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Children Safety Rhymes
Last updated January 29, 2010

Children Safety Rhymes


Germs, Germs, Everywhere
by Roger W Hancock

Germs, germs, everywhere,
on your hands and in your hair.
Wash your hands every time,
after bathroom, after play time.
Even on the toys you share,
germs are hiding everywhere.
Wash your hands all the time,
especially before, dinner time!

(c) 01-29-2010 Roger W Hancock
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Fire Fellows             
by Roger W Hancock                  

Fire trucks of red or yellow,
carry hose and fire fellows.
In route to fire, sirens bellow;
Firemen fight the fire’s glow.

(c) 12-19-2008 Roger W Hancock
www.RogersRhymes.PoetPatriot.com

 

Walk, Don't Scoot
by Roger W Hancock

I scoot my scooter on the sidewalk
scooting here, scooting there.
Walking on cement sidewalk
I do not scoot; but walk with care.

 
(c) 06-27-2008 Roger W Hancock
www.RogersRhymes.PoetPatriot.com

Matches No!
by Roger W Hancock

Matches help to start camp fires,
when used wrong may start forest fires.
Never, ever, play with matches,
great trouble matches catch.


(c) May 13, 2008   Roger W Hancock

www.RogersRhymes.PoetPatriot.com

Crossing the Street
by Roger W Hancock

When at first to cross the street,
first look left, then right, then left,
first be sure no cars or trucks,
are traveling toward your walk.


(c) May 13, 2008   Roger W Hancock

www.RogersRhymes.PoetPatriot.com

Bicycles
by Roger W Hancock
   
Bicycles can be so very fun,
can be harmful too.
when you come upon a street,
stop before you cross.

(c) May 13, 2008   Roger W Hancock 
www.RogersRhymes.PoetPatriot.com

Bicycling Small Bikes
by Roger W Hancock


Ride small bikes on the sidewalk,
with a helmet on your head.
Always stop for those who walk,
be courteous when you ride.


(c) May 13, 2008   Roger W Hancock

www.RogersRhymes.PoetPatriot.com

Riding on the Road
 by Roger W Hancock

 

When your bike is large enough,
and you’re much older too,
ride your bike upon the street,
keeping right, with traffic flow.

(c) May 13, 2008   Roger W Hancock
www.RogersRhymes.PoetPatriot.com

Bicycle Helmet
by Roger W Hancock


Wear your helmet snug and tight,
so bumps on head you don’t invite.
Wear a helmet on your head,
to ride your bike in safe delight.


(c) May 13, 2008   Roger W Hancock

www.RogersRhymes.PoetPatriot.com

Fighting
by Roger W Hancock

Never fight to prove your right,
your might does not make right.
Fighting does not prove a thing,
even when the bully swings.


(c) May 13, 2008   Roger W Hancock

www.RogersRhymes.PoetPatriot.com
Bully
by Roger W Hancock

No one really likes a bully,
pushing his way around,
Everyone likes so very fully,
people who, for others care,
and on the playground, share.


(c) May 13, 2008   Roger W Hancock

www.RogersRhymes.PoetPatriot.com
Upon the Bus
by Roger W Hancock
 

When in route upon the bus,
do not yell and scream.
Do not fight and make a fuss,
or distract the driver’s theme.
Driver’s scheme to drive the bus,
deliver safely, you and me.


(c) May 13, 2008   Roger W Hancock 

www.RogersRhymes.PoetPatriot.com

Walk Way
                by Roger W Hancock
 

When a stroll upon the walk
face the traffic flow.
Easily see the cars ahead,
as they come your way.

(c) May 13, 2008   Roger W Hancock
www.RogersRhymes.PoetPatriot.com

Traffic Tim
by Roger W Hancock

Traffic Tim is here to care,
your safety at home and school.
Listen to Tim who’s here to share,
teach you the traffic rules.


(c) May 13, 2008   Roger W Hancock

www.RogersRhymes.PoetPatriot.com


See the website Traffic Tim

School Guards
by Roger W Hancock

Watch the school guards’,
stop signs on their flags.
It’s for safety, all regards,
that you, the cars not snag.


(c) May 13, 2008   Roger W Hancock

www.RogersRhymes.PoetPatriot.com

Your Rival
by Roger W Hancock


Always be kind,
always be friendly,
even when your foe not so.
Honey of your kindness,
sweetens the bitter soul.



(c) May 13, 2008   Roger W Hancock 

www.RogersRhymes.PoetPatriot.com

Vandalism
by Roger W Hancock

Be courteous to everyone,
their things when their not there,
Do not damage anything,
remember your own despair.

