Contains a list of haiku poems.
Shares stories and poems for children of all ages with colorful illustrations.
A collection of original poems with art drawings that match.
Humorous, entertaining and fun poetry for children.
Interactive Director movie that relates a Bach fugue to the meaning of fugue in Milton's "Paradise Lost" and Dante's "Inferno."
Includes funny poems, riddles, jokes, and tongue twisters.
Weblog with a collection of original nursery rhymes.
Explains how to write poems, offers contests for young writers, features interviews with poets, and includes an assortment of poems for kids to read and rate.
An international site from Dutch origin about poetry for everybody, with an English option. Accepts submissions.
Features author information, ideas for students, audio clips, and poetry quotes.
An archive of nursery rhymes and children's songs from all over the world.
Contains many poems written by kids about the Earth.
Young girl from Guatemala shares her poetry and stories with children. Includes activities and worksheets.
A poem a day provided by the Library of Congress, one for each of the 180 days of a typical American high school year.
Features poetry for kids about animals, weather, and aliens.
Features a collection of works gathered from many different sources. Contains indexes of authors, titles and subjects, biographies, illustrations, and FAQs.
Find a collection of short and long funny poems and limericks. Includes videos.
Poetry and art by children from around the world about the natural world. Free annual contest in affiliation with Library of Congress.
Features animations, information about the author, activities for young readers, e-cards, and resources for teachers and parents.
Searchable index of poems and poet biographies. Also includes audio files of works read by the author.
Features poems and book reviews written by kids, interviews with poets and a teacher zone. Includes videos.
A fully moderated site, featuring poetry and short stories; with new writing competitions on a regular basis.
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