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Rabosa. Children's poems about animals

Rabosa. Children's poems about animals


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If you are looking for children's poems about animals and more specifically that talk about dogs, we suggest that you read Rabosa with your children, a nursery rhyme poetry that tells the story of a dog who takes care of a shepherd's sheep so that they do not get separated or lost.

A very sweet poem that tells a little story in verse and is a great way to introduce children to the wonderful world of poetry. And the thing is, the reading that children may like is not only in prose, there are also verses that can touch their hearts.

Rabosa is a dog

who takes good care of the flock,

helps the pastor

They have been together for many years.

Meet the little sheep,

their names, spots, sizes,

take care that they do not separate,

let no one hurt them.

Gladys, Nube, Lucero,

Copito, Genaro, Blanca,

knows all their names

and by their names he calls them.

He sees them graze in the meadow,

watch around him,

to the little lambs

pay more attention to them.

Rabosa wags his tail,

run from here to there,

the shepherd and the sheep

happy they see her jump.

Reading is a very important learning but so is understanding what is read, understanding the meaning of the text. To help our children to achieve this we can practice with short readings like these children's poems about animals. We can ask them questions about the text to see if they have understood it, try these:

- What was the dog's name?

- What animals does the dog take care of?

- Do you remember some of the names of the animals he cares for?

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