A is for Ant;  So small yet so strong

B is for Bear;  With claws sharp and long

C is for Cow;  In the field making milk

D is for Dog;  With fur soft as silk

E is for Elephant;  With a trunk loud and long

F is for Fishes;  Swimming round in the pond

G is for Gorilla;  Beating his chest

H is for Horse;  Trotting round full of zest

I is for Insect;  All the flies and the bee's

J is for Jellyfish;  Swimming far out to sea

K is for Kangaroo;  Jumping here and there

L is for Lion;  With his long mane of hair

M is for Moth;  Fluttering around in the dark

N is for Newt;  In the pond at the park

O is for Otter;  Living on the lake shore

P is for Penguin;  Sliding round in the snow

Q is for Quail;  Laying eggs really small

R is for Reindeer;  With their antlers so tall

S is for Squirrel;  With a big bushy tail

T is for Tortoise;  As slow as a snail

U is for Uakari;  A monkey with face so red

V is for Vulture;  Circling high overhead

W is for Wolf;  Hear it howl in the night

X is for Xenops;  A bird that eats mites

Y is for Yak;  With horns and hairy back

Z is for Zebra;  With stripes of white and black

Now that you’ve been through
the wonderful alphabet zoo
I hope you smiled along the way
and had a happy ABC day.

Learning can be such good fun
for you and me and everyone,
so always learn your ABC
and smile at the animals you will see.


Written by Darren Scanlon, 27th May 2014.
© Darren Scanlon 2015. All rights reserved.

4 Comments Add yours

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  2. noelleg44 says:

    Myh grandson will love this!

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Aww excellent. Please let me know what he thinks.


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