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There is a puppy. Poem to learn to differentiate there, ay and there


There are some words that children have a harder time learning to write them than others, especially when they are pronounced the same or in a similar way but their spelling is different. This is the case of there, ay and there.

In Guiainfantil.com we want to help children learn the difference between these three words in a very fun and enjoyable way. To do this, we show you this original poetry by Marisa Alonso Santamaría so that children can learn by playing.

There is a puppy at my door

a little Pekingese,

move the tail nervously

back there, can't you see?

Oh, the tail gets caught

Oh, it comes stumbling,

barks and barks and runs,

my little Pekingese.

There is a puppy at my door

back there, can't you see?

Oh, come to play with me

Oh, he licks my feet.

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