A few years ago, my kids and I wrote Don't Poems for my husband for Father's Day. For my post, I revised the poems and added some pictures to match the year the poems were written. Don't Poems are an easy format for students to follow and they also make great Mother's Day gifts!
Sam's Don't List
Don’t talk to me.
Don’t forget, I’m gonna need a ride.
Don’t wear those shorts in front of my friends again.
Don’t you think I need a new phone?
Don’t touch my stuff.
Don’t worry Dad, I’ll be home on time.
Don’t you like my hair?
And don’t ever, ever forget . . .
I’ll always be your little girl.
Mitch's Don't List
Don’t forget my bat, my glove, my water, and my DS.
Don’t worry Dad, I won’t get muddy in the creek.
Don’t change the channel.
Don’t make me ride the bus to band, please.
Don’t you want to throw the football with me?