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Father’s Day poems for kids

Father’s Day Poems for kids of All Ages. Here you will find a list of cute poems. You can use these poems for cards or for reading practice with Daddy.


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  • Father by Jennifer Williams

When I scratched my knee,
Or if I bumped my head…

  • Special Hero by Christina M. Kerschen

When I was a baby,
you would hold me in your arms…

  • My daddy is the greatest by Karl Fuchs

My daddy is the greatest;
The best dad there ever was…

  • Life Lessons by Joanna Fuchs

You may have thought I didn’t see,
Or that I hadn’t heard…

  • My Daddy by Ranja Kujala

I sit and look back to how far I can remember,
And you are always there next to me…

  • I’m Happy You’re My Dad by Joanna Fuchs

I feel safe when you are with me;
You show me fun things to do…

  • Only a Dad by Edgar Guest

Only a dad with a tired face,
Coming home from the daily race…

  • A Different Kind Of Hero by Kelsee Briscoe

He is not the kind of hero who is fighting in the war.
He is not one who sails offshore…

  • My Hero, Best Friend, My Daddy by Crystal M. Hernandez

My daddy looks tough as nails
And hard as metal…

  • My Miracle Dad by Crystal M. Deprey

I know that I’m not perfect, and I’m sure you know that too,
But it means the world to know that I can always talk to you…

  • Hero Dad by Joanna Fuchs

You are my hero, Dad
You’re my secure foundation…

  • A Boy and His Dad by Edgar Guest

A boy and his dad on a fishing-trip
There is a glorious fellowship…

  • Star Dad by Karl Fuchs

I love you, Dad, and want you to know,
I feel your love wherever I go…

  • A Dad by Rose E. O’Donnell

A Dad is someone you can count on
Someone who is always there…

  • Daddy by Ginger C. Smith

I’m just sitting here thinking about what you mean to me,
Remembering all the things you’ve done for me…

  • Daddy, I Love You by Laura Phipps

You held me up when I was weak.
You hugged me close when tears I’d weep.

  • Loving Like A Daddy Can by Shayna Montgomer

Daddy, Daddy sit me on your knee.
Together we will always be…


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Father’s Day poems for kids

 

Father by Jennifer Williams

When I scratched my knee,
Or if I bumped my head,
When I was afraid of the dark,
Or that thing under my bed,
When I cried in the night,
Or even in the day,
You were there for me
To make it all okay.

You tickled my feet
And laughed at all my jokes.
You taught me to believe
In having high hopes.
You are my father.
You did what you had to do,
But more than a father
You are my friend, too.
You made everything good
That was once bad.
I just want you to know
I love you, Dad.


Special Hero by Christina M. Kerschen

When I was a baby,
you would hold me in your arms.
I felt the love and tenderness,
keeping me safe from harm.
I would look up into your eyes,
and all the love I would see.
How did I get so lucky?
You were the dad chosen for me.
There is something special
about a father’s love.
Seems it was sent to me
from someplace up above.
Our love is everlasting.
I just wanted you to know
that you’re my special hero,
and I wanted to tell you so.


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My daddy is the greatest by Karl Fuchs

My daddy is the greatest;
The best dad there ever was.
He always brings me lots of joy;
He’s my very own Santa Claus.

My daddy can do anything;
He’s smart as smart can be.
I love to walk and hold his hand
To show he belongs to me.
I love my daddy!


Life Lessons by Joanna Fuchs

You may have thought I didn’t see,
Or that I hadn’t heard,
Life lessons that you taught to me,
But I got every word.

Perhaps you thought I missed it all,
And that we’d grow apart,
But Dad, I picked up everything,
It’s written on my heart.

Without you, Dad, I wouldn’t be
The person I am today;
You built a strong foundation
No one can take away.

I’ve grown up with your values,
And I’m very glad I did;
So here’s to you, dear father,
From your forever grateful kid.


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My Daddy by Ranja Kujala

I sit and look back to how far I can remember,
And you are always there next to me.
Each and every day you were helping me grow up,
And making me be the best that I can be.

Your love was forever strong,
Your cuddles forever tight.
Every day since I was born,
Your love was always in sight.

I will always be your Baby Girl,
And you will always be my Dad.
I know I will always be the luckiest
To have the best Dad any girl could have had.

My Daddy, I love you with all my heart,
Much more than I ever say.
You are my world, my everything,
Each and every day.



I’m Happy You’re My Dad by Joanna Fuchs

I feel safe when you are with me;
You show me fun things to do;
You make my life much better;
The best father I know is you.

I’m happy you’re my Dad
And so I want to say
I love you, Dad, and wish you
A Happy Father’s Day!


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Only a Dad by Edgar Guest

Only a dad with a tired face,
Coming home from the daily race,
Bringing little of gold or fame
To show how well he has played the game;
But glad in his heart that his own rejoice
To see him come and to hear his voice.

Only a dad with a brood of four,
One of ten million men or more
Plodding along in the daily strife,
Bearing the whips and the scorns of life,
With never a whimper of pain or hate,
For the sake of those who at home await.

Only a dad, neither rich nor proud,
Merely one of the surging crowd
Toiling, striving from day to day,
Facing whatever may come his way,
Silent whenever the harsh condemn,
And bearing it all for the love of them.

Only a dad but he gives his all
To smooth the way for his children small,
Doing with courage stern and grim,
The deeds that his father did for him.
This is the line that for him I pen:
Only a dad, but the best of men.


