The most beautiful Easter poems for children, to read together or memorize at school
Easter poems for children
In view of Easter, many classes have prepared beautiful works or poems to offer to the children. Poetry is a true classic of the most traditional religious holidays and serves to train the memory, as well as accustom children to the beauty of rhymes and verses. So here is a selection of the Easter poems for children most beautiful.
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Easter poems for children teacher Mary
Maestra Mary is a true inexhaustible well of original ideas for every occasion. And the section dedicated to Easter is no exception. In addition to jobs, tickets and coloring drawings, the site also includes a large chapter dedicated to Easter songs, nursery rhymes and poems, from the most famous to the most recent. We propose some of them
On this whole new day
the chick is out of the egg;
the shepherd with the lamb
plays the pipe beautifully
and the bell tolls
of the very distant church;
the happy swallows fly
and the violets on the banks say
“Easter welcome back
make your day happy! “.
It’s Easter this morning,
it’s Easter, my Lord!
For this the hill
wakes up all in bloom.
The silver of the olive trees
illuminates the slopes;
every fountain waits
with holy water;
bells and bells
they are all sisters
festive, humble, clear
they begin to sing.
Easter religious poems for children
Easter is above all a religious celebration. A moment in which we reflect on the death of Jesus, but we also celebrate his resurrection. So here are some poems with a purely religious theme, which speak of hope and peace.
Oh, the beautiful olive branches! who wants some?
They are blessed, the sun kissed them.
In these tender leaves
so many beautiful things are written there.
At the door, at the window, next to the bed
put the blessed olive tree in it!
Like the light and the serene stars:
a little peace is good for us
And Jesus saw again, beyond the Jordan,
campaigns under the reaper remorse,
his day was not far off.
And the women stood in the doors
of the houses, saying: Hail, Prophet!
He thought about the day of his death.
He sat down in the shadow of a goal
of wheat, and said: Except he who hides
bury the seed, it will not be the reaper.
He spoke of granaries in the skies:
and you, children, ran around him
with dry brown stalks in their heads.
He held those heads to his breast
brunettes; and Cephas spoke: If you sit there,
I fear for your irrelevant garment;
He embraced his little heirs:
-The son Judah whispered quickly-
of a thief, o Rabbi, is there between your feet:
Barabbas is named after his father, who is on the cross
will die.- But the Prophet, looking up
-No-, he murmured with the shadow in his voice
and took the child on his knees.
Is it worth bowing your head?
And what is firmness worth?
I feel fatigue in me
while my good mother
enters with a stealthy step
in my room and gives me
an olive branch …
And if it goes. Everything
that she wants to tell me she says so
to this twig of his
which will adorn a frame:
will adorn the frame
golden at the head of the bed
the olive tree that is blessed,
the olive tree that blesses;
it will bring peace and abundance
in the sunniest houses,
will brighten up the room a little
of the sick, without the sun,
will then remember with a lot
the solemn entrance is authentic
of Christ in Jerusalem
on Holy Sunday! …
Olive tree, and what will you say to me?
The same things too?
if a word: never,
if two words: never again?
You give nothing to my heart
that consoles him for a moment,
and my trembling gaze
he sees only one color in you:
the sad color of everything
the world that is not alone
and weeps silently and wants
dress in mourning;
the color of boredom
and of the flowers of lie,
the color of mine
the color of the past
who returns well dressed,
the color of infinity
and what was not;
the sad color of the hour
so slow to come down
from their numbers, the color
which is no longer color.
Easter short poems for children
Some short poems they can also be read at home with the parents, and perhaps recited all together. We offer you some short poems that lend themselves well to an evening reading or to be handwritten by children on egg-shaped greeting cards.
“It’s Easter!” They sing in chorus
a thousand golden bells.
On the churches, on the cathedrals,
what sweet trills, what embroidery of wings!
Children and lambs play among the flowers.
Hope is born in all hearts.
And between the rings, the corollas and the songs
they all feel better.
The gray wall is festooned
as a frail child looks out
to the walls of the centenary house.
The rain sky is all a threat
on the sad wood, because the bramble entangles it
mercilessly, with tenacious arms.
When here it is clear and new from the chicken coops
the call of Easter fills the earth
with the ancient pious fable of the egg.
They accomplished in this, tell the birds
the nest (today is the olive tree festival)
of dry leaves, briars, twigs;
the one on the cypress, this one on the laurel,
to the woods, along the brook of a river,
in the shadow moved by a golden flicker.
And they hatch on moss and lichen
staring dumbly at the crystalline sky,
with sudden heartbeats, if it comes
a buzz of a bee, a vol of a beetle.
Easter poems for kindergarten children
The teachers are always looking for beautiful, original poems, not too difficult to learn and that have a deep meaning. The children who attend kindergarten are still very young, but memory exercises are offered from the earliest years of school. Here are some poems suitable for the little ones
Festive Easter bells
who sing to glory today,
oh voices near and far
that the risen Christ proclaim,
you tell us with calm voices:
“Brothers, love each other!
Hold out your hand to your brother,
open your arms to forgiveness;
on the day of the risen Christ