141 Children Quotes

This collection of children quotes should remind all of us of the treasure that each and every child truly is. Each child is a blessing; a child to behold, to love, to cherish, to comfort and to help mature in ways that are good and noble. A child will grow as you model the behavior that is desirable. You may also enjoy our collection of poems about children.


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  1. When a child learns to submit to his parents’ loving leadership, less conflict occurs, harmony prevails, and the parent-child relationship is greatly enhanced. Den Trumbull, Loving by Leading
    Poems of Encouragement



  2. "It's always been my feeling that God lends you your children until they're about eighteen years old. If you haven't made your points with them by then, it's too late." Betty Ford
    Christian Poems



  3. Every child is a different kind of flower and all together make this world a beautiful garden. Gbenro Ajibade
    Garden Poems



  4. Children may be able to play but without friendship, the thrills of play soon subside. Samatha Anne Marie Lynch
    Friendship Poems



  5. The mother's heart is always with her children. Proverb
    Mothers Day Poems



  6. To a child, they can be a treasure full of glee - picture books and storybooks oh, how a child loves to look. Catherine Pulsifer, Show Us Many Things
    Poems About Books



  7. Let me love you a little more, before you are not little anymore. Unknown
    Valentines Day Poems



  8. children reminds up to use our imagination...
  9. "Children remind us to use our imagination, to have fun, and to enjoy the simple things that life has to offer." Catherine Pulsifer
    Imagination Quotes



  10. Just as the farmer who expects crops needs to till, plant, water, weed, watch, and pray, the parent who desires to see a harvest in the heart of his or her child must do the same. Voddie Baucham Jr., Family Driven Faith
    Poems About Family



  11. Being a parent is not an easy thing - you want the best for your child Kate Summers, Being A Parent
    Poems About Parent



  12. Listen to the Shouldn'ts, the Impossibles, the Won'ts. Listen to the Never Haves, then listen close to me. Anything can happen, child, Anything can be. Shel Silverstein, Listen
    Where The Sidewalk Ends Poem



  13. I was a child, and childhood's richest treasures, a father's care and mother's kiss, were mine Ellwood Haines Stokes, Full Blossomed
    Poems About Memories



  14. Remember that children, marriages, and flower gardens reflect the kind of care they get. H. Jackson Brown, Jr.
    Garden Poems



  15. Halloween a time children love to see - a time they can dress up as they please. Catherine Pulsifer, A Time of Fun
    Halloween Poems



  16. To smile and listen while it talks and lend a finger when it walks; this is a Mother's Love. James Montgomery, A Mother's Love
    A Mother's Love Poem



  17. A small boy is a pain in the neck when he is around, and a pain in the heart when he is not. Unknown
    Funny Poems About Life



  18. Count my blessings every day for these children in every way. Catherine Pulsifer, Such Joy
    Poems About Grandchildren



  19. The book of the new year is opened; its pages are spotless and new; and so, as each leaflet is turning, dear children, beware what you do! Emily Bugbee Johnson, The Book Of The New Year
    New Year Poems



  20. The greatest tribute a boy can give to his father is to say, 'When I grow up, I want to be just like my dad.' Billy Graham
    Dad Poems



  21. Your greatest contribution to the kingdom of God might not be something you do, but someone you raise. Andy Stanley
    Poems About Mothers



  22. Kids don't tell you often enough how much they appreciate you. But at home, we hear how much they do. Catherine Pulsifer, We Appreciate You
    Christmas Poems for Teachers



  23. When I approach a child, he inspires in me two sentiments; tenderness for what he is, and respect for what he may become. Louis Pasteur
    Respect Quotes



  24. All parents desire their children to be happy. No matter how bitter their own life has been
  25. All parents desire their children to be happy. No matter how bitter their own life has been Grace Gold
    Poems About Happiness



  26. The peace of childhood's lovely dreams, and I, grown old, almost forget the truths with which I am beset. Edgar A. Guest, Christmas Eve
    Christmas Eve Poems



  27. The children's eyes are so bright as we turn on the Christmas tree lights. They are so full of excitement and joy. Catherine Pulsifer, Presents Under The Tree
    Christmas Tree Poems