A Different Kind Of Hero by Kelsee Briscoe

He is not the kind of hero who is fighting in the war.
He is not one who sails offshore.

I don’t call him Sergeant, Captain, or Sir.
His title is DAD; that is for sure!

He is the fixer of my broken things
And the household doctor when I get bee stings.

He picks me up when I fall down
And always turns my frown upside down.

He keeps me safe when I sleep at night.
He gives me seconds when I have a big appetite.

That’s my Dad. That’s who he is.
He deserves a medal for the things he did.


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My Hero, Best Friend, My Daddy by Crystal M. Hernandez

My daddy looks tough as nails
And hard as metal.
But the truth is easy to tell
He’s sweet and loving
And can always understand me.
Patient he is,
And he always makes a big difference in my everyday life.
Always managing to put a smile on my face.
Even when his days aren’t so good.
My daddy is my hero.
He is my best friend I can always trust,
And I don’t have to worry about being misjudged.
He is my daddy,
And above everybody he is who makes me feel very happy.
The truth is I love my daddy.


My Miracle Dad by Crystal M. Deprey

I know that I’m not perfect, and I’m sure you know that too,
But it means the world to know that I can always talk to you.
I am sure you didn’t expect all this when you took me in to stay.
But you still loved me enough that you did it anyway.
You always seemed so calm, when deep down you were so scared,
And no matter how serious it was, you always seemed prepared.
I know I’m lucky to have you here, after all that you’ve been through,
And no matter what just happened, I can always say I love you.
You always can forgive me, even when times get bad,
And I’ll love you until the day I die, because you are my miracle dad!


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Hero Dad by Joanna Fuchs

You are my hero, Dad
You’re my secure foundation.
When I think of you, I’m filled with love
And fond appreciation.

You make me feel protected;
I’m sheltered by your care.
You’re always my true friend; and Dad,
When I need you, you’re always there.

You have a place of honor
Deep within my heart.
You’ve been my superhero, Dad,
Right from the very start.


A Boy and His Dad by Edgar Guest

A boy and his dad on a fishing-trip —
There is a glorious fellowship!

Father and son and the open sky
And the white clouds lazily drifting by,
And the laughing stream as it runs along
With the clicking reel like a martial song,
And the father teaching the youngster gay
How to land a fish in the sportsman’s way.

I fancy I hear them talking there
In an open boat, and the speech is fair.
And the boy is learning the ways of men
From the finest man in his youthful ken.
Kings, to the youngster, cannot compare
With the gentle father who’s with him there.

And the greatest mind of the human race
Not for one minute could take his place.
Which is happier, man or boy?

The soul of the father is steeped in joy,
For he’s finding out, to his heart’s delight,
That his son is fit for the future fight.
He is learning the glorious depths of him,
And the thoughts he thinks and his every whim;
And he shall discover, when night comes on,
How close he has grown to his little son.

A boy and his dad on a fishing-trip —
Builders of life’s companionship!

Oh, I envy them, as I see them there
Under the sky in the open air,
For out of the old, old long-ago
Come the summer days that I used to know,
When I learned life’s truths from my father’s lips
As I shared the joy of his fishing-trips.


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Star Dad by Karl Fuchs

I love you, Dad, and want you to know,
I feel your love wherever I go.
Whenever I’ve problems, you’re there to assist,
The ways you have helped me would make quite a list.

Your wisdom and knowledge have shown me the way,
And I’m thankful for you as I live day by day.
I don’t tell you enough how important you are,
In my universe you’re a bright shining star.


A Dad by Rose E. O’Donnell

A Dad is someone you can count on
Someone who is always there
Someone who listens when you talk
Who knows when you are lying
And when you are telling the truth
A Dad is someone who protects you
And cares about you
A Dad is always kind
And understands what you say
He understands what is wrong
And makes you feel okay
A Dad is someone who loves you
No matter what you do
A Dad is someone just like you.



Daddy by Ginger C. Smith

I’m just sitting here thinking about what you mean to me,
Remembering all the things you’ve done for me.
You’ve been there for me from the start,
Knowing what to say to keep me from falling apart,
Taking everything that comes your way good or bad.
Even though you’re not my father, you’ll always be my dad.

I can’t count high enough for every time you went out of your way.
Knowing you’re there keeps me going every day.
When I need encouragement, you’re the first to give it.
When I have a problem, you always have the best advice to fix it.
I could sit here and say, «Thank you,» from now till I die, but it wouldn’t be enough.
I can only wish if I went through what you did I could be so tough.
I’ll always love you unconditionally
From now till eternity.


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Daddy, I Love You by Laura Phipps

You held me up when I was weak.
You hugged me close when tears I’d weep.
When things got hard, you pushed me through.
You always showed me you loved me true.
I know there were times I made you cry, and to this day,
I don’t know why.
For without you, where would I be?
I am thankful God gave you to me.
Thanks, Dad, for you are one in a million.


Loving Like A Daddy Can by Shayna Montgomer

Daddy, Daddy sit me on your knee.
Together we will always be.
Closest of friends,
From beginning to end.
You always knew what was best,
While you guided me through trials and tests.
You were always there,
Never ashamed to be my teddy bear.
Looking up at the stars,
You’re holding me in your arms.
I’m wrapped up so tight,
I could not escape with all my might.
You’re my protector; you’re my shield
From life’s playing field.
I want to thank you from my heart.
I believe that nothing could ever tear us apart.


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