Daffodil Poems for Kids

 Daffodils are one of the first flowers to bloom in spring. Their cheery yellow petals are a welcome sight after a long winter. For kids, daffodils can be a source of inspiration for poems and art projects. Here are some daffodil poems and art ideas to get your kids started.

Daffodils are Blooming

Daffodils are blooming

and the world is in bloom

Nature is on display

in all its glory

A colourful carpet spread

underneath the feet

of the daffodil.



Yellow, jolly and gay

Smiles at me from under the May Day sun

A harbinger of spring that is just begun

Bringing with it hope of a new day

A joy to behold in the fresh young springtime

Symbol of rebirth and new beginnings.

Daffodil, daffodil

Daffodil, daffodil,

the prettiest flower in the spring.

You are so yellow and pure,

such a delight to look at.

Your petals are so soft,

your fragrance is so sweet.

The Sight of Daffodils

I love the sight of daffodils

Yellow and orange against the green

They remind me of the Springtime

When all things are new once again

I can’t wait to see them in my garden

Landing like sunny butterflies

Bringing hope that Winter is ending

And Summer is on its way.

Daffodils are Blooming

Daffodils are blooming

and the smell of spring is in the air.

The sun is shining and the sky is blue.

The daffodils are a beautiful sight.

They are a symbol of new beginnings.

They make me feel happy and alive.

I can’t help but smile when I see them.

The Eternal Daffodils

The eternal daffodils

We see them in the spring

They bring us happiness

And remind us of new beginnings.

What a Beautiful Sight

Daffodils, daffodils

What a beautiful sight

As the yellow and white

Blossom in the light

The fragrance in the air

Is such a delight

Cheerful Display

So early in the year.


You Make Everything Seem Just a Little Brighter

Is there anything as cheerful as a field of daffodils,

Niagara of yellow spilling out all over the place?

Marching in step with the sun, they bring such happiness,

Like a smile from Heaven, a sign that Spring is here.

Daffodils, you make everything seem just a little brighter,

Even on the grimmest of days, your sunny presence is felt.

Nature’s Message That Spring is Here

Daffodils blooming by the side of the road

Cheerful yellow faces in the April breeze

Their happy fragrance a joy to behold

March slowly giving way to April’s hope

Nature’s message that spring is here

Budding trees, burgeoning flowers

All sing of new beginnings.

Emerging from the Soil

Daffodils emerging from the soil

Cheerful yellow petals in the sun

Fresh and new, they stand out in the field

A sign of spring, a signal to be happy

Their fragrance fills the air

Bringing joy to all who smell them

Long may they stay, to bring happiness

These symbols of rebirth.

Each Spring You Grace Us With Your Presence

Daffodils, you are so lovely

Each Spring you grace us with your presence

Your golden trumpets always announce

The arrival of a new season

We can’t help but smile when we see you

Especially when your petals are wet

From a recent spring shower

Your beauty is unsurpassed by any other flower.

Daffodils Awaken In The Morning

Daffodils awaken in the morning

As the sun starts to peek

They open up their petals to the world

Sharing their beauty with everyone they see

They are a symbol of hope

And remind us that spring is on its way.

Everyone Loves a Daffodil

Daffodils, daffodils

Bringing happiness wherever they go

Their smile is as bright as the sun

Yellow and orange, their petals so bright

They make everyone smile with just their sight

These flowers bring nothing but joy

Even when the days are filled with sorrow

Everyone loves a daffodil.

Daffodil Bulbs Are Poisonous

Daffodil bulbs are poisonous,

Causing a stomach upset if eaten.

So don’t chew on them, or eat them,

Or you’ll be feeling quite sick.

Do Daffodils Grow Back Every Year

Yes, daffodils grow back every year.

You can mark their return

By the fresh green spears

That poke through the melting snow.

Their cheerful yellow blooms

Let you know that spring is here,

Bringing new life to the earth.

How Long Do Daffodils Last?

The daffodils last for weeks,

Bringing color to the lawn;

Catching the eye as they sway

In the early morning sun.

Each day they are a little different,

With new buds just starting to show;

Soon they will be at their peak,

An explosion of yellow and white.

But even when they start to fade,

They remain a cheerful sight;

And we can’t help but smile

At the sight of daffodils in bloom.

Golden Daffodils

Golden daffodils so bright and gay,

Smiling in the morning sun.

They bring a touch of springtime to our day,

A sign that winter’s done.

The world is new again with their arrival,

A fresh start for each and every one.

We can’t help but smile when we see them swaying,

In the breeze, so proudly on display.

A Hardy Perennial

Daffodils are a hardy perennial

That will come back again and again

They are always cheerful and bright

And add a touch of color to any scene.

Bright Yellow Trumpets


bright yellow trumpets

speaking of spring

and rebirth

bidding us to come and see

what new life has sprung.

Don’t Eat Daffodil Bulbs

Don’t eat daffodil bulbs,

they’ll make you sick,

I learned the hard way,

now I’m warning you.

You’ll get a tummy ache,

and feel like you’re going to die,

just don’t eat the bulbs,

and you’ll be fine.

One of My Favourite Flowers

Yellow, orange and white

Bright as the morning sun

Unconditionally loved

by everyone

Narcissus poeticus

Is one of my favourite flowers.

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