  28. The man the world shall need some day may be your little boy or mine. Edgar A. Guest
    Father Son Poems



  29. Reading should not be presented to children as a chore, a duty. It should be offered as a gift. Kate DiCamillo
    Quotes about Reading



  30. We stand our best chance of leaving a legacy to those who want to learn, our children, by standing firm. In matters of style, hey, swing with the stream. But in matters of principle, you need to stand like a rock. Kevin Costner
    Legacy Quotes



  31. Children and mothers never truly part. They're bound in the beating of each other's heart. Author Unknown
    Mothers Day Poem From Son



  32. Who sends th' children off to school to play football and act th' fool? Father Nat Campbell, Who Is Father
    A Father Is



  33. We watched you grow - we were so proud we glowed. Kate Summers, A Head Of Curls
    Poems About Daughter



  34. Going to see my grandparents was the highlight of my childhood summers. I was doted upon, admired, entertained and overfed. I was never more content and happy. Carolyn Anthony
    Quotes on Grandparents



  35. ... the temple the teacher builded will last while the ages roll; for the beautiful, unseen temple, was a child's immortal soul. Hattie Vose Hall, A Tribute To Teachers
    Teacher Appreciation Poem



  36. God knew that it doesn’t matter how your children get to your family. It just matters that they got there. Kira Mortenson
    Adoption Poems



  37. We are better during the time for having, in the soul, become a youngster again at Christmas time Laura Ingalls Wilder
    Famous Christmas Poems



  38. Sometimes, when I see my granddaughters make small discoveries of their own, I wish I were a child. Dr. Seuss
    Birthday Poems For Granddaughter



  39. Babies for such a short time, children grow up way to fast, enjoy each day with them. Catherine Pulsifer
    Quotes About Babies



  40. For it is good to be children sometimes, and never better than at Christmas, when its mighty Founder was a child Himself. Charles Dickens
    Christian Christmas Poems



  41. I think we all know deep in our heart that babies are from God and give a fresh start Catherine Pulsifer, Why
    Baby Poems



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  43. Children and Grandmas are like peanut butter and jam. Victoria L. Adenson
    Grandma Quotes



  44. To bring up a child in the way he should go, travel that way yourself once in a while. Josh Billings
    Famous Poems About Life



  45. The children hang their stockings and they hurry off to bed, to lie awake and listen for Santa Claus o'erhead. Anne J. Harper, Welcome Vistor
    Christmas Eve Poems



  46. We look too far for blessings...we ought to be like children who find their chiefest toys Sarah Knowles Bolton, Blessings Near At Hand
    Poems About Contentment



  47. Kids are hilarious. They say the darndest things, but that’s just because they don’t know what they’re saying and that just makes much more funniness happen. Kenan Thompson
    Funny Fathers Day Poems



  48. A superstition of great beauty prevails in Ireland - that when a child smiles in its sleep it is talking to angels. Alfred Fowler
    Poems About Angels



  49. And those grandchildren, sporting round thy knee, thy little subjects, looking up to thee as one who claims their fond allegiance still. Bernard Barton, Not So!
    Growing Old Poems



  50. We teach our children that Christmas, is trees, pageants and presents. But let us not forget, first, that Christmas is Jesus event! Julie Hebert, What Christmas Is All About
    Christmas Poems



  51. Better to teach a child than toil to fill perfection's round George McDonald, Better Things
    Optimistic Poems



  52. I believe in the imagination, the trust, the hopes and ideals which dwell in the hearts of all children. Ozora Davis, Mom Believes
    Mom Poems



  53. Sisters and brothers are together for life. Growing up, there is at times, strife but, no matter what there is always a bond Catherine Pulsifer, Lifelong Sister and Brother
    Brother Poems From Sister



  54. Our children are precious and such a joy even when we trip on their toys.
  55. Our children are precious and such a joy even when we trip on their toys. Catherine Pulsifer, The Reasons Are Many
    Happy Fathers Day To My Husband



  56. The fall it starts to cool and the children venture back to school Catherine Pulsifer, The Seasons
    Poems About The Seasons



  57. If parents are disrespectful, children will catch it like a cold. If parents are gracious, children will bask in it like the beach on a sunny day. Michael Cannon
    Poems About Poetry



  58. Teaching kids how to feed themselves and how to live in a community responsibly is the center of an education. Alice Waters
    Community Quotes



