December 4, 2008 -- From Evelyn, a teacher, from Florida, USA, who is affiliated with the site.
Come read the poem of the Teapot Dragon with it’s crinkly tail and pincer claws. It sticks out it’s tongue and keeps the tea piping hot.
The Teapot Dragon is a poem that takes a child from reality to imagination. Start with The Teapot Dragon poem and explore imagery through words. Pour the tea into the Dragon’s Teapot and write some dragon poetry.
May 28, 2008 -- From PoetPatriot, a reader, from Auburn, WA, who is affiliated with the site.
Roger’s Rhymes – original Rhymes of Patriotism, Founding fathers, Faith, Games, Safety, and more. Also: TimeLines of Liberty, Patriotic Poetry, Veteran Poetry, and more.
May 23, 2008 -- From Tom and Tess, a parent, from USA, who is affiliated with the site.
A website created by a 6th grade language arts teacher and mother of four. The site talks of the humorous poetry book she and her husband created. Illustrated by the teacher. The site has a chance for kids to create a poem and also has lesson plans for teachers utilizing poems in the book -The Endless String-poems for children and the people who read to them.
February 3, 2008 -- From Milou, age 9, from Buenos Aires, Argentina, who is affiliated with the site.
Poetry for kids is a weblog by Milou. Funny poetry for children about school, animals, valentines, universe and more…
November 17, 2007 -- From Jeff, a reader, from Ohio, USA, who is affiliated with the site.
A Poetry Based family friendly website with a lot of poetry and literary based features like poetry contests, blogging, writer forums, games, resource links, and much more.
October 22, 2007 -- From Zenmaster, a reader, from Shanghai, China, who is affiliated with the site.
Here is a fun collection of music reviews in haiku format, with a chance to sumit your own!
March 2, 2007 -- From Josie, a reader, from Yorkshire, England, who is affiliated with the site.
The website was born one year ago. With 14,500 visitors and growing from 50 to more than 200 new rhyming poems, with voice recordings and illustrations, it is popular with teachers, parents and children across the world. It is a developing website with all original poems, the work of Yorkshire writer, Josie Whitehead and freely available. Lots of fun story poems and all written with perfect rhyme and rhythm, which children love.
October 11, 2006 -- From Kyle Olechnowicz, from London, who is affiliated with the site.
Many great poetry forums for kids.
June 26, 2006 -- From Blair, a parent, from Scotland, who is not affiliated with the site.
A nice site which has the usual collection of the “classic poets”. However, this page also contains poetry for children or by young authors from many poets I hadn’t heard of. Some real funny classics – “when daddy fell into the pond” and “The ant exporer”.
May 5, 2006 -- From Brad Burg, a reader from Morristown, NJ, who is affiliated with the site
Hi! I built this site around my book of graphic poetry for children, ‘Outside the Lines: Poetry At Play’ (Penguin). The site explains to kids a bit about what graphic poetry is – and why that may be a better name than concrete poetry. It also has motion poems (a step beyond graphic), puzzle poems, and some songs.