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Me and My Skeleton

My skeleton is made of bones
Lots of them, I know.
They're in my arms and legs
And my fingers and my toes.

My skeleton holds me up
So I can walk and run
And do lots of other things
That are so very fun.

My skeleton keeps growing
Right along with me.
I never want to lose it
'Cause then where would I be?


Sue LaBella, Education World's early childhood editor, is a former teacher who loves writing poems for young children. She especially enjoys writing rhymes that make children smile. Susan lives in Connecticut with her family and her bulldog named Daisy. She has written fun rhymes to fit many themes. Visit her archive of rhymes for early childhood classrooms.

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Poem by Sue LaBella
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