  59. Children are the most wholesome part of the race, the sweetest, for they are the freshest from the Hand of God. Herbert Hoover
    Poems About God



  60. Dear little arms that cling and twine around thy mother's lonely heart; dear little hands laid in my own, God grant that we may never part. Annie Russell, My Baby
    Thankful For My Child



  61. good manners is the most important quality ...
  62. "... good manners is the most important quality to be nurtured inside the home." Claire Stranberg, Raising Kids With Good Manners
    Home Quotes



  63. For we God's children are and dear to Him, and to each other near in close relationship. Guy Hootman, Relationship
    Poems About Prayer



  64. The first day of school is the reason why children are happy but then some cry Catherine Pulsifer, First Day
    Poems About School



  65. Others weary of the noise, Mothers play with boys and girls. Amos R. Wells, Mothers And Others
    Prayer for Mother



  66. "Before you were conceived I wanted you In today’s busy, two-career and single-parent families, an involved grandparent can go a long way to filling a void for children. Susan Bosak
    Grandparents Poems



  67. a child needs thier father
  68. I cannot think of any need in childhood as strong as the need for a father's protection. Sigmund Freud
    Father Quotes



  69. "We couldn't of asked, for a better first child, you've made true to all of our hopes." Julie Hebert, Thankful For My Child
    Poems About Hope



  70. But everyday I'm growing . . .I'll be all grown-up someday, and all the tiny fingerprints will surely fade away. Unknown, My Handprints
    Poems About Hands



  71. Sunsets, like childhood, are viewed with wonder not just because they are beautiful but because they are fleeting. Richard Paul Evans
    Sunset Quotes



  72. If you lead your child to good waters (the wisdom of the inspired Word of God), they will drink from a fountain of well-being. Cookie Schwaeber-Issan, Mistake-proof Parenting
    Fathers Day Poems



  73. Beautiful snow! Childhood's quick glances see the bright fancies Major Sigourney, Beautiful Snow
    Poems About Snowflakes



  74. children are...
  75. "Children are likely to live up to what you believe in them." Lady Bird Johnson
    Believe Quotes



  76. One of the great miracles of life given through our God above is that of the birth of a child. A child is a blessing like no other and can never be duplicated. Byron Pulsifer
    A Father's Prayer



  77. One of the great miracles of life given through our God above is that of the birth of a child. A child is a blessing like no other and can never be duplicated Byron Pulsifer
    Quotes About God's Blessings



  78. One child sees sunlit air and sky and bursting leaf buds, round and ruddy; another looks at his own feet, and only sees that it is muddy! Henrietta R. Eliot, What You See
    Attitude Poems



  79. A child should always say what’s true R. L. Stevenson, Good Manners
    Keys For Life



  80. Lack of trust, whether justified or not, is a major cause of arguments between parents and children, and, later, between relatives. Responsibility breeds trust. Rick Brinkman, Dealing with Relatives: Your Guide to Successful Family Relationships
    Short Family Quotes



  81. Kids love reciting rhyming verses and poems - watch the smile they bring to a child's face Catherine Pulsifer



  82. children are our most valuable natural resource
  83. "Children are our most valuable natural resource." Herbert Hoover
    Wealth Quotes



  84. ... treasure the time you have to spend, each day with your child. Julie Hebert, From One Mother To Another
    For Mom



  85. When children are playing alone on the green, in comes the playmate that never was seen.
    Poetry of Robert Louis Stevenson, The Unseen Playmate



  86. May I still remember the bright hours that found me walking over the silent hills of my childhood Max Ehrmann
    A Prayer



  87. Girls and boys leave your toys. Come and taste cold-weather joys.Bring your sleds and bring your skates. Cobb, Winter Waits
    Winter Poems



  88. Mother is the name for God in the lips and hearts of little children. William Makepeace Thackeray
    Words For A Wonderful Mother



  89. I am proud of you my wonderful treasure
    You are special, unique and a wonderful pleasure! Catherine Pulsifer, Baby Steps
    Appreciation Quotes



  90. ...the laughter of children make a home.
  91. Bricks and mortar make a house, but the laughter of children make a home. Irish Saying
    Irish Blessing Quotes



  92. Active, agile, playful, wild - who is happier than a child? Unknown, When We Were Boys
    A Laugh Pays Best In The End



