Tag Archives: Culture and Traditions Poems for Children

My Shadow My Girl: Short Poetry On Daughters

My Shadow, My Girl: Short Poetry On Daughters

My Shadow My Girl – Short Poem: A daughter is a very special creation in the family. Daughters are not only delicate and lovely but also a strong pillar of the family. Their sometimes, sweet, smiley faces and beauty encapsulates the joy of parenthood and becomes the cornerstone of strength in families. The fact that, some cultures have been harsh …

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Teach Your Children: Poetry by Arshia Sheikh

Teach Your Children: Short poetry by Arshia Sheikh

Teach Your Children: Most children act on impulse, not knowing whether or not it’s good for them.  Also, most parents want their children to know how to behave, but are not sure where to begin. There are several ways how you can be teaching etiquette to kids, most importantly, by setting an example on your own and staying consistent. Etiquette …

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The Pumpkin: English Poem about Thanksgiving

English Poem about Thanksgiving: The Pumpkin

The Pumpkin: John Greenleaf Whittier uses grandiose language in “The Pumpkin” to describe, in the end, his nostalgia for Thanksgivings of old and bounteous love for pumpkin pie, the enduring symbol of those holidays. The poem begins with strong imagery of pumpkins growing in a field and ends as an emotional ode to his now elderly mother, enhanced by similes. …

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Thanksgiving: Harvest Festival Poem for Kids

Harvest Festival Poem for Kids: Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is a holiday in the United States and Canada when people give thanks. In the United States, it is on the fourth Thursday of November. In Canada it is on the second Monday of October. In 1863, Abraham Lincoln said the last Thursday of November would be a national Day of Thanksgiving for the United States. American immigrants brought …

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Thankful: Thanksgiving Poem on being a Turkey

Thanksgiving Poem about being a Turkey: Thankful

Thanksgiving Poem on being a Turkey: Thankful – In the United States, the Thanksgiving holiday is a four-day holiday over a weekend, starting on Thanksgiving Thursday and ending on Sunday. Families and friends usually eat a special meal together (usually with a turkey as the main dish). This meal also usually includes mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce, pumpkin pie, several casseroles, …

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Night of Thanksgiving: Children’s Festival Poem

Night of Thanksgiving - Lauren

Night of Thanksgiving: English people often declared a “Thanksgiving” when something good happened. The London Company had a “day of Thanksgiving” at Berkeley Hundred, Virginia in 1619 to celebrate their new colony. In 1620 the Mayflower brought the Pilgrims to Massachusetts. They made their new home in what is now Plymouth, Massachusetts, 380 km northeast of what is now New …

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Thanksgiving Prayer for Family Dinner

Thanksgiving Prayer for Family, Children & Dinner: Thanksgiving Prayer

Thanksgiving Prayer for Family Dinner: A Thanksgiving prayer brings to mind a festive table filled with turkey, cranberries, and other traditional dishes. Families surround the table with mouths watering as young cousins eyeball pumpkin pies with whipped cream. Before the turkey is carved, the family joins hands with heads bowed and offers words of thanks for the meal spread before …

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Little Pilgrim: Thanksgiving Short English Poetry

Thanksgiving Short English Poetry: The Little Pilgrim

Little Pilgrim: Thanksgiving Day is the festival of expressing the gratitude of thankfulness to God and to loved ones for their immense love. So when the holy day of Thanksgiving is round the corner then why not plan to thank the Almighty as well as near and dear ones in a different way, like with Poems for Thanksgiving Day. Not …

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The Pilgrims Came: Thanksgiving English Poetry

The Pilgrims Came: Thanksgiving English Poetry

The Pilgrims Came: Thanksgiving English Poetry – In September 1620, a small ship called the Mayflower left Plymouth, England, carrying 102 passengers—an assortment of religious separatists seeking a new home where they could freely practice their faith and other individuals lured by the promise of prosperity and land ownership in the New World. After a treacherous and uncomfortable crossing that …

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