(c) May 13, 2008   Roger W Hancock

www.RogersRhymes.PoetPatriot.com

Respect
by Roger W Hancock

Respecting others,
respect their things;
will grow in others,
their respect for you.


(c) May 13, 2008   Roger W Hancock

www.RogersRhymes.PoetPatriot.com


Online
by Roger W Hancock

When online on the internet,
Watching for the evil net,
I’ll not send my information,
to people I do not know.


(c) May 13, 2008   Roger W Hancock

www.RogersRhymes.PoetPatriot.com

Strangers
by Roger W Hancock

Strangers are people we do not know,
We do not know if bad or good,
So we do not talk to strangers,
to avoid the unknown dangers.


(c) May 13, 2008   Roger W Hancock

www.RogersRhymes.PoetPatriot.com

 

Yellow, Red, Green
by Roger W Hancock


Yellow, cautions do not cross.
Red, commands wait your turn.
Green, says okay to cross,
to arrive upon the yellow.

(c) May 13, 2008   Roger W Hancock

www.RogersRhymes.PoetPatriot.com




Red Light Stop Light  
by Roger W Hancock


Yellow caution light ahead,
do not start to cross the street;
soon to follow; light turns red.
Red stop light be seen,
do not walk or run or jump;
stand and wait until the green.
Green go light, okay the feet,
look left, right, left, then tread,
safely cross the street.

(c) May 13, 2008   Roger W Hancock

www.RogersRhymes.PoetPatriot.com

 Candy From Strangers
by Roger W Hancock

When a stranger offers candy,
do not take, but tell your Daddy!
Dandy is candy, but not from strangers.
Candy from strangers spells great danger.


(c) May 13, 2008   Roger W Hancock

www.RogersRhymes.PoetPatriot.com

Ball Rolls into the Street
by Roger W Hancock

When your ball rolls away from you,
do not chase into the street.
Stop! Look left, right, then left again,
when no cars, go get the ball.


(c) May 13, 2008   Roger W Hancock

www.RogersRhymes.PoetPatriot.com

Buckle Up
by Roger W Hancock

When you climb into the car,
buckle up your seatbelt.
Remember the belt to buckle up,
to keep you safe, within the car.


(c) May 13, 2008   Roger W Hancock 

www.RogersRhymes.PoetPatriot.com

 
Traffic Signs
by Roger W Hancock


Traffic Signs all shapes and colors,
are placed to keep us safe.
to guide the traffic safely past,
hazards on the road.


(c) May 13, 2008   Roger W Hancock

www.RogersRhymes.PoetPatriot.com

 

Slow Sign
by Roger W Hancock

Slow Sign’s yellow warns,
slow down and watch for danger.
Be prepared to make a stop,
to avoid the dangers present.


(c) May 13, 2008   Roger W Hancock

www.RogersRhymes.PoetPatriot.com

 

Stop Sign
by Roger W Hancock


“Stop !” says the Stop Sign;
make a stop, then look for danger,
when safe, you may walk across.


(c) May 13, 2008   Roger W Hancock

www.RogersRhymes.PoetPatriot.com

Yield Sign
by Roger W Hancock

Yeild signs come in yellow,
that says, prepare to stop.
Yield means to let the other,
pass before you go.


(c) May 13, 2008   Roger W Hancock

www.RogersRhymes.PoetPatriot.com
Outside Alone?
by Roger W Hancock

Do not play outside alone,
always have a buddy.
Always stay within sight,
while playing with your buddy.


(c) May 13, 2008   Roger W Hancock 

www.RogersRhymes.PoetPatriot.com



Water’s Edge
by Roger W Hancock

When you see the waters edge,
do not play without adults.
Danger stalks when your alone,
near the water’s edge.


(c) May 14, 2008   Roger W Hancock

www.RogersRhymes.PoetPatriot.com

Farm’s Fun May Harm
by Roger W Hancock

Fun is found upon the farm,
but danger lurks in every barn.
Machines to process farm products,
have augers and blades to cut.
Even chicken beaks may pluck,
horses, cows, and bulls may buck.
Stay clear of tractors, plows and trucks,
stay out of barns when doors are shut.
Stay in play area of the farm,
until a farmer guides through barns.


