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Song of the Flying Child. Latin American poetry for children

Song of the Flying Child. Latin American poetry for children


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Jose Sebastian Tallon is an Argentine poet who lived at the beginning of the 20th century. An Argentine national, he was one of the forerunners of children's literature. He wrote many short poems for the little ones, including this one: 'Song of the flying child'.

This short poem It is ideal for the little ones in the house. Being very short, you can use it to stimulate memory and, incidentally, improve your child's attention and concentration.

And what a dream he is dreaming!

What dreams? Dream that it flies.

How well you fly dreaming!

Open your arms, move them

like a bird, and it flies ...

What dreams? That is not a dream.

How well you dream of flying!

He is still in the cradle.

But smile, dreaming.

What dreams? That flies, flies.

How well you fly dreaming!

(José Sebastián Tallon)

You can use this beautiful poem to check if your child understood what he just heard. In this way, you will enhance their reading comprehension. Help yourself with these questions:

1. What was the boy dreaming about?

2. Where is the child sleeping?

3. Does the child like what he dreams?

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