26 Inspiring Spring Poems for the Classroom

Looking for some spring poems for kids of all ages to read and explore in the classroom? Here is our list.

That Bold Bee by Lenore Hetrick

Song Of March by Patricia L.

Nature’s Way by Heidi Campbell

In Cold Spring Air by Reginald Gibbons

The Beautiful Spring by George Cooper

Weather for All by Lenore Hetrick

Each year by Dora Malech

Spring is love a perhaps hand by E. E. Cummings

Dear March – Come in – (1320) by Emily Dickinson

To the Thawing Wind by Robert Frost

Cherry blossoms by Toi Derricotte

What the Thrush Said by John Keats

First Green Flare by Sidney Wade

After the Winter by Claude McKay

Springing by Marie Ponsot

Monadnock in Early Spring by Amy Lowell

In the Memphis Airport by Timothy Steele

Not Ideas About the Thing But the Thing Itself by Wallace Stevens

I Have This Way of Being by Jamaal May

Field in Spring by Susan Stewart

A Child of Spring by Ellen Robena Field

Spring (Again) by Michael Ryan

Crisscross by Arthur Sze

The Metier of Blossoming by Denise Levertov

A Blessing by James Wright

Spring Storm by William Carlos Williams

A Light Exists In Spring by Emily Dickinson

Spring by Martin Taylor

The Voice of Spring by Mary Howitt

Silly Tilly’s Garden by Diana Murray

And Now It’s Spring by Lhtheaker

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