Grandparents Are Grand Alliteration Poem uses alliteration to celebrate Grandparents Day in September.Â In honor of the Grandparents Day, GrandMagazine.com has published a list of the top 12 Grandparent Blogs and top 12 Grandparent Websites on the Internet. I am very pleased to announce that NanasCorner.com was chosen as one of the top 12 Grandparent Blogs!
And, I’m also honored to share with you that in 2012 and 2014, Nana’s Corner was chosen as one of the Top Grandparent Websites, Honorable Mention. (Awards are given every other year for blogs and websites. Alternating years honor the best books written by grandparents.)
Since then, my website has been mentioned in books, websites, lesson plans, referrals, and the NY Times. If you are looking for alliteration poems and examples, Nana’s Corner is the place to come!
Grandparents Are Grand Alliteration Poem
I’ve written a short grandparent poem using alliteration, Grandparents Are Grand!, in honor of all the wonderful grandparents I’ve met since I first started blogging on NanasCorner.com. If you are new to alliteration, can you explain what alliteration is after reading Grandparents are Grand, a grandparents alliteration poem?
This grandparent poem uses alliteration and is perfect for young children to present to their Grand Grandparents on Grandparents Day. For school or at home, grandchildren can add their own alliterative lines to make their poem unique…just like their Grand Grandparents!
Grandparents Are Grand Alliteration Poem!
Grandparents are grand!
GrandMa or GrandPa.
Nana, Nona, or Nammy.
PopPop, PaPa, or Poppy.
Happy hugs, holding hearts.
Love, Loved, Loving
Bouncing basketballs into baskets
Kids, crafts, cooking.
Sewing Teddy’s seams
Building boats of blocks
Picking pumpkins, sipping cider
Reciting rhymes, sharing stories
Winding walks in the woods
Grandparents lending life’s lessons.
Many momentous moments.
Grandparents are grand,
And amazingly awesome!
~ by Nana ~
Â© 2010 Barbara R Johnson
NanasCorner.com is searching for more poems about grandparents in honor of Grandparents Day.Â If you would like to submit a poem about your grandparent(s), grandmother, or grandfather, please submit it below. I would love to publish it. (Your poem does not have to be alliterative – any style is fine.)