Skip to main content

Poetry For Kids @ The Fun Site :}

Kids' poetry improves reading and writing skills @ My Stories And Poems. Kids read stories, write poems, take lessons, and get critiques by published children's author, R. Renée Bembry.

Children's Poems
Bedbug Poem
Peanut Butter Jelly
Nutcracker Poem
Poem A Day Sprint
Limerick Poem for Kids
Articles & Stories
Good Grade Awards
PreSchooler Reading Tips
Poetry Writing Tips
Rhyming Tricks
Adjectives With Poetry
Poetry Definitions
Poetry Idea Suggestion
Free Poetry Critiques
Junie B. Jones Books
Program Information
School Workshops
Teacher Information
School Contests
Poetry Lesson 1
Theme Story Poems
Poetry Page Protection
Designer Page Info
Designer Poems 1
Membership Info
Usual Questions
Upside Down Cake
Homemade Popcorn
About the Hostess
Girl Birthday Card
Home - Site Info
Site Map
Shipping & Retuns
Privacy Statement
Contact Us
Member Login

Give a Kid a Poetry Lesson 

 Poetry Booklet SetupAdd Poems to Your Kids Booklet Poetry Workshops

Scoop on Membership Info

Get our Poetry Critiqued

Gift Certificates Explore Using Site Map 


About the Website Hostess

Educators' Corner

Come in please...



Classroom Aids

Articles by

R. Renee Bembry


Use Poetry to Improve Word Pronunciation


Mathematics - Carrying & Borrowing



I, Silly Mommy {AKA R. Renée Bembry} am a published author who's spent a number of years perfecting my ability to write children's stories and poems. Now I relish in sharing that knowledge with others.

I am the webmaster of this website {} and a second site I created these sites to encourage children to appreciate poetry because I believe it is important to keep the arts alive! 

I write all the stories and poems, and draw most of the pictures found on these sites that are directly related to the sites with
the exception of poems displayed on the 'Kids' Page' at the FunnyPoemsForKids site,  poems found on the 'Kids' Critique Page' on this site, and some of the art work that is drawn by my talented daughter.

The first poetry verse I recall writing I wrote because in my, then, twelve-year-old opinion, an author had eliminated important information from a cat poem my English class was deciphering. As far I as I was concerned, the poem had a much better ending after I allowed cat owners throughout the world to boast about the joyousness their cats instilled in them.

While in fifth grade, I became one of a few students at my school to engage in a program teaching younger students to read.

I taught four of my children to read, write, and compute numbers before they went to kindergarten. Through my assistance, all of these children excelled and entered the Gifted and Talented Education program (GATE) when they became grade level eligible. The first has earned her Veterinarian credentials.

In addition to teaching special children, and my own, I’ve instructed classes within and outside the realm of High School and College student status. My published works can be found at educational website,, as well as in Marshall Cavendish textbooks, workbooks, and audio recordings. My children's ebooks are available at

For the purposes of MyStoriesAndPoem workshops, my efforts will be concentrated on reinforcing Academic Content Standards for Language Arts while teaching poems that rhyme. I happen to be partial to rhyming poetry and believe they are more fun, challenging, and rewarding for kids than free verse. Children are more likely to improve their vocabulary while composing rhyming poems as the seek rhyming words to strengthen their verses.

Most of my online poetry is currently located at my first website, Poems children have sent in, eager to have their work displayed, can be found on the "Kids Page" at that site. A Kid's page will be added to this site in the future.

Kids, Enter here to read your first Theme-Story and write your first Theme-Story Poem about a Grasshopper! First lessons are completely free...

Marble Collection

Framed Puzzle


 Antique Marble Collecting

Antique marble collecting may

be one of the most fascinating types

of hobbies there is.

The colorful 5/16 to 2 ½ inch light

catching glass or stone spheres

are awe inspiring.

They’re great for game-play—

gently if you must —and for


When buying antique marbles,

whether as a one time deal, or to

begin a collection, the first thing

you might want to do is...



Sweat - A Baseball Poem

by R. Renée Bembry

My Sonny Boy

My Sonny Boy

He likes to play the sports


He gets so hot when he plays

He drinks water by the quarts

His tiny pores

Get gigantic

As sweat pours

From his hands and neck

His back

His feet

His head

His face

Make sweat drip

All over the place

After his games

I take him