The one for lifelong skills to show
The smartness of your child’s glow
The adding, multiplying, and dividing
Fraction days and homework nights
Math sheets and pencils, that’s alright
Sounds of thinking in our minds
Many answers may we find
Writing, guessing, spelling words
Some things we have never heard
Even when our hands hurt
We always find a way to blurt
Christmas is the time of year
When the program comes near
Singing, playing and rhyming
To God’s words with music chiming.
Wyatt Paul Revere rode with barely a coat
To warn others of the British, red coats
He dressed as a Mohawk with the Sons of Liberty
To help with the dumping of tea to declare liberty
from King George III. They wanted voices heard
As Taxation without Representation was for the birds
They call it physical education
But it’s more like get hit and lose concentration
One thing I'll tell you is if you get hit
You should never ever throw a fit
Fun while coloring and drawing about
Making cool designs without a pout
Know I'm finished and I’m done
It's time to start another one
Reading is a time to love
Reading stories about men that shove
Men that shove to win the war
Verses colonies all over and galore
Bible stories here for us
Some of them make a fuss
Learn about God’s holy word
That should entirely be heard
Pencil, paper, sometimes pens,
Loving people, caring friends.
Making things and having fun,
Now our day is almost done!
Hot and cold both have matter,
I know that we have learned the latter.
Tiny particles throughout the air,
Different things to learn everywhere.
Happy children loud and noisy,
Frustrated teacher becoming snappy.
Water boils at 212 degrees,
Not at 213 degrees.
Solid that's heated makes a liquid,
Ms. S (for some reason) spells it liquid.
Hot and cold that's what we learn,
Even though stuff might burn.