The Spring holidays resemble a fresh start, and it’s time to refresh the kiddos excitement with these fun Easter poems for kids.

Be prepared to entertain and keep the learning fun with Easter poems about Peter Cottontail, a bunny with floppy ears, and little Easter eggs that go missing!

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Short Easter Poems for Kids

These short Easter poems for kids are perfect for your little ones. 

They are sung to familiar tunes, which helps with memorization and language development. 

The following poems are great as Easter programs for families, reading ctivities, vocabulary lessons, and so much more.  

Jelly Beans

By Little Learning Corner (sung to Twinkle Twinkle)

Squishy, chewy,

Jelly beans,

Hidden in the Easter grass.

Purple, orange,

Red and green,

I don’t know which to eat.

Squishy, chewy,

Jelly beans,

Your flavors are so yummy!

jelly beans Easter poem for kids
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Ten Little Peeps

By Little Learning Corner

One little, two little,

three little peeps.

Four little, five little,

six little peeps.

Seven little, eight little,

nine little peeps.

Ten little peeps taste so yummy.

peeps Easter poem for kids
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Easter Bunny Poem

The Easter Bunny’s feet

go hop, hop, hop.

His big pink ears

go flop, flop, flop.

He is rushing on his way

to bring eggs on Easter day,

with a hop, flop,

hop, flop, hop!

Easter bunny poem for kids
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Physical movement improves academics social-emotional well-being (NEAToday). 

I’m sure you can picture it now; the kiddos are pretending to have floppy ears as they hop around, and reach down to pick up Easter eggs. 

This will increase their mood, because they are getting the opportunity to act silly and have fun.

 Then, they will be excited as you sit them down to do a mini-lesson and a Build-a-Poem activity.

With the Easter Bunny poem, you could do mini lessons on rhyming and _op family words. 

When putting your kiddos into centers, you can have them complete the Easter Bunny Build a Poem

This is a pocket chart poem where the kiddos use large word cards to build the familiar poem.

 

Easter Egg Hunt

(Author unknown)

The Easter Bunny’s

been here today.

He dropped colorful eggs along the way.

Follow the clues-

You need to be wise.

As they will lead you

to your prize!

Easter egg hunt poem for kids
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Ten Little Bunnies

By Little Learning Corner

One little, two little, 

three little bunnies. 

Four little, five little,

six little bunnies.

Seven little, eight little,

nine little bunnies.

Ten little bunnies hiding the eggs. 

ten little bunnies poem and song for kids
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More Fun Easter Poems for Kids

Keep the fun going with these additional Easter poems for kids.  They are great for your early readers in kindergarten, first, and second grade.  

Five Little Rabbits

(author unknown)

Five little rabbits went hop, hop, hop.

Children called out, “Stop, stop, stop!”

The first little rabbit said, “Run, run, run!”

The second little rabbit said, “Fun, fun, fun!”

The third little rabbit’s foot went thump, thump, thump.

The fourth little rabbit went jump, jump, jump.

The fifth little rabbit yawned and went to sleep, sleep, sleep.

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Peter Cottontail Poem

Here comes Peter Cottontail

hopping down the bunny trail.

Hippity, hoppity,

Easter’s on it’s way!

Bringing every girl and boy

baskets full of Easter joy.

Hippity, hoppity,

Happy Easter Day!

 

The Peter Cottontail Build a Poem will also be one of your kiddos favorite poetry centers! Just as the reviews say, this is the perfect addition to your Easter Bunny unit. 

As you’re working with a guided reading group, you’ll catch yourself in awe over how much the kiddos love working together to build these Easter poems for kids!

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5 Little Easter Eggs

Five little Easter eggs. Oh, I wish I had more.

Mommy ate the pink one, now there are four.

Four little Easter eggs hidden by me,

Daddy found this red one, now there are three.

Three little Easter eggs. Will they find the blue?

My sister ate the yellow one. Now there are two.

Two little Easter eggs. Oh, this is fun!

My brother ate the green one. Now there is one.

One little Easter egg. What color will it be?

Wait! Who ate the last one?

It wasn’t me!

Five Little Easter Eggs poem for kids
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To top it off, set out the 5 Little Easter Eggs Build a Poem as an interactive poetry center. 

They can use the word cards to build the poem in a pocket chart, or on the floor. 

This makes a great independent work station for the kiddos to work together to achieve a project (the poem).

As an incentive for finishing the poem, I let my kiddos recite the poem to the class when centers were over.

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Religious Easter Poems for Kids

Mathew 28:6

The Easter egg is hollow,

Just like they found the tomb;

For it’s meant to represent

Christ has risen for you.

Easter is Life

Author Unknown

Easter is life,

Easter is hope.

Easter is the renew of those

Good human values.

Easter is Jesus in the heart.

Jelly Bean Prayer

Red is for the blood Christ gave.

Green is for the grass he made.

Yellow is for God’s light so bright.

Orange is for prayers at night.

Black is for the sins we made.

White is for the grace he gave.

Purple is for His hour of sorrow.

Pink is for a new tomorrow.

 

Easter Egg Activities for Kids

Easter egg activities are the perfect way to get your students excited for Spring!

Whether you have kids at home you’re looking to entertain, or a classroom full of kindergarten or first grade kiddos, you can get them engaged in this Easter egg word family activity, today.

 

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Easter poems for kids