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Short and Simple Easter Poems for Kids

Short and Simple Easter Poems for Kids
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.
Shruti Bhat
Last Updated: May 4, 2018
The name Easter owes its origin from Eastre, the Anglo-Saxon goddess who symbolizes hare and egg.
Easter is right around the corner, which makes it the perfect time and opportunity to inculcate value, tradition, and introduce children to the different aspects of this auspicious day. And the best way to do this is by teaching them simple and easy-to-remember poems about the various aspects of the festival.

Gain their attention and build their interest with small topics that are filled with fun limericks and simple innocent topics, viz., bunnies and eggs. This works exceptionally well with younger children, especially when you add in puppets or funny actions and expressions. Once you have their attention, gradually progress to a little more thought-provoking topics such as sacrifice, resurrection, Jesus' love, grace, etc.

For slightly older kids, you can ask them to write down speeches, interpretations, thoughts, views, and even poems. For now, let them begin with memorizing the below-given Easter poems for kids.
Easter Poems for Children
Easter Bunny Hippity Hop
Easter bunny, hippity hop
Hide 'til Easter morning
Easter bunny, hippity hop
UP! Pops the bunny!
Easter Bunny Chant
Funny little bunny
Sat on a stump
Flicked his floppy ears
And gave a jump!
Easter Bunny
Hop along little Easter bunny
Hop along little Easter bunny
Hop along 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!
Rabbit Doesn't Have A Tail At All
Rabbit doesn't have a tail at all
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
Than his tail, than his tail
His ears are longer than his tail
It's a powder puff
Did You Ever See A Bunny?
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 backwards
That hops on one foot
Easter Eggs
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?
Finding a Treat
Hippy hop, hippity hop.
Will the Easter Bunny stop?
Will he leave a treat behind,
An Easter basket for me to find?

I'll look over here,
I'll look over there,
I'll look behind things,
I'll look everywhere
I'll look until I find my treat,
And then I'll sit right down and eat.
See the Easter Bunny
See how the bunny hops along,
hops along, hops along.
See how the bunny hops along, (crouch and hop)
On an Easter morning.

This is the way he wiggles his nose,
wiggles his nose, wiggles his nose (wiggle nose)
This is the way he wiggles his nose,
On an Easter morning.

This is the way he flops his ears ... etc.
Easter Bunny
Easter bunny soft and white
Hopping quickly out of sight.
Thank you for the eggs you bring
At Easter time to welcome spring.

Yellow eggs and blue and red
In the grass and flower bed
We will hunt them everywhere
Is it really you who put them there?
Easter Everywhere
Rabbits are soft and cuddly
Baby chickens, too.
Easter eggs are for baskets
White and pink and blue.

Easter cards of greeting,
Music is in the air,
Lilies just to tell us
It's Easter everywhere.
The Easter Bunny's feet
Go hop, hop, hop,
While his big pink ears
Go flop, flop, flop.
He is rushing on his way
To bring our eggs on Easter Day,
With a hop, flop, hop, flop, hop.
Bunnies are brown
Bunnies are white
Bunnies are always
An Easter delight.
Bunnies are cuddly
Large and small
But I like the chocolate ones of them all.
Five Baby Bunnies
Five baby bunnies hopping out to play,
Hopping in the forest on happy Easter Day.

The first baby bunny carried his new cane,
He twirled as he came hopping down the lane.

The second baby bunny came to the river's brink.
Tasted the cool water and took a long, long drink.

The third baby bunny tied her bonnet so new,
Under her chin, a bow of pink, white, and blue.

The fourth baby bunny skipped down the shady lane.
He opened his umbrella just in case of rain.

The fifth baby bunny said, "Look what I see"
Lots and lots of colored eggs hiding near the tree.
Sky Bunnies
The sky is full of bunny clouds
So soft and fat and white,
I wonder if they're hiding eggs
For stars to find at night.

Because it's Easter Eve, you know,
And there's no reason why
There shouldn't be an Easter hunt
In meadows in the sky.

The tulips in the garden
Are wearing yellow hats;
The pussywillows by the brook
Have fur like any cats'.
The bee is honey hunting;
The robin's chirp is gay;
And all the world is singing,
"Oh, happy Easter Day!"
Easter Speech Topics for Kids
  • Celebration of Easter
  • Easter Bunny
  • Easter Eggs
  • Grace
  • Jesus' Love
  • Resurrection of Christ
  • The Cross
  • Eggs Arimathaea Sacrifice Thorns Everlasting Resurrection
For best results from children, tell them the story, message, and significance behind celebrating Easter. Once you are done with that, encourage them to interpret what they have understood in their words. This will help them realize that celebration is not just about eating chocolates and egg hunts, but it has more to do with life, forgiveness, sacrifice, and the love for Jesus Christ, etc. Simultaneously, it will teach them to put their views and thoughts into words.