Waiting for the moon. Poetry for babies

Waiting for the moon. Poetry for babies

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Children, even babies, can and should be instilled with pleasure from poems. Through short rhyming texts, children can learn about their environment, improve their memory, stimulate their pronunciation or increase their vocabulary. In addition, we can help them dream, imagine, create and make their wits fly.

Marisa Alonso Santamaría, a poet specializing in children, has given us this beautiful poem about the moon so that you can read aloud to your children.

Wore the moon

two hours of waiting,

For fun

ate a pear.

After boring

a little melon,

plum, apple,

and a peach.

The lazy sun

when it finally came,

face to the moon,

fatter found.

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