Short Christmas Poems For Kids

Christmas Poems for Kids is the very place to find rhymes for children at the happiest time of the year.

Christmas Poems For Kids

Christmas Poems For Kids

Christmas is one of the most popular Christian festivals, which is celebrated around the World with huge pomp and gaiety. The day is celebrated on 25th of December, each year to commemorate the birth of Jesus, the great messiah. Christmas Poems for Kids may be the very place to find rhymes for kids at the happiest time of the year.

Christmas is much more fun for kids than for anybody else. On their behalf it’s the holiday time to have fun, play games within the snow, meet with friends and family, eating delicious candies and cakes, get involve in Christmas decorations, receive gifts, awaiting Santa Claus and singing Christmas carols and poems. Christmas poems are a good way for the children to

know more concerning the Christian traditions and their importance. Therefore it becomes essential for the parents to impart all of them with this knowledge about Christmas apart from all of the fun activities. We present a few of the Christmas poems for kids that have easy words to allow them to grab their meaning:

Kids Christmas Poems

A Chubby Snowman

A chubby little snowman
had a carrot nose.
Along came a bunny,
and what do you suppose?

That hungry little bunny,
looking for some lunch,
Grabbed that snowman’s nose,
Nibble, nibble, crunch

Christmas Alphabet

A for the animals, out in the stable,
B for the Babe in the manger cradle,
C for the carolers, happy and gay,
D for December, the 25th day,
E for the Eve when we’re all so excited,
F for the fun when the Christmas tree’s lighted,
G for the goose, so round and so fat,
H for the holly and Santa’s red hat,
I for the ice on snow-covered hills,
where sledding is fun, in spite of the spills,
J is for Jesus, the Christ child so dear,
We honor His birth on Christmas each year,
K for the kitchen where Mom cooks the feast,
L for the light shining way in the East,
M for the mistletoe. Watch where it hangs!
N is the noel the angels first sang,
O for the ornaments trimming the tree,
P for the presents, for you and for me,
Q for the quaking of shepherds in fear,
when the bright angels brought them the words of good cheer,
R for the reindeer, leaping the roofs,
S for the stockings that Santa Claus stuffs,
T for the toys, the tinsel, the tree,
U is for us- the whole family,
V is for visitors, friends far and near,
W is for welcoming wreaths on the wall,
X is for Xmas, with pleasures for all,
Y is for Yule logs whose bright sparks fly high,
to give a warm welcome to friends passing by,
Z is for zeal we show at this time
in giving to others and loving mankind.

Christmas is forever

Christmas is forever, not for just one day,
for loving, sharing, giving, are not to put away
like bells and lights and tinsel, in some box upon a shelf. The good you do for others is good you do yourself.

Short Christmas Poems For Kids

Short Christmas Poems For Kids

Some Children See Him

Some children see Him lily white
the infant Jesus born this night
Some children see Him lily white
with tresses soft and fair
Some children see Him bronzed and brown
the Lord of heav’n to earth come down
Some children see Him bronzed and brown
with dark and heavy hair (with dark and heavy hair!)
Some children see Him almond-eyed
This Saviour whom we kneel beside
Some children see Him almond-eyed
With skin of yellow hue!
Some children see Him dark as they
Sweet Mary’s Son to whom we pray
Some children see Him dark as they
And, ah! they love Him so!
The children in each different place
Will see the Baby Jesus’ face
Like theirs but bright with heav’nly grace
And filled with holy light!
O lay aside each earthly thing
and with thy heart as offering
Come worship now the infant King
’tis love that’s born tonight!
’tis love that’s born tonight!

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