Essays about spring from Russian and modern poets for children. A selection of beautiful, short poems for preschoolers and schoolchildren about spring

SV-001Beautiful, inspirational and moving poems about the spring are in the works of almost all poets, from recognized Russian classics and uploading by modern authors. Love to these beautiful works of children instill from the youngest years. Pre-school kids are recruited short, optimistic and joyful poems by Agniya Barto and other children's authors for memorization by heart. Older children are offered the lyric poetry of Russian classics such as Pushkin, Lermontov and Fet. Such works are then included in the program of spring matinees, holiday concerts in honor of March 8 and various kindergarten and school literary contests.

Poems about spring for preschoolers 3-4-5 years old at the matinee in kindergarten

With the beginning of spring, kindergartens are beginning to actively prepare for matinees on the occasion of the March 8 offensive. Teachers begin to draw up a festive scenario for the solemn event and select suitable song and dance repertoire for children. Be sure to include in the program presentation cheerful, optimistic and funny poems about spring. With preschoolers 3-4-5 years old, they learn works from two, maximum three verses. There is a completely objective reason for this - the guys of this age simply cannot memorize too large, long texts with complex tact. But with short verses they will cope perfectly well, they will easily remember the words after several rehearsals and at the right moment read the expression to their parents, tutors and guests of the festive performance.


Performances of such a plan are always very popular with relatives of babies. Moms, dads, grandmothers, grandfathers and other close people are given great pleasure to see their children on the stage and watch their first touching successes.


Hello, spring first grass!
How did it bloom? Are you happy for the heat?
I know, y you there fun and crush,
They all work together in a friendly way.
Send out a leaf or a blue flower
Everyone is in a hurry young spine
Earlier than a willow of tender buds
The first will show the green leaf.


Gives songs spring,
Distributes smiles
And to meet her from the bottom
Swim fish.


Spring comes to us
In quick steps
And the drifts melt away
Under her feet.
Black thawed patches
In the fields are visible.
It is seen very warm
Feet at the spring.

Poems about spring for children 6-7 years old for memorizing the contest of readers


On the eve of the International Women's Day, elementary school students often hold a contest of readers in which children of 6–7 years old recite beautiful and cheerful verses about spring before a jury, classmates, teachers, parents and invited guests. Teachers pick up the repertoire for memorizing, but in some cases they come to the aid of moms, dads and other close relatives of students who know their child better and understand what work will be easier for him to remember and read.

On the eve of the competition, the class or assembly hall of the school where the event will take place is decorated with a themed decor: paper flowers, garlands of leaves, drawings with spring images and birds from cardboard.The design emphasizes the festivity of the situation and creates a truly pleasant, joyful and optimistic mood among the guests, students and teachers.


Spring is in the yard!
After the winter fierce cold
Wakes up from sleep
All nature. Even puddles
Will not cover the ice overnight
The sun is chasing the winter away!
Swelling juice of the kidney,
And green leaves
Soon in the breeze
Will play! Meanwhile
The colors of the sun by the river
There are lights!
All! The frosts are over!


The grass is green,
The sun shines;
Swallow with spring
In the shadow of us flies.
With her the sun is more beautiful
And spring is dearer ...
Cheek off the road
Hello to us soon!
I'll give you grains,
And you sing a song,
What from the countries of the distant
Brought with me ...


Black roads-
The sun is warming hot
But in a snowdrift,
As in the den,
Napping easy.
According to him yet
By ski
Run over the daredevils.
He sleeps sweetly
And does not hear
That the brooks are laughing.

Spring stories for children of 8-9 years old are short and large works of modern authors.


With children of 8-9 years old, you can learn poems about spring of any size. The guys will easily remember the short piece of 2-3 verses, and a longer poem of 20-30 lines. It is better not to choose the material for memorization by heart, but with the students.The boy and the girls will be pleased that they are treated like adults and seriously consider their opinion. Such a respectful attitude will benefit everyone, and among schoolchildren it will cause a desire to get even closer acquainted with the rhymed works of contemporary authors.

Short poems about spring is appropriate to include in the classroom hour program. This event usually takes time equal to 1-2 lessons, so it does not provide for too long individual numbers. But if each of the students is allocated one quatrain, everyone will have time to speak and no one will feel forgotten or offended.


The first sunny day.
A spring breeze blows.
Sparrows cheered up
In these warm hours.
And sosylki wept
And they hung their noses.


Loose snow darkens in March
Ice melts on the window.
Bunny running around the desk
And on the map
On the wall.


Stick out a leaf il blue flower
Everyone is in a hurry young spine
Earlier than a willow of tender buds
The first will show the green leaf.

Long modern poems about spring for schoolchildren for a holiday


Large rhymed works about spring and natural phenomena associated with it are more suitable for a matinee program or a festive concert.In order for the poems to sound brighter and more original, they can be supplemented with unobtrusive music, a small costumed scene or a beautiful dance. This will give the number element of the show and make it more spectacular and rich.


Beautiful white birch
And the fresh scent of foliage,
And on the trunk of a pine like tears
Glitter of resin droplets.

