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A Recitation Contest
Recitation Contest Nothing is better than the memorizing and reciting of poems to help students understand structure and emotional force. And the poems they memorize will be with them all their lives (MARGARET ATWOOD)
The Tiger and the Zebra The Tiger and the Zebra 1.The tiger phoned the zebra and invited him to dine. He said "If you could join me that would simply be divine." 2.The zebra said "I thank you, but respectfully decline. I heard you ate the antelope; he was a friend of mine." 3.On hearing this the tiger cried "I must admit it's true! I also ate the buffalo, the llama and the gnu.
The English They dress in what they like, They are interested in sport, They take part in all activities If they think they ought. They all succeed in doing Their job in five short days, Which leaves them two longest ones To spend in different ways. Then some indulge in gardening, Or walking in the rain, And some delight in cricket, Or riding in the plain. In spite of what's around him, The average Englishman Does crosswords in the newspaper In pencil - if he can. Involved in any accident The English take a pride In being unemotional
DOLLY AND MOLLY AT THE CIRCUS «Grandfather, grandfather»,said Dolly and Molly. « The circus is here !Oh, isn’t jolly? And Grandfather said: « Run along ,little girls, Put on your red dresses, And brush up your curls»
Mother's smile When I close my eyes for a while I cn see your beautiful smile. It is different from any other It's so special for me, dear mother! It can warm every time I am cold It is shining and precious like gold When you laugh, dear mum, you look funny And your smile makes you pretty and sunny! I would like you to smile, dear mummy If the weather is rainy or sunny When you smile troubles can disappear Smiling makes me feel happy, my dear
“Father is going to read a book” Father is going to read a book, So he won’t play with me. Mother is busy with her cookbook, So she won’t play with me. Dear me! Dear me! No one is going to play with me. Granny is going to read a book, So she won’t play with me. David is busy with his text-book, So he won’t play with me. Dear me! Dear me! No one is going to play with me
Fred comes from school Fred comes from school one winter day As clever as can be, And wants to show to all around How smart a boy is he And so at dinner he begins: “Papa, you think you see There are two chickens on that dish, But now I’ll prove that there are three: First, this is one and that is two, As plain as plain can be. I add the one into the two, And two and one make three!” “Just so,” answers his Papa, “If what you say is three , I will take one, Mamma takes one, The third we’ll leave for you.”
Sleepy Kate 1.Mother Dear Kate! Don’t be late! Wake up! It’s seven o’clock sharp! Kate Oh, Mummy, dear! I can hardly hear what you say. 2.Please let me stay in my bed I am a sleepy head. Mother Sleepy Kate! You are late! Get up! It’s eight o’clock sharp! Kate 3.Oh, Mummy, please, leave me in peace. My eyers are shut. I can’t get up. Mother Lasy Kate! I can’t wait! Please get up! It’s nine o’clock sharp! Kate 4.It’s Monday today. Such a difficult day! I’m so stressed and bit depressed. And I need some rest to be at my best. Mother Shameless Kate! Listen what I say! 5.It’s nearly nine and quarter I’ll bring a bucket of water and pour it out of pail As all my words and actions fail
Today is Mother's Day Today is Mother's Day. Let's help Mama. I'll make breakfast. You make lunch. I'll do the dishes. You do the shopping. Let's help Mama. It's Mother's Day. Today is Mother's Day. Let's help Mama. I'll sweep the bedrooms. You make the beds. I'll clean the kitchen. You do the laundry. Let's help Mama. It's Mother's Day.
Bed in Summer Robert Louis Stevenson In winter I get up at night And dress by yellow candle-light. In summer quite the other way, I have to go to bed by day. I have to go to bed and see The birds still hopping on the tree, Or hear the grown-up people's feet Still going past me in the street. And does it not seem hard to you, When all the sky is clear and blue, And I should like so much to play, To have to go to bed by day?
If all the seas were one sea If all the seas were one sea, What a great sea that would be! If all the trees were one tree, What a great tree that would be! And if all the axes were one axe, What a great axe that would be! And if all the men were one man, What a great man that would be! And if the great man took the great axe, And cut down the great tree And let it fall into the great sea, What a splish-splash that would be!