  93. Children, ye are buds maturing; make your autumn rich and grand Unknown, Forest Trees
    Tree Poems



  94. Children and animals have a special relationship that every parent can see as their child grows Catherine Pulsifer
    Animal Poems For Kids



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  96. "If you can't hold children in your arms, please hold them in your heart." Mother Clara Hale
    Inspirational Quotes



  97. Train me, I beg you,that I may be a blessing to the world. Mamie Gene Cole
    Baby Shower Poems



  98. Ah ! well, if we could only know.....what joy and pleasure from us flow as we leave childhood years behind. Bernhart Paul Holst
    Poems on Life Lessons



  99. "Children are a wonderful gift . . . They have an extraordinary capacity to see into the heart of things and to expose sham and humbug for what they are." Desmond Tutu
    Opportunity Quotes



  100. stop trying to perfect your child....
  101. "Stop trying to perfect your child, but keep trying to perfect your relationship with him." Dr. Henker
    Quotes to Live By



  102. As children grow older our lives change, we learn to rearrange. Julie Hebert, Live Life
    Living Life Poem



  103. "A baby is born with a need to be loved - and never outgrows it." Frank A. Clark
    Short Love Quotes



  104. nothing you do for children is ever wasted
  105. "Nothing you do for children is ever wasted. They seem not to notice us, hovering, averting our eyes, and they seldom offer thanks, but what we do for them is never wasted." Garrison Keillor
    Attitude Quotes



  106. Often it is not until we have our own child that we realize how enormously capable they are from such a young age. Simone Davies, The Montessori Toddler
    Inspirational Poems



  107. "In the sheltered simplicity of the first days after a baby is born, one sees again the magical closed circle, the miraculous sense of two people existing only for each other." Anne Morrow Lindbergh
    Simplicity Quotes



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  109. "Babies are such a nice way to start people." Don Herrold
    Smile Quotes



  110. We are better throughout the year for having, in spirit, become a child again at Christmastime. Laura Ingalls Wilder
    Christmas Verses



  111. It is amazing to see how big they can be
    Yesterday so small today so tall. Catherine Pulsifer, Amazing To See
    Poems About Children Growing Up



  112. We can't wait to grow up and do different stuff. We can't wait to finish school - oh we think that will be cool! Catherine Pulsifer, We Can't Wait
    Poems About Waiting



  113. The “silent lessons” you give in your daily actions will have a much larger impact on your child’s life than when sitting down for important lectures. Randall Hicks, Step Parenting
    Actions Speak Louder Than Words



  114. a rich child often ....
  115. A rich child often sits in a poor mother's lap. Danish Proverb
    Poems On Mother



  116.  I never knew how much the place depended on each little face; how barren home could be and drear without its living beauties here. Edgar A. Guest, The Living Beauties
    Poems About Home



  117. A child is a butterfly in the wind, some can fly higher than others; but each one flies the best it can. Author Unknown
    Butterfly Poems



  118. "When you are a mother, you are never alone in your thoughts. A mother always has to think twice, once for herself and once for her child." Sophia Loren
    Positive Thoughts



  119. a child is sunshine and ...
  120. A child is sunshine and happy things
    They show us it doesn't matter about things. Catherine Pulsifer, A Child Is
    Poems about Children



  121. Little children, love each other, never give another pain;
    If your brother speak in anger, answer not in wrath again. Unknown
    Children Love One Another



  122. God bless you as you raise your child - when He saw your baby He looked down and smiled. Catherine Pulsifer, Your New Baby
    Welcome Baby



  123. "A new baby is like the beginning of all things-wonder, hope, a dream of possibilities." Eda J. Le Shan
    Hope Quotes



  124. a baby will make ....
  125. "A baby will make love stronger, days shorter, nights longer, bankroll smaller, home happier, clothes shabbier, the past forgotten, and the future worth living for." Author Unknown
    Happiness Quotes



  126. There is no other relationship like that of grandchildren and grandparents, it is a truly unique relationship. Kate Summers
    Grandchildren Quotes



  127. Birthdays may come and go but our precious little one we love thee so! Catherine Pulsifer, So Fast
    Happy Birthday Baby Girl or Boy



