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Poems and songs about the weather for children and schools

There are lots of songs and poems about the weather. Why not practise singing the ones here on this page? Or you could make up your very own song using your favourite weather words!!

TIPS: Tapping your fingers on a table sounds like raindrops, stamping your feet sounds like thunder, blowing sounds like the howling wind and you could even make shivery noises for the cold!!

Poems


Rain & Sun
Christina Rosetti


Wind
Christina Rosetti


Rain
Robert Louis Stephenson


Raindrops
Anon

Wind Poem 2
Wind Poem 2
Christina Rosetti

We also like the following poems by more recent poets – see if you can find them in a poetry book!

Anything from The Book of Clouds Juris Kronbergs
The More it Snows A.A. Milne
Snowflakes Helen Moore
Snow Alice Wilkins
Winter Ocean John Updike
Winter Morning Ogden Nash
It s never Fair Weather Ogden Nash
Fog Carl Sandburg
Winds light to disastrous Spike Milligan
Storm Roger McGough
Rain George MacBeth
Glass Falling Louis MacNeice
Clouds Aileen Fisher
The Fight of the Year Roger McGough

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