Children’s poem prompt

Children poetry's prompt

Children poetry's promptLast week’s prompt was kind of difficult. Let’s shake it off and try something totally different this week. Let’s go with a children’s poem this week!

Some of the elements of a children’s poem:

rhyming,

symplicity,

a possible message

Some poets for inspiratation–the beloved Dr. Seuss, Silverstein, and others. You probably have a children’s poet that you enjoyed from your childhood. Or read to your kids, grandkids, etc.

If you missed it, we had a conversation on Friday about children’s poetry here.

Make sure share it in the comments so we can all bask in your words.

Check out what each is doing and share! Let’s build this community. All links will be added to this year’s digest.

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