  128. Your children cannot maximize their potential gifts and future happiness if they do not feel that their inner natures are worthwhile and valuable. Carol Tuttle, The Child Whisperer
    Poems about Life



  129. children have a fresh point of view...
  130. Children have a fresh point of view, and if you choose to, you can learn from them. Judy Ford, Wonderful Ways to Love a Child
    Learning Quotes



  131. How important it is, for our children to know, we feel blessed and love them, the extra mile we will always go. Julie Hebert, Safe Keeping
    Baby Blessing Poem



  132. Children learn how to treat others from how they are treated themselves. Hillary Rodham Clinton, It Takes a Village
    Motivational Quotes



  133. How we raise our children has a huge impact on how they turn out later in life. Jasmine Miller, Parenting: Words They Will Remember
    Positive Quotes



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  135. Don't you love the spontaneity and creativity of children? James C. Dobson, Bringing Up Boys
    Creativity Quotes



  136. ...pray for God's little children - For all those children that need guidance Byron Pulsifer, Prayer To Serve
    Five Finger Prayer



  137. If you want to be a good dad, get to know your children and be involved in their lives. Bethany Bridges, How to Be a Good Dad
    Positive Poems



  138. a child's love
  139. A child will still love you even after you tell them no. Jake Slope, How to Be a Good Father
    Short Inspirational Quotes



  140. Ah! what would the world be to us if the children were no more?
    Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Children



  141. During a family meeting prior to the holiday season, have your children list simple ways that they could perform random acts of kindness for a sibling. Charlie Lee Austin, Frugal Seeds Christmas Edition
    Children's Christmas Poems



  142. The constant challenges and struggles of parenting are not only meaningful but are in fact the most meaningful moments in which to teach Philip Mamalakis, Parenting Toward the Kingdom
    Challenges Quotes



  143. children are so innocent....
  144. Children are so innocent, they truly need heroes, and being a friend to a child can make you a hero. Catherine Pulsifer
    Hero Wanted



  145. Trick or treat, oh, the children love the sweets. Kate Summers
    Halloween Quotes



  146. During early years, kids take a lot of cues from the adults in their lives, including lessons about trust, honesty, problem-solving, making friends, and developing relationships. Michelle Stewart, The Happy Family
    Be An Example Quotes



  147. True examples and honest deeds, we should to our children lay, It will make a happy home, in some future day. J.J. Thorne
    A Happy Home



  148. Laughter when heard causes smiles inward and when children laugh it can double you in half. Catherine Pulsifer, It Starts With A Smile
    Smile Poems



  149. success ....
  150. Success - To laugh often and much; To win the respect of intelligent people and the affection of children... Ralph Waldo Emerson
    Success Poem



  151. I love when children laugh outright, and shout in their playful glee John Imrie
    Laughing Quotes



  152. You can teach your child to have respect for others by inviting them to put themselves in other people's shoes. Nicoline Ambe, Being Dad
    Short Fathers Day Verses



  153. When any of us sees a new baby we all are in awe, such a tiny little person who grows and grows Catherine Pulsifer
    Where Did You Come From



  154. Children are a bridge to heaven.
  155. Children are a bridge to heaven. Persian Proverb
    Proverbs



  156. "The best inheritance a parent can give his children is a few minutes of his time each day." Orlando A. Battista
    Time Quotes



  157. Only a dad but he gives his all to smooth the way for his children small Edgar A. Guest
    Only A Dad



  158. To be fully well rounded, to be fully developed, and to really have the life that we hope for our children, I believe we need our children to grow in all four of these areas: smart, successful, nice, and happy. Pat Quinn, How to Parent a Genius
    Success Quotes



  159. "My love for my child is unbelievable, I never knew I could love so much." Julie Hebert, My Love For My Child
    Experience Quotes



  160. We know how fast you will grow. . .But as the years do pass - Our love for you will always last!
  161. We know how fast you will grow. . .But as the years do pass - Our love for you will always last! Catherine Pulsifer, Our Baby
    The Baby



  162. Better to teach a child than toil to fill perfection's round. George Macdonald
    Poems



  163. In payment for our babies small, but every one is worth it all. Edgar A. Guest, What A Baby Costs
    How Much Does A Baby Cost



  164. Grasshoppers are always a joy for a child to see. Many children love to try and catch them. Catherine Pulsifer
    Grasshopper Poem



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