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Does anyone know any poems about chickens ?(Not chick, chick, chick, chick, chicken please)

My reception teachers are desperate xD:o:(

I know you'll come up trumps!

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Oh blow and Chick Chick Chick Chick Chicken was the first that came to mind :o

 

So here goes:

 

 

Chicken

 

Known for its feather and wings and legs,

The chicken lays eggs and eggs and eggs!

Known for the comb atop its crown,

The chicken lays eggs of white and brown.

Known for its strut when taking a walk,

The chicken lays eggs! Ba-a-awk! Ba-a-awk!

 

Meish Goldish

 

The Chickens

 

Said the first little chicken,

With a strange little squirm,

"I wish I could find

A fat little worm."

 

Said the next little chicken,

With an odd little shrug:

"I wish I could find

A fat little bug."

 

Said a third little chicken,

With a small sigh of grief,

"I wish I could find

A green little leaf!"

 

Said the fourth little chicken,

With a faint little moan,

"I wish I could find

A wee gravel stone."

 

"Now, see here!" said the mother,

From the green garden patch,

"If you want any breakfast,

Just come here and scratch!"

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FIVE LITTLE CHICKENS

 

Five little chickens by the old barn door,

(Hold up five finger fingers)

One saw a beetle, and then there were four.

(Bend down one finger)

Four little chickens under a tree;

One saw a cricket, and then there were three.

(Bend down another finger)

Three little chickens looked for something new:

One saw a grasshopper; then there were two.

(Bend down another finger)

Two little chickens said, "Oh, what fun!"

One saw a ladybird; then there was one.

(Bend down another finger) One little chicken began to run,

For he saw a caterpillar , then there were none!

(Bend down last finger)

 

TEN FLUFFY CHICKENS

 

Five eggs and five eggs,

(Hold up two hands)

That makes ten;

Sitting on top is the Mother Hen.

(Fold one hand over the other)

Crackle, crackle, crackle;

(Clap three times)

What do I see?

Ten fluffy chickens

(Hold up 10 fingers)

As yellow as can be.

 

Pollito, Chicken

 

(Spanish-English)

 

Pollito, chicken; Gallina, hen.

Lapiz, pencil, y Pluma, pen.

Ventana, window; Puerta, door.

Maestra, teacher, y Piso, floor.

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Higgledy Piggledy, my black hen

She lays eggs for gentlemen

Sometimes nine and sometimes ten

Higgledy Piggledy, my black hen.

 

Is it for Easter? If so.....

 

Five brown eggs in a nest of hay

One yellow chick popped out to play

Four brown eggs in a nest of hay

Another chick cheep-cheeped Good day.

Three brown eggs in a nest of hay

Crack went another one, Hip hooray.

Two brown eggs in a nest of hay

One more chick pecked his shell away.

One brown egg in a nest of hay

The last yellow chick popped out to say

Happy Easter!

 

Both from This Little Puffin!

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