Easy Children's Christmas Poems
Share our collection of easy children's Christmas poems with the little ones in your life. Easy verses to
read to them, or for the child to recite.
Christmas is not easy when a child is waiting for the big day to come. Reading poems or books about
Christmas is a great way to entertain and help the child contain their excitement.
Poet: Jane Belk Moncure
Reindeer prancing through the snow
Sleigh bells jingling as they go
Now I know that Santa's near.
This is what I hear:
Tap, tap, tap!
Thump, thump, thump!
down the chimney
with a bump!
I will not move.
I will not peep!
For Santa thinks
I'm fast asleep!
Poet: Colleen L. Reece
are like peppermint sticks.
The more I lick them
the smaller they get!
When I'm done
and get ready for bed,
I stick out my tongue
and it's candy cane red!
Are The Reindeer
Poet: Rowena Bennett
"Are the reindeer in the rain, dear?"
Asked Mrs. Santa Claus.
"No. I put them in the bard, dear,
To dry their little paws."
"Is the sleigh, sir, put away, sir,
In the barn beside the deer?"
"Yes, I'm going to get it ready
To use again next year."
And the pack, dear, is it back, dear?"
"Yes. It's empty of its toys,
And tomorrow I'll start filling it,
For next year's girls and boys."
Poet: James Stephens
In the winter time we go
Walking in the fields of snow;
Where there is no grass at all;
Where the top of every wall,
Every fence and every tree,
Is as white as white can be.
Pointing out the way we came,
- Every one of them the same -
All across the fields there be
Prints in silver filigree;
And our mothers always know,
By the footprints in the snow,
Where it is the children go.
A Ride With Santa
Poet: Ovie Pedigo Tanner
I wish that dear old Santa
Would take me for a ride;
I’d like to drive his reindeer
And sit by Santa’s side.
I'd like to help old Santa
Find all the girls and boys,
So each one might be happy
With Christmas books and toys.
Jingle, jingle, jingle, jingle,
Christmas toys we'd bring.
Jingle, jingle, jingle, jingle,
How the bells would ring!
Poet: Judy K. Owen
I like Christmas, for it brings lots of joy;
Little children are happy over every Christmas toy.
And on this night so long ago
The angels sang on this wonderful night;
And around them shone a holy light.
Poet: Gay Dowling
A pound of fun
And a pound of joy
Make a nice present
For a girl or boy.
A cup of goodness
And a cup of love
Really are gifts
From heaven above.
A pinch of holly
And a pinch of pine -
Now, we know
It's Christmas time.
Poet: Joyce Howland
People are as busy as bees,
Carrying home their Christmas trees.
Putting on their pretty lights
And decorations very bright.
Poet: Iris Lane Franklin
Christmas is for mistletoe,
Evergreens, and holly;
Christmas is for Santa Claus,
Red and fat and jolly.
Christmas is for hearts to love
And voices to sing,
For on that day in Bethlehem
Was born the Christ, our King.
Song of Santa's Helper
Poet: Ernestine Cobern Beyer
I'm Jingle, the elf, I am glad to tell!
I was born, they say, in a jingle bell!
I' little and nimble and jolly, oh,
And my cheeks are redder than holly, oh!
I curry young Rudolph and rouge his nose;
I shine the sleigh till it gleams and glows!
I give rubber toys their jolly squeak,
And tenderly color the dolly's cheek!
When Santa sets off on his Christmas trip,
I sit at his side, and I crack the whip
Until he exclaims with a merry, "Whoa!
Our first stop, please, is Ontario!"
I'm Jingle, the elf! I am gay and spry!
From toe to tassel, I'm two feet high!
I work and I sing and I whistle, oh,
And my heart is as merry as mistletoe!
Christmas Quotes for Children
Dear Father-God, this is my prayer:
Watch over children everywhere.
Christmas is a happy time: people sing, and glad bells chime
Songs are different, every one; and everybody who sings has fun.
Seeing Santa's picture everywhere seems to say
It won't be long till Christmas Day.
Christmas will always be as long as we stand heart to heart and hand in hand.
Christmas is doing a little something extra for someone.
Charles M. Schulz
O! You better watch out! You better not cry
Better not pout I'm telling you why
Santa Claus is coming to town
John Frederick Coots
Is There Really A Santa
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