What are some short Christmas poems for small children?


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Some short Christmas poems for small children are "A Chubby Snowman" and "I’ve Been Waiting for Christmas." Other short Christmas poems related to Christmas that are humorous are "The Funniest Face" and "The Grinch" by Dr. Seuss.

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"A Chubby Snowman" tells the story of a snowman that has a nose that is a carrot. A bunny hops past the snowman. The bunny is hungry and looking for lunch. The bunny decides to grab the snowman's nose and "Nibble, nibble, crunch!"

Similarly, in "I’ve Been Waiting for Christmas," the writer talks about patiently waiting for Santa and Christmas. The writer says that she can hear the sleigh bells and reindeer. In addition, children sing as they look up in the sky and wait for Christmas.

Another short Christmas poem for children is "The Funniest Face." The poem talks about a person that sees his own reflection in a Christmas ornament. The person thinks that the reflection in the Christmas ornament is funny. At first, he thinks the reflection is that of an elf. When he looks again, he realizes that he is looking at his own reflection.

In Dr. Seuss' "The Grinch," a grinch stands in the snow. The grinch is puzzled that Christmas doesn't mean only ribbons and presents. The grinch realizes that Christmas means more than just presents with tags and bows, and he realizes that material items aren't necessary in order to celebrate Christmas properly.

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