Windy Weather

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13 Responses to Windy Weather

  1. Charlie Thomas says:

    We found ‘Rain’ by Robert Louis Stephenson. The rain is falling all around, it falls on field and tree. It falls on the umbrellas here, and on the ships at sea. Charlie likes it because it rhymes and had nice pictures on the sheet.

  2. Matthew Russell says:

    I have found a poem about rain by Robert Louis Stevenson.

    Rain
    The rain is raining all around,
    It falls on field and tree,
    It rains on the umbrellas here,
    And on the ships at sea.

    This makes me not want to go outside when it’s raining!

  3. Ben Brooke says:

    I found the poem “In Summer” by Liana Mahoney. I like it because it it is about Summer and Summer is my favourite season!

    Pour on lotion,
    Rub it in.
    Perfect for my summer skin.
    On my bike
    Or in the pool,
    A sip of water keeps me cool.
    Shades are on
    Flip flops too.
    In Summer there’s s much to do!

  4. Elsie Green says:

    Yellow sun, yellow sun,
    Shining down so bright.
    Sunshine, sunshine,
    Giving lots of light.

    The sun is warm,
    It hits my face,
    It makes me smile!
    I don’t want the sun to leave,
    So please stay for a while!

    I like this poem because it makes me feel calm.

  5. Poppy-Mai says:

    It’s raining hearts;
    It’s storming flowers;
    We’re in for scattered
    Stardust showers.

    It’s drizzling chocolate,
    Pouring pies;
    We might be seeing
    Candy skies.

    Of all the weather
    There could be,
    Plain water seems
    A waste to me.

    I like this poem because it says chocolate and candy in the poem. I would like it if it rained chocolate and candy and hearts.

  6. Alexander R. says:

    I found a poem about the rainbow. I like it because I think the rainbows are very beautiful and colorful.

    Rainbow
    A rainbow is formed by the sunlight
    Shining through rain drops so small,
    The rain bends the light from the sunshine
    And colour the sky for us all.
    Red, orange, yellow, green
    Blue, indigo, violet is what we see
    Rainbow colours
    Are made with the light bending you see.

  7. Libby says:

    Under my umbrella

    I like to feel the drops

    Of rain – its happy tapping

    Of pitter-patter plops

    *

    Under my umbrella

    I like to feel a dash

    Of water as it hits the ground

    And rises with a splash

    *

    Under my umbrella

    I like to stay all dry

    And enjoy the rainy weather

    As it falls down from the sky

    I like the way this poem sounds like rain

  8. Phoebe says:

    Phoebe liked, Rain on the rooftops, rain on the trees, rain on the green green grass, but not on me. She liked this poem because it makes her feel cosy and warm.

  9. Finley says:

    I like this poem about the sun because the sunny weather is our favourite! I love the summer because I can play outside with my friends and wear shorts and never be cold. I like the way the words rhyme too.

    Oh mister mister sun sun,
    Mister golden sun,
    Please shine down on me.

    Oh mister sun, sun,
    Mister golden sun,
    Hiding behind a tree.

    These little children,
    Are asking you to please come out,
    So we can play with you.

    Oh mister sun, mister sun, sun,
    Mister golden sun,
    Please shine down on me.

  10. Courtney says:

    Published: January 2009
    Snow is falling to the ground,
    Piling up in enormous mounds.
    School is cancelled for the day.
    Children run outside to play.

    We like this as school is cancelled and I get to play in the rare snow!

  11. William Harris says:

    I see clouds,
    They look so puffy.
    Big and little,
    Light and fluffy.

    Clouds block the sun,
    They bring the shade.
    Look really closely,
    See what pictures are made!

    I really don’t mind a cloudy day,
    But look out!
    Rain could be on the way!

    I like this poem because the sentences rhyme. I like looking at the clouds in the sky when I have been in a plane.

  12. Elliot says:

    Whether the weather be fine,
    Or whether the weather be not,
    Whether the weather be cold,
    Or whether the weather be hot,
    We’ll weather the weather
    Whatever the weather,
    Whether we like it or not!

    I like this poem because it’s a bit like a tongue twister and it is has homophones in!

  13. Matilda says:

    We found a poem about wind that I liked;

    Swishing,
    Howling,
    Like a wolf,
    Scattering leaves
    Whipping,
    Around the house,
    Like a whisk,
    Whistling,
    Through the trees,
    Swirling,
    A blustery,
    Winter wind.

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