Easter Poems for Friends 2020

Here we have Easter Poems for Friends 2020. I hope you enjoy this great collection of Easter Poems ranging from Christian poems to cute poems for children

Learn about the legend of the Dogwood tree and more. As a child, I used to love Easter.

We got to color beautiful Easter eggs and later have an Easter egg hunt.

We would eat an assortment of Easter candy like chocolate bunnies, jelly beans, and marshmallow peeps usually without restraint until we got sick.

My father would give us either a LIVE Easter bunny or baby chick. We lived in a rural area and had farm animals. We would watch the baby chicks peck their way out of an egg or the rabbits would give birth to a litter of adorable bunnies around Easter.

My mother gave us lots of Spring toys to celebrate surviving another long dreary winter. She’d give us yo-yo’s, airplanes, or little sailboats to sail in my father’s acre lake.

The crocuses and daffodils would break through the melting snow and display their breath-taking beauty.

Spring is like a great metaphor for life. There is a lot of personal growth that comes out of the cold barren experiences in our life. It is the winters in our life that give birth to new growth, new insights, and re-birth.

Our spirituality and belief in a Higher Power can help us triumph over the seemingly disparate and desolate times of our life.

Celebrate this season of resurrection and re-birth! and now check out Easter Poems for Friends 2020.

Easter Poems for Friends 2020

The Bunny Fingerplay
Here is a bunny (make a bunny with hand)
With ears so funny (wiggle ears)
And this is his/her hole in the ground (make a hole with another hand)
When a noise she hears (listen intently)
She pricks up her ears (straighten ears)
And jumps in her hole in the ground (make the bunny jump into a hole)

Rabbit Doesn’t Have A Tail At All
(Sung to “London Bridge”)
Rabbit doesn’t have a tail at all
The tail at all, tail at all
Rabbit doesn’t have a tail at all
Just a powder puff
His ears are longer than his tail
Then his tail, then his tail
His ears are longer than his tail
It’s a powder puff

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Easter Poems for Friends 2020

Did You Ever See A Bunny?
(Sung to “Did You Ever See A Lassie?”)
Did you ever see a bunny, a bunny, a bunny
Did you ever see a bunny that hops so slow
He hops, and hops, and hops, and hops
Did you ever see a bunny that hops so slow

Additional Verses:
That hops so fast
That hops backward
That hops on one foot

Easter Bunny
(Sung to “Ten Little Indians”)
Hop along with little Easter bunny
Hop along with little Easter bunny
Hop along with little Easter bunny
Hop along your way
Hide all the eggs and Easter candy
Hide all the eggs and Easter candy
Hide all the eggs and Easter candy
Hop along your way

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Easter Poems for Friends 2020

Easter Eggs
(Sung to the tune of “Jingle Bells”)
could be used for flannel board too
Easter eggs,
Easter eggs
Eggs of orange and blue.
Here’ are lots of colored eggs
All for me and you.
Chocolate eggs
colored brown,
Jelly beans bright green
Aren’t these the most beautiful eggs
That you have ever seen?

Bunny, Bunny
Bunny, white bunny (Place pointer fingers beside head)
With ears so tall.
And your two pink eyes
And a mouth so small. (Make O with the mouth)
Wiggle goes one ear. (Wiggle one finger)
Wiggle goes the other. (Wiggle another finger)
Hop, hop, hop, hop home to your mother! (Hop away in four hops)

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Updated: March 23, 2020 — 6:50 pm

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