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30 Fun Spring Poems for Kids to Cherish The Season [Updated]

Spring is a season of wonder, and what better way to celebrate it than with spring poems for kids? Easy to understand and filled with joy, these poems offer a window into the season’s beauty. They allow kids to explore and appreciate the world around them, from the chirping birds to the playful clouds.

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There’s something for every child, whether it’s easy spring poems for kids, thoughtful poems about spring, or even funny spring poems for kids that bring laughter. This blog is your guide to the best spring poems for kids, perfect for fostering a love of nature and poetry.

10 Best Short Poems About Spring 

Parents Reciting short poems with kid

The best short spring poems for kids are quick to read through and easy to understand. The composition is simpler, especially when exploring rhyming spring poems for kids. This makes the barriers to reading poetry much smaller, allowing any child to explore the poetic medium.

1. Spring is Here —Anonymous

Spring is here poem

Spring is here.

Spring is here.

Hear the birds.

Hear the birds.

They are busy finding.

They are busy finding.

Big fat worms.

Big fat worms.

2. Winter is Dead —Anonymous

She wore her yellow sun-bonnet,

She wore her greenest gown;

She turned to the south wind

And curtsied up and down.

She turned to the sunlight

And shook her yellow head,

And whispered to her neighbor:

Winter is dead.

3. Warming March —Anonymous

Wondrously February withdraws to

warm March with a golden glow

from Spring’s shining sun sent

down to lead the way

for April’s soothing showers

soon to bring fragrant flowers

and dance on May’s blossoming bounty.

4. Spring, Almost —Anonymous

Almost Spring poem

The sunshine gleams so bright and warm,

The sky is blue and clear.

I run outdoors without a coat,

And spring is almost here.

Then before I know it,

Small clouds have blown together,

Till the sun just can’t get through them,

And again, it’s mitten weather.

5. It’s Springtime —Anonymous

A small green frog

On a big brown log;

A black and yellow bee

In a little green tree;

A red and yellow snake

By a blue-green lake,

All sat and listened

To red bird sing,

“Wake up, everybody,

It’s spring! It’s spring!”

6. Our Spring Garden —Anonymous

“What a lovely time of year,

Time of year, time of year,

What a lovely time of year,

In our springtime garden.

See the flowers swing and sway,

Swing and sway, swing and sway,

See the flowers swing and sway,

In our springtime garden.”

7. ButterCups and Daisies by Mary Howitt

Buttercups and daisies poem

“Buttercups and daisies,

Oh, the pretty flowers,

Coming here the springtime,

To tell of sunny hours.

While the trees are leafless,

While the fields are bare,

Buttercups and daisies,

Spring up here and there.”

~Mary Howitt

8. I Love Flowers—Anonymous

I love flowers.

I love the budding trees.

I love the chirping birds.

I love the buzzing bees.

I love the Springtime,

When the sun is warm and bright.

9. The spring song

Frogs croak

Rains soak

Chicks peep

Crickets leap

Bees hum

Robins come

Birds sing

It’s spring!

10. The Wind is Pushing—Anonymous

The wind is pushing

Against the trees,

He’ll take off your hat

Without asking you “please,”

He rattles the windows

And puffs at a cloud,

Then scoots down the chimney

And laughs aloud. 

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10 Best Short Spring Time Poems About Spring Flowers

Children Playing in Tulip Field

Blooming flower beds are one of the main visual aspects of the season that immediately strike our minds when we think of spring. There are so many beautifully written acrostic poems for kids spring themed, that reveal themselves as being made for flowers. You can also start with the best silly spring poems for kids for younger children. 

1. April—Anonymous

April is here poem

“April is a rainbow month,

Of sudden springtime showers.

Bright with golden daffodils

And lots of pretty flowers.”

2. The Parade of Flowers—Anonymous

“I like the parade of flowers,

That marches by the year.

The parade begins in spring,

And ends when winter is near.

The pretty flowers pass waving,

Crocus, tulips and rose.

And I keep waving back,

Until the last flower goes.”

3. The Violet by Jane Taylor

Poem violet

Down in a green and shady bed

A modest violet grew;

Its stalk was bent, it hung its head,

As if to hide from view.

And yet it was a lovely flower,

No colors bright and fair;

It might have graced a rosy bower,

Instead of hiding there.

4. Five Little Flowers—Anonymous

Five little flowers poem

Five little flowers growing in a row.

The first one said, “I’m purple, you know.”

The second one said: “I’m pink as pink can be.”

The third one said, “I’m blue like the sea.”

The fourth one said, “I’m a very red fellow.”

The fifth one said, “My color is yellow.”

Then out came the sun, big and bright.

And five little flowers smiled in delight.

5. The Daffodil Poem—Anonymous

One little daffodil had nothing much to do,

Out popped another one, then there were two.

Two little daffodils were smiling at a bee,

Out popped another one, then there were three.

Three little daffodils were growing by the door,

Out popped another one, then there were four.

Four little daffodils were glad to be alive,

Out popped another one, then there were five.

Five little daffodils were wearing golden crowns,

They danced in the breeze in green satin gowns.

6. The Growing Flowers in Spring

Dig a small hole, dig a small hole.

Put the seed in, put the seed in.

Cover, cover! Cover, cover!

Pour on water, pour on water.

It is growing, it is growing.

See a seedling, see a seedling.

Growing, growing! Growing, growing!

Sun and water, sun and water.

Flowers blooming, flowers blooming.

Fruits are growing, fruits are rowing.

New seeds! New seeds!

Starts again and starts again.

7. Early Spring – William Wordsworth

Early Spring Poem

Through primrose tufts, in that green bower,

The periwinkle trailed its wreaths;

And ’tis my faith that every flower

Enjoys the air it breathes. 

