite CJ to your school, even an online store. She now has three books available and will soon have the books on CD as well. Please check it out. You won’t be disappointed!
Bugnmymug is a great poetry website for children, parents and educators. It is a poetry playhouse where children can read rhyming and silly poetry. There is audio included on the site with various character voices for children to read along to or simply listen to and be greatly amused.
Bugnmymug was created by a parent and and an educator to encourage children to read and inspire them to write. The vision of the website is for parents and educators to use the material at no cost to educate children in a creative way.
Poetry is a another avenue for kids to begin the thinking and writing process. Included on the website are two resources for parents and educators to generate ideas for reading and writing their own poetry.
Be Encouraged, Be inspired and Write On!
My kids and I agree that Darren Sardelli’s site, Laugh A Lot Poetry, contains some of the funniest poetry on the internet. If you’re looking for a good laugh, check out his site!