Us poplar earrings
Pitchy smell drunk.
Forest first flowers
Everywhere our caressing look.

And so the woodpeckers in the more often forests
Cheerful audible clatter,
And soaring above the trees
A May bug is hurrying somewhere.

Shaggy Bumblebee Buzzing Shooting
With flowers spring gifts.
Crown trees dissolve
As if marvelous tents.

The fog melted over the meadow,
Playing sparks grew.
Spring is coming, announcing
The whole world is peal of vernal thunderstorms.


The days are fine,
For holidays like,
And in the sky - the sun is warm,
Cheerful and kind.
All the rivers overflow,
All buds open,
Gone winter with cold
Drifts became puddles.
Leaving the southern countries,
The birds came back amicable.
On each branch of the squash
Sit and clean the feathers.
Spring has come,
It's time to bloom.
And that means mood
All people - spring!


Ding! Don!
Ding! Don!
What is that gentle ringing?
This is a snowdrop glade
Smiles through a dream!

This is whose fluffy ray
So tickles because of the clouds,
Forcing kids
Smile to the ears?

This is whose warmth
Whose kindness is this?
Makes you smile
Hare, kyritsy, cat?
And for what reason?
Spring is coming
Around town!

And y pudelya- smile!
And in the aquarium fish
Smiled from water
Smiling bird!

Here it is,
What does not fit
On one page
The smile is immense, -
What a nice one!
That's the length,
That's the width!
What is the reason?
Spring is coming
According to the city!

Vesna Martovna Snowdrop,
Vesna Aprelevna Skvoreshnikova
Spring Mayevna Chereshnikova!

Short, beautiful poems about the spring of Russian poets - works by Pushkin, Lermontov, Fet


Spring is the most tender time of the year, the moment of the awakening of all life to meet the first quivering and timid sunshine. And this wonderful season has always inspired the work of the most famous Russian poets, who today are called the classics and the masters of literature. Admiring the delights of the awakening nature, they composed very quivering, sublime works, captivating the listeners with their lyrical harmony.

Such Russian poets as Pushkin, Lermontov, Fet and many others wrote short, beautiful and touching poems about spring. In short, rhymed lines, they told about melting snow, grass making their way out of the ground, blooming flowers and other natural phenomena, traditionally associated with the wonderful season. Today, many of these beautiful poems are included in the school curriculum, so that students can get deeper into the spring moods and get closer acquainted with the pearl fund of classical Russian literature and poetry.


Persecuted by spring rays,
From the surrounding mountains already snow
Run off in muddy streams
On the drowned meadows.
A clear smile nature
Through the dream meets the morning of the year;
Blue, shine heaven.

More transparent forests
As if down in green.
Bee for field tribute
Flies from a wax cell.
Valleys dry and mottled;
The herds rustle and the nightingale
Already sang in the silence of the nights.

A.S. Pushkin


When spring broken ice
The river goes agitated,
When among the meadows in places
Blackening bare ground,
And the mist falls clouds
To the hollow fields,
A dream of evil sadness cherishes
In my inexperienced soul;
I look, nature is getting younger,
But getting younger is just her;
Lanit calm the scarlet flame
With him, time will lead,
And the one who suffered so much has happened
Love for her heart will not find.

M.Yu. Lermontov


Warm in the sun. Spring
Takes your rights.
In the river, in places, the depths are clear,
At the bottom is visible grass.

A.A. Fet

Poems about spring for children from Agnes Barto


Agnia Barto is one of the most famous Russian Soviet poets of the 20th century, who dedicated her creative career to writing poems for children. Her optimistic and joyful works are perfectly perceived and memorized by boys and girls of any age. The style of writing is easy and rhythmic. The works do not contain long, difficult words and the child has the impression that the author speaks to him not as a mentor, but as a close friend or devoted comrade.

The narration is in the form of a story about some interesting story that seems to have happened somewhere very close, for example, in a neighboring yard or in the nearest street. All the characters have the usual children's names, and the baby very often recognizes himself in Tanya, Masha or Vovochka described in the poem. This presentation of the material is very appealing to little readers,and they are happy to memorize Agnes Barto's verses about spring, friends and girlfriends, school, kindergarten and other attributes of the life of the most ordinary child.


Why birdie
Have you started at the window?

Will reset
Jersey is not needed

Oh, how dry,
Dry pavement.
Hello fly
How are you?

The trees came to life ...
I wish I would
To the village,
To meet
We are
Apple trees and cherries
White and curvy ...

Sat down on the antenna,
Hey rook hello
Our respect to you!


I went to a familiar street to school
And all the passers-by were surprised:
Two poplars stood bare
And suddenly this morning came to life.

In the morning the spring wind blew,
The grass seems to have blown dry
I believed the wind of spring:
"He took the winter!" - I thought.

Played bushes at the chapel,
He rustled: soon they will be awakened!
Spring day, cheerful, new,
You promise joy to people.


It's spring in the calendar,
But everywhere puddles in the yard,
And the garden is empty and naked.

Everywhere water flows like a river
It's time to plant Levkoy
In the flower beds in front of the school.

We have long bought seeds,
And suddenly - a cold spring.

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