Three Little Mice Three Little Mice Three little mice walked into town, Their coats were grey, their eyes were brown, Three little mice went down the street With woolly slippers on their feet. Three little mice sat down to dine On bread and butter and milk and wine. Three little mice ate on and on, Till every bit of bread was gone. Three little mice, when the feast was done, Went home quickly one by one. Three little mice went straight to bed And dreamt of milk and bread.
Pussy cat One day pussycat sees a little mouse. She says, «Come, little Mouse, come and stay with me, I’ll give you bread and cheese for tea.» But the mouse is very clever. She says, «No, little Cat, I can’t come and stay. My dear mother does not let me play.» And the mouse runs away
My mother Who said “Goodnight”, When I was a child? My mother. Who dressed my dolls in clothes so gay And showed me often how to play? My mother. Who ran to help me when I fell And who could funny stories tell? My mother. Who sits at my head when I am in bed? My mother. Who is so nice, who is so kind, Another so dear you’ll never find? My mother.
My dear Mummy My dear, dear Mummy, I love you very much. I want you to be happy On the Eight of March! My dear, dear Mummy, Let me kiss your face, I want you to be happy Today and always!
Shoes .My father has a pair of shoes So beautiful to see! I want to wear my father's shoes, They are too big for me. 2.My baby's brother has a pair, As cunning as can be! My feet won't go into that pair, They are too small for me. 3.There is only one thing I can do Till I get small or grown. If I want to have to wear my own
THE FRIENDLY TREE I wanted a tree For shade and rest, I wanted a tree Where a bird could nest. So I planted a green Friendly tree For myself, and a bird for you and me
A DIFFERENT LANGUAGE I met a little girl Who came from another land. I couldn't speak her language, But I took her by the hand. We danced together, Had such fun, Dancing is a language You can speak with anyone.
The toys’ playtime When we go to bed at the end of the day, Our toys wake up and start to play. They wait until we’re fast asleep, Then THEY come alive and out they creep The ball goes bouncing. The doll does a dance. The little ponies preen and prance. The toy car roars across the room. The rocket starts to take off: ZOOM! But when the sunlight warms our faces, The toys sit quietly in their places. They do not move. They make no noise. You don’t fool us, you naughty toys!
What is red? What is red? Asks little Fred. His brother says, The rose is red. What is white? My kite is white. Do you see my little kite? What is grey? Now, can you say? Yes, I can. The mouse is grey. What is black? My cat is black. It goes out and comes back.
MY PLAN When I am a little older I want to buy a boat And up and down the river Together we shall float I ‘ll have a little cabin It will be white and red With curtains on the window And curtains for the bed I’ll have a little cook stove On which to fry my fishes And all the blue river In which to wash my dishes
FOUR LITTLE WORDS There are four little words That can help you a lot When you hurt your friend On purpose or not. So say the four words, Don't wait too long! If you've hurt your friend Say, "I'm sorry. I'm wrong."
Adith Segal I put on my shoe I put on my shoe I put on the other I look at them both And show them to mother Are they on right Or are they on wrong If they are on right I’ll sing you a song
Two ears for hearing Two ears for hearing One mouth to talk One head for thinking Two legs to walk Two hands, eight fingers Also two thumbs For writing and painting And doing my
My Father’s a Policeman My Father’s a Policeman, his name is P.C.Plat. His trousers and his jacket, are blue and so’s his hat! My mother is a doctor, her coat and shoes are white. They’re in the bedroom cupboard, they’re always there at night! My brother’s name is Charlie, and he’s a funny clown. His coat is pink and yellow, his hat is red and brown! My sister’s a ballerina, her dress is white and pink. She’s on TV this evening, on channel 4 I think!
My Favourite Things! I love sausages, I love rice, bread and milk is very nice! I love pizza, I love chicken, my favourite things are in the kitchen! All my favourite things are in the kitchen! I love burgers, I love fish, I love anything an a dish!