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Funny kids poems guaranteed to make you giggle by author Kenn Nesbitt! From the most popular children's poetry website on the net.

Poetry for Kids Kenn Nesbitt

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Funny kids poems guaranteed to make you giggle by author Kenn Nesbitt! From the most popular children's poetry website on the net.

    Valentine’s Day Card

    Valentine’s Day Card

    When I was in elementary school, everyone would give Valentine’s Day cards to everyone else in the class. In second grade, there was a girl in my class that I really liked, and my father convinced me that I should give her an extra special card. The card was big. It was pink and purple,... Read more »

    • 2 min
    Lunchbox Love Note

    Lunchbox Love Note

    When my kids were in school, my wife and I packed them each a lunch every day. My wife would sometimes put notes in their lunchboxes, often saying, “I love you.” I always wondered whether they found it embarrassing to have love notes from their mother in their lunches. I never did find out. Instead,... Read more »

    • 1 min
    Our Dog’s Name is Roomba

    Our Dog’s Name is Roomba

    I have a dog; a little black pug named Jesse. But I often joke that his name should be Hoover, because he’s so great at cleaning up dropped food that it’s like having a little vacuum cleaner. When people ask about him, I tell them he is a “purebred chow-hound” because he seems to always... Read more »

    • 1 min
    I Got a New Laptop for Christmas – Podcast Episode

    I Got a New Laptop for Christmas – Podcast Episode

    I have a couple of cats, and they both love to sit on my lap. Whenever I’m watching TV or playing a video game, one of my cats will jump up on my lap and go to sleep. Sometimes, they both sit on my lap at the same time! Over the past few months, I... Read more »

    • 1 min
    Sleeping Santa – Podcast Episode

    Sleeping Santa – Podcast Episode

    This Christmas poem is all about an “idiom.” In case you don’t know, an idiom is an expression whose meaning is not predictable from the words used. For example, to “kick the bucket” means to die, and to “let the cat out of the bag” means to reveal a secret. If you were just learning... Read more »

    • 2 min
    My iPhone Did My Homework – Podcast Episode

    My iPhone Did My Homework – Podcast Episode

    If you’ve ever talked to an assistant on a mobile device, like Siri, Alexa, or Google Assistant, you probably know that it doesn’t always understand what you are saying as well as you would like. And, often, when you type on a phone or tablet, the autocorrect feature can make some pretty bizarre mistakes. I... Read more »

    • 2 min

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