Poems for Children

A wise old owl a Nursery Rhime poem for children Banbury Cross a Nursery Rhyme poem for children
A wise old owl lived in an oak
The more he saw the less he spoke
The less he spoke the more he heard.
Why can't we all be like that wise old bird?
Ride a cock horse to Banbury Cross
To see a fine lady upon a white horse
With rings on her fingers and bells on her toes
She shall have music wherever she goes
An apple a day a Nursery Rhyme poem for children Christmas is coming a Nursery Rhyme poem for children
An apple a day keeps the doctor away
Apple in the morning - Doctor's 
warning
Roast apple at night - starves the 
doctor outright
Eat an apple going to bed - knock the 
doctor on the head
Three each day, seven days a week - 
ruddy apple, ruddy cheek
Christmas is coming,
the geese are getting fat
Please to put a penny in the 
old man's hat;
If you haven't got a penny,
a ha'penny will do,
If you haven't got a ha'penny
then God bless you!  
Cry Baby Bunting a Nursery Rhyme poem for children Doctor Foster a Nursery Rhyme poem for children
Cry Baby Bunting
Daddy's gone a-hunting
Gone to fetch a rabbit skin
To wrap the Baby Bunting in
Cry Baby Bunting
Doctor Foster went to Gloucester
In a shower of rain. 
He stepped in a puddle 
right up to his middle
And never went there again!
Georgie Porgie a Nursery Rhyme poem for children Ding dong bell a Nursery Rhyme poem for children
Georgie Porgie pudding and pie,
Kissed the girls and made them cry
When the boys came out to play,
Georgie Porgie ran away.
Ding dong bell, pussy's in the well
Who put her in? Little Johnny Flynn
Who pulled her out?Little Tommy Stout
What a naughty boy was that, try to 
drown poor Pussycat,
Who ne'er did any harm 
But killed all the mice 
in the Farmer's barn! 
Horsey horsey a Nursery Rhyme poem for children Hot cross buns a Nursery Rhyme poem for children
Horsey horsey don't you stop
Just let your feet go clippetty clop
The tail goes swish and the wheels go round
Giddy up, we're homeward bound.
Hot cross buns! Hot cross buns!
One a penny two a penny - Hot cross buns
If you have no daughters, give them to your sons
One a penny two a penny - Hot cross buns