Monthly Archives: November 2011

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Winter Alliterative Poem | Alliteration Examples

A winter alliterative poem, Winter's Window, provides the reader with an image of one of nature's masterpieces. Winter Alliterative Poem Have you experienced the vision of looking through winter's window after clouds have cleared and the moon shines down on the freshly fallen snow? If you have, you'll be able to relate to [...]

Christmas Alliteration Poem | Santa’s Sleigh Alliteration Poem

Original Christmas Alliteration Poem by NanaSanta's Sleigh is a Christmas alliteration poem to be read on Christmas night before you tuck in your children or grandchildren. Santa's Sleigh, one of my Christmas alliteration poems, may help settle them down because it reminds the children that Santa won't stop and land his sleigh if he hears [...]

A Funny Thanksgiving Dinner Poem

A Funny Thanksgiving Dinner Poem to Read Before Dinner! Happy Thanksgiving to you and your families! To my surprise, I received a funny Thanksgiving dinner poem from Jane-Ann Heitmueller today in my email. I am passing her funny Thanksgiving dinner poem, Gobble, on to you in hopes that you [...]

4 Thanksgiving Turkey Handprint Crafts

Children can make Thanksgiving turkey handprint crafts as favors and table decorations in preparation for their family holiday or while they wait for their Thanksgiving feast. Thanksgiving will be here in just a short time! The days are getting chilly and darkness arrives too early which means the grandkids are [...]

Handprint Gifts: 2 Thanksgiving Handprint Crafts and 2 Poems

Turkey Thanksgiving Handprint Crafts Turkey Thanksgiving handprint crafts with special poems are fun gifts to make and receive each year, even for each holiday.  Looking at our precious turkey Thanksgiving handprint crafts over time reminds us just how small our children and grandchildren once were...and, sadly, how quickly they grow.  Here [...]

Thanksgiving Poems: The Old Fashioned Thanksgiving

An Old Fashioned Thanksgiving Families grow and some move away causing old fashioned Thanksgiving traditions that were once held dear to wane.  Much missed are relatives both near and far gathering for Thanksgiving dinner. Poppy was telling me over dinner tonight on how he misses the times when he and his four siblings, along with their parents, aunts, uncles, and cousins [...]

32 Fun Thanksgiving Poems for Kids | Thanksgiving Poems

Sharing fun Thanksgiving poems for kids in the classroom and home is a fun way to get young children excited about the coming history and traditions of the Thanksgiving holiday. Younger children may enjoy these Pre-school Thanksgiving Poems. November is here and soon we'll cheer, Happy Thanksgiving Day! And so my friends, [...]

An Autumn Alliteration Poem | 2 Original Alliteration Poems

Writing an Autumn alliteration poem is fun! Just as fall colors make driving more interesting, so does alliteration make reading poems about Autumn come alive! AUTUMN - An Autumn Alliteration Poem I love driving up and down the Garden State Parkway every Autumn. The trees guide me with their beautiful colors to my [...]