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Nature XXVIIAutumn Poetry

I love Robert Frost's work, but have included a few different poets -- some easier, some harder.  "Leaves" by Elsie Brady and the Pumpkin poems are likely the easiest ones for younger children.

Aesop's Fables:

The Plane Tree


Nursery Rhymes:

Ladybug, Ladybug

Peter, Peter Pumpkin Eater



A Child's Calendar - November  by John Updike

After Apple Picking  by Robert Frost

An Autumn Greeting

Fall Acrostic Poem   by Leanne Guenther

Four Seasons   by Cecil Frances Alexander

Gathering Leaves  by Robert Frost

Leaves  by Elsie Brady

Migration of the Grey Squirrels  by William Howitt

Nature XXVII, Autumn  by Emily Dickinson

Nothing Gold Can Stay  by Robert Frost

November Morning  Evaleen Stein

Ode to Autumn  by John Keats

Pumpkin Poem 1

Pumpkin Poem 2

Wherefore Wings  Evaleen Stein



Autumn-Time is Coming (sung to the tune of Frere Jacques)

Have You Ever Seen a Pumpkin (sung to the tune of Have you ever seen a Lassie)

I'm a Little Pumpkin (sung to the tune of I'm a Little Teapot)

I'm a Little Scarecrow (sung to the tune of I'm a Little Teapot)

If You Should Meet an Elephant  (crafts, coloring and words)

Mr. Pumpkin (sung to the tune of Where is Thumbkin)


More Halloween type pumpkin poems:

Five Little Pumpkins
(nursery rhyme - entire Activities including a mini book)

(nursery rhyme)

Pumpkin Time
(nursery rhyme - can sing to the tune of Mary Had a Little Lamb, but I prefer it as a poem)