N is like M only thinner;
It
didn't eat quite as much dinner— For Nick and Noelle
Two lines parallel
And a diagonal one cross the center.
O is entirely round—
Not a single straight line to be found.
Like a wide open mouth
Saying oops! oh! or ouch!
It makes oceans and oranges abound!
The next of the letters is P
For people and peanuts and please.
Let one straight line prop
With a loop on the top
And you'll make lots of pumpkins and peas!
Q comes next without fail
With quarters, quick questions, and quails:
First a circle that's fat,
Then like the back of a cat
A straight line sticks out like a tail.
R is ever so clever.
It's P and K blended together.
The top hoops about
The bottom leg kicks out—
To run or read there's no better!
S is a letter with style
With summertime, sunshine, and smiles.
Go up and around
Then back around down
Like a snake that slithers for miles!
T is terrific and true
Standing tall as all towers do.
One straight line sits over,
The other points lower
For tigers, trees, and tickles too!
U comes right after T.
It also comes just before V—
An upside down hump
A straight line it bumps:
Unicorn, universe, unique!
V is very healthy—it's true!
With vitamins and vegetables for you.
Two straight lines point down
And meet at the ground
For vacations and violins, too!
W is just like 2 Vs
Stuck together—like twins, Siamese
With why, when, and where?
And who will be there?
W makes words work with ease!
X is the letter that's next.
Not many words start with an X
But X marks the spot
With two lines that cross—
X is never quite what you expect!
The next  to  last letter is Y
For years and yes, give it a try!
Like a small V that sits
On top of a stick
Reaching for the yellow sun in the sky!
Z comes last for a reason
Bringing zeal, zap, and zest to all seasons.
One straight line slants down,
Then at foot and at crown
Two other lines zip—very pleasing!
