I’m a Little Teapot Poem A New and Original Version

Little Teapot

“I’m a Little Teapot” is a popular children’s song and nursery rhyme that was first published in 1939. The lyrics were written by George Harry Sanders and the music was composed by Clarence Z. Kelley.

The song is a fun and interactive way for children to learn about shapes and actions. The lyrics describe the teapot as having a spout, handle, and lid, and encourage children to “tip” the teapot and “pour” the tea.

The song is usually sung in English, but has been translated into many different languages and is enjoyed by children all over the world. It has also been adapted into different versions, including a remix that adds a modern twist to the classic tune.

“I’m a Little Teapot” has become a cultural icon and has been featured in various media, including television shows, movies, and even video games. Its catchy tune and playful lyrics have made it a beloved children’s song for generations.

I’m a Little Teapot (New Version)

I’m a little robot, short and stout,

Here is my code and here is my output.

When I get an error, hear me shout,

Just hit refresh and watch me work it out!

I’m a Little Teapot (Original Version)

I’m a little teapot, short and stout

Here is my handle, here is my spout

When I get all steamed up, hear me shout

Tip me over and pour me out!

I’m a very special pot, it’s true

Here’s an example of what I can do

I can turn my handle into a spout

Just tip me over and pour me out!

Hey kids, how did you like this Little Teapot  Poem? Did it make you smile or help you roam To a world of wonder and imagination, Full of colors, shapes, and sensation.

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