Easter Poems for Preschoolers 2020

If you are looking for Easter Poems for Preschoolers 2020 then you are at the right place. A little Easter poetry goes well with a child’s candy basket. Tuck a poem into a plastic egg with a few jelly beans or include it in a card and watch your child’s face light up.

Easter is a religious holiday, but there are secular traditions that go along with it. These poems reflect a Christian perspective on the holiday.

Easter is only a few days away, and it is a great reason to get your children involved in fun-based educational activities. This CelebrationJoy article has some of the most popular Easter poems for kids, which they can learn and recite. Now check out Easter Poems for Preschoolers 2020.

Easter Poems for Preschoolers 2020

Going to Church on Easter Morn

By Kelly Roper

Up with the sunrise,
Excitement is in the air,
Easter morning
It is finally here.

Brand new clothes
and a freshly washed face,
Going to church to give thanks
For God’s grace.

 

Jesus Rose on Easter Day

By Kelly Roper

Jesus rose on Easter day,
The stone by his tomb was rolled away.
He conquered death upon that day,
And He lives again to show us the way.

Easter Poems for Preschoolers

Easter Poems for Preschoolers 2020

Coloring an Easter Egg

By Kelly Roper

First, you take a nice white egg
And put it in a wire holder.
Then dip it in the cup of dye
And soak it until the color is bolder.

Then lay it on a paper towel
And let it dry awhile.
And then you have an Easter egg
So pretty it will make you smile.

You can also use a crayon
to draw on fancy designs,
Like polka dots and a lot of stripes
Or even zigzag lines.

Then dip the egg into the dye
And let the color sink in.
It’ll look so neat when you lift it out,
It will surely make you grin.

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Why an Easter Bunny?

By Kelly Roper

You may think that this sounds funny,
But why do we get eggs from the Easter bunny?
Shouldn’t there be an Easter Chicken
With her scrawny legs a-kicking’
As she rushes around in a whirl
Leaving eggs for each boy and girl?

Easter Poems for Preschoolers

Easter Poems for Preschoolers 2020

To My Chocolate Easter Bunny

By Kelly Roper

Mom said not to eat you all at once
Or I would be quite sick.
But I can’t resist your chocolatey ears,
So I’ll eat them really quickly.

Those ears were so delicious,
Maybe I’ll have just one more bite.
And then I’ll save the rest of you
For later on tonight.

Guess I got a little carried away,
I’ve eaten you down to your tummy.
It’s not my fault I can’t resist
Because you are so yummy.

It seems a shame to put what’s left
Back in that festive box.
I’ll just finish you – wait, what’s that I feel?
My belly’s having aftershocks!

I should have listened to my mom.
She warned me what would happen.
If I had listened to her my stomach
Wouldn’t be growling and snapping.

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The Last Plastic Egg

By Michele Meleen

The grass is green
and you are blue,
so why oh why
can’t I find you?

One plastic egg
left to find.
I must keep looking,
no candy gets left behind!

 

Easter Bunny Nerves

By Michele Meleen

Giant fluffy Easter Bunny
how did you grow so tall?
I thought you’d be small
which isn’t scary at all.

But, now that I see you
I’m not quite so sure
I want to cuddle
your giant fluffy fur!

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Updated: March 23, 2020 — 4:25 pm

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