The birds around me hopped and played,

Their thoughts I cannot measure

But the least motion which they made

It seemed a thrill of pleasure

8. Dear Grif —Louisa May Alcott

Dear Grif poem

Dear Grif,

Here is a whiff

Of beautiful spring flowers;

The big red rose

Is for your nose,

As toward the sky, it towers.

Oh, do not frown

Upon this crown

Of green pinks and blue geranium

But think of me

When this you see,

And put it on your cranium.”

9. A Little Seed—Anonymous

A little seed poem

A little seed for me to sow.

A little seed to make it grow.

A little hole, a little pat,

A little wish, and that’s that.

A little sun, a little shower.

A little while,

And then, a flower!

10. Ten Flowers—Anonymous

10 little flowers poem

One little, two little,

three little flowers.

Four little, five little,

six little flowers.

Seven little, eight little,

nine little flowers.

Ten little flowers blooming in the sun!

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10 Inspirational Short Spring Poems About the Earth

Kid with globe balloon understanding spring poems

Some of the best spring poems revolve around the earth. Kids get a real sense of appreciation for our planet and all the natural life that exists within it. You can help your children think about our planet from a new perspective with some of these spring poems.

1. Let’s Conserve this Spring—Anonymous

Our Earth

It’s three planets from the sun

Our Earth

It takes care of everyone

Our Earth

There’s so much that we can do

Our Earth

It’s up to me and up to you

Our Earth

Let’s recycle and reuse

Our Earth

Lets conserve and reduce

Our Earth

Let’s keep trying every way

Our Earth

Make it Earth Day every day!

2. Sing Along to Earth Song—Anonymous

Are You Sleeping?

Reduce, reuse, recycle

Reduce, reuse, recycle

Take care of the Earth

Take care of the Earth

Turn off all the lights

Throw away the trash

Recycle and reuse

Recycle and reuse

3. It’s An Earth Song, it’s a Spring Song

It’s an earth song,

And I’ve been waiting long for an earth song.

It’s a spring song,

And I’ve been waiting long for a spring song.

Strong as the shoots of a new plant

Strong as the bursting of new buds

Strong as the coming of the first child from its mother’s womb.

It’s an earth song,

A body song,

A spring song,

I have been waiting long for this spring song.

4. Spring —William Shakespeare

Spring Poem

When daisies pied, and violets blue,

And lady-smocks all silver-white,

And cuckoo-buds of yellow hue.

Do paint the meadows with delight,

The cuckoo then, on every tree,

Mocks married men, for thus sings he:


Cuckoo, cuckoo!’ O word of fear,

Unpleasing to a married ear.

When shepherds pipe on oaten straws,

And merry larks are plowmen’s clocks,

When turtles tread, and rooks, and daws,

And maidens bleach their summer smocks,

The cuckoo then, on every tree,

Mocks married men, for thus sings he:


Cuckoo, cuckoo!’ O word of fear,

Unpleasing to a married ear.

5. The Power of Recycling—Anonymous

We recycle what we use,

separate things,

and you should, too!

Glass and paper, plastic and tin,

all go in your recycling bin.

We must start now.

We can’t wait.

Quick, or it will be too late!

6. Mud—Anonymous

Mud is very nice to feel

All squishy-squash between the toes!

I’d rather wade in wiggly mud

Than smell a yellow rose.

Nobody else but the rosebush knows

How nice mud feels

Between the toes.

  • Polly Chase Boyden

7. Celebrate the Earth—Anonymous

Celebrate the earth poem

Celebrate the earth with me,

The oceans, meadows, mountains, trees.

I’ll celebrate the earth with you,

The flowers, people, creatures, too.

Let’s celebrate the earth together,

New green grass, exciting weather.

Celebrate the earth with me.

Let’s share delight in all we see.

8. The Winds of March—Anonymous

The wind is pushing

Against the trees,

He’ll take off your hat

Without asking you “please,”

He rattles the windows

And puffs at a cloud,

Then scoots down the chimney

And laughs aloud.

9. This Old Earth—Anonymous

This old Earth poem

This old Earth

needs our help,

to stay fresh and clean and green.

With a pick it up, pitch it in,

and throw it in the can –

This old Earth will be clean again.

10. Boat Sails on the Rivers by Christina Georgina Rossetti

Boats sail on the rivers poem

Boats sail on the rivers,

And ships sail on the seas;

But clouds that sail across the sky

Are prettier far than these.

There are bridges on the rivers,

As pretty as you please;

But the bow that bridges heaven,

And overtops the trees,

And builds a road from earth to sky,

Is prettier far than these.

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Introducing poetry at an early age offers significant benefits to kids, which is why all parents should focus on the best children’s poems about spring. The season is a perfect muse for the creative individual, as new sights, sounds, emotions, and expressions bloom.

You can encourage your kids to write poetry about what they feel as well, giving them a creative outlet to express gratitude and humility. Whether it’s spring poems for kindergarten or spring poems for first grade, you can get kids to connect with their inner emotions through the right literature.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What themes should my child focus on when writing poetry about spring?

Your kids should focus on renewal, energy, and rejuvenation, when focusing on poetry about the spring season.

How do I encourage my child to read poetry?

You can create a natural inclination towards reading poetry by having your kids read through topics they’re passionate about.

Why is spring a beautiful season for writing poetry?

Spring indicates new life and a celebration of all things natural. That’s why poets love writing about the season.

How do I encourage my kid to write poetry?

You can give them rhyming words, phrases, and inspirational subjects to write poetry about.

Brian Lee
Brian Lee is a writer and parent of 3 spirited children. He loves writing about his parenting experience, the lessons his kids teach him every day and parenting hacks and tricks he’s picked up along the way.