Children's Poems and Rhyming Story I Am So Excited by Joanne Hayle - Children's Stories Net


 
 
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Something has made me very excited, find out what it is in my rhyming story.
 

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Hello to you and truly big swallow-you-up yawns
I'm very excited. All I do is waahay and whahoo
But it's a bit tiring being awake from dawn
Running all over the house loop-da-loop
I don't want to eat my dinner but there's no rumbly tum
I don't have homework. Good, I can't concentrate
I'm here, there and everywhere. Mum's dizzy, poor Mum!
I've taken to grinning and swinging on the garden gate
 
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But it's another eight days until we go away
That feels like forever until from home we say goodbye
Off to Gran and Gramps house for a vacation-holiday
I've packed my suitcase already. I'm super ready to say hi!
Dad says at this rate I'll be a puffed out mini pest
He thinks that next week I'll be a teeny weeny grump
Tired and so full of yawns that I won't behave at my best
But I don't care that I can't stop doing arm pumps
 
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I don't mind that he thinks that I'll be a pernickety pain
I'm eager, so very keen. Come on clock, tick faster please
I'm so full of jumping beans. I can't wait to see them again
The tickets have arrived, eight days to go. Lucky lucky me!
 

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