(c) May 14, 2008   Roger W Hancock

www.RogersRhymes.PoetPatriot.com

Pets Are Animals
by Roger W Hancock

Pets may be man’s best friend,
cute and cuddly playmates.
Do not pull pet’s tails or ears,
pet may turn and bite your nose.
Pets are animals that once were wild,
animals know only, to protect itself.
Be gentle and caring to your pet,
do not disturb when pet at rest.
Never, ever go to another,
pet you do not know.


(c) May 14, 2008   Roger W Hancock

www.RogersRhymes.PoetPatriot.com

 



Toy & Tool Rule
by Roger W Hancock

Tools are not toys and toys are not tools,
Remember same rules for tools and toys.
In your hands with tools or toys, do not run,
you may slip and fall on some.
Do not leave about your tools or toys,
around about, to trip other girls and boys.
Tools we do not play, as we do with toys,
both can harm when do not follow rules.


(c) May 14, 2008   Roger W Hancock

www.RogersRhymes.PoetPatriot.com

Stranger Danger
by Roger W Hancock

Strangers may be danger,
even though they seem nice,
Stay away from strangers,
when you do not know them.
When a stranger says, “Do not yell.”
yell real loud and run to tell.
When a stranger says, “Do not tell,”
yell real loud and run to tell.
When a stranger asks you to come,
yell !  Run !  Go tell mommy and daddy!


(c) May 14, 2008   Roger W Hancock

www.RogersRhymes.PoetPatriot.com

Halloween

When on the night of Halloween,
“trick or treat” in twos or threes.
wear bright clothing that will not burn,
carry a flashlight and wear a watch.
Stay together, walk, do not run,
cross the street at the corner walk.
Receive the candy at the door,
do not go inside, for more.
Be polite and thank the giver,
never play a vandal’s trick.
Do not eat any candy,
before your parents check for safety.
Finish the night of Trick or Treat
eating the gifts of candy sweets.

(c) 2008 Roger W Hancock
www.RogersRhymes.PoetPatriot.com

 

Life-Vest
by Roger W Hancock

Never go onto a boat,
without a safety life-vest.
Should you, happen overboard,
a life-vest will keep you afloat.


(c) May 14, 2008   Roger W Hancock 

www.RogersRhymes.PoetPatriot.com


 

This Is My Body
by Roger W Hancock

When a person touches me,
In a way that does not feel right to me,
I will say “No! This is my body!”
Then I’ll go and tell somebody.
I’ll tell and tell, ‘til somebody believes me.
‘Cause I know, “This is my, body!”


(c) May 14, 2008   Roger W Hancock

www.RogersRhymes.PoetPatriot.com

 

Lightning Storms
by Roger W Hancock

When a lightning storm should strike,
stay away from trees and poles.
Should you feel your hair on end,
crouch down forward, hands on knees.
Stay away from metal objects,
that you not next, the lightning strike.

(c) May 14, 2008   Roger W Hancock 

www.RogersRhymes.PoetPatriot.com

Earthquake
by Roger W Hancock

When an earthquake shakes your world,
duck down under a desk or table.
stay clear of windows and brick walls,
furniture that could break and fall.
if outside you must get away,
from buildings and power lines above.
As the shaking slows to still, beware,
damage makes a frail world.

(c) May 14, 2008   Roger W Hancock

www.RogersRhymes.PoetPatriot.com


 

Real Guns
by Roger W Hancock

Should you find a real gun,
tell an adult about the find.
Toy guns may be fun,
a real gun your death may sign.
Do not play with real guns,
let temptation stay confined.

(c) May 14, 2008   Roger W Hancock

www.RogersRhymes.PoetPatriot.com

Barbeque
by Roger W Hancock

Barbeque for cooking fun,
Dad will cook the food.
Do not touch the Barbeque…
ouch! Too hot for you!

(c) 06-21-2008 Roger W Hancock
www.RogersRhymes.PoetPatriot.com

 

Firework Dangers
by Roger W Hancock

Fireworks are fun to watch,
lightens high, dark sky.
Fireworks upon the ground,
danger to hands and eyes.

(c) 06-21-2008 Roger W Hancock
www.RogersRhymes.PoetPatriot.com

Campfire
by Roger W Hancock

Campfire story, evening mood,
around the log-stoked flame.
Children must stay, clear away,
fire will cause much pain.

(c) 06-21-2008 Roger W Hancock
www.RogersRhymes.PoetPatriot.com

 

Sparklers
by Roger W Hancock

Sparklers spark a sparkling sight,
colored sparks within the night.
Sparklers burn so hot and bright,
may burn your fingers white.

 
(c) 06-21-2008 Roger W Hancock

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