Poetry for Children. Humorous School Life Poems

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This poetry for children about school life tells them about the important place where kids get education, develop their inner world and socialize with friends. We hope these poems will make them laugh at some comic situations occurring at school, but at the same time inspire to enjoy school life which is eventful, tense and very interesting.

Humorous School Life Poems


Poetry for Children. Humorous School Life Poems

While growing up I was learning new subjects in school,
some were really boring but others seemed to be cool.
History was boring, all they talked was about the past,
geography was fine, I understood that the world was vast.
I started learning a little and then little turned into a lot.
Soon I started learning maths, chem, bio and what not.
I had fun during sports day and painting was my favorite,
even liked music, art and everything that required to create it.
Though I grumbled a few times, I always liked school.
its a place which creates wise men out of fools.
~Simon Sirrah

At history I'm hopeless


At history I'm hopeless.
At spelling I stink.
In music I'm useless.
From science I shrink.
At art I'm atrocious.
In sports I'm a klutz.
At reading I'm rotten.
And math makes me nuts.
At language I'm lousy.
Computers? I'm cursed.
In drama I'm dreadful.
My writing's the worst.
There's only one subject
I'm sure I would pass,
but they don't teach
video games in my class.
--Kenn Nesbitt

My dog ate my homework


My dog ate my homework.
That mischievous pup
got hold of my homework
and gobbled it up.

My dog ate my homework.
It's gonna be late.
I guess that the teacher
will just have to wait.

My dog ate my homework.
He swallowed it whole.
I shouldn't have mixed it
with food in his bowl.
--Kenn Nesbitt

I'm Late For School


I got up late for school today,
And nearly missed the bus!
I hurried down the stairs,
Wolfed my toast, and caused a fuss!

I quickly threw books in my bag,
My pens, my lunch and shorts.
Grabbed my coat from out the cupboard,
Took my bat and ball for sports.

I slid across the kitchen floor,
And hopped around the cat!
Then expertly rolled over,
Jumped back up and grabbed my hat!

I belted out of our front door,
Spun round and swung it shut.
Saw the bus was waiting for me,
I felt I had time to strut!

I climbed aboard and then froze still,
And knew that things weren't right!
My friends fell down in fits of fun,
And pointed with delight!

My face went red, I couldn't breathe,
For in my haste I knew!
I'd forgotten to wear trousers,
Jumper, shirt, my socks and shoes!

My mother does my homework


My mother does my homework.
She thinks it's loads of fun.
She says that she's just «helping» me
but, soon enough, it's done.

We sit down at the dinner table
every single night.
She answers all the questions
and she always gets them right.

And now and then, she'll tell me
I should go and take my bath.
When I get back, I find she's done
my science and my math.

You'd think that I'd be overjoyed
to never have to work.
But every time she «helps me out»
I nearly go berserk.

I ask if I can do it, but
she shrugs off my requests.
So all my grades are crummy
since she doesn't take my tests.
--Kenn Nesbitt

Welcome Back to School


«Dear students, the summer has ended.
The school year at last has begun.
But this year is totally different.
I promise we'll only have fun.

»We won't study any mathematics,
and recess will last all day long.
Instead of the pledge of allegiance,
we'll belt out a rock-and-roll song.

«We'll only play games in the classroom.
You're welcome to bring in your toys.
It's okay to run in the hallways.
It's great if you make lots of noise.

»For homework, you'll play your Nintendo.
You'll have to watch lots of T.V.
For field trips we'll go to the movies
and get lots of candy for free.

«The lunchroom will only serve chocolate
and triple fudge sundaes supreme.»
Yes, that's what I heard from my teacher
before I woke up from my dream.
--Kenn Nesbitt

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