SANTA CLAUS—CHILDREN’S STORIES, POEMS, & MORE
For children (of all ages) I surfed the Internet and found the following sites with stories, poems, and finger plays that provide Santa Claus entertainment.
NOTE: Also visit Christmas—Children’s Stories, Poems, & More is devoted to the meaning of the season, celebrating Christ’s birthday, as opposed to Santa Claus, a secular approach to Christmas. Together with this post the Christmas season is covered for children.
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Who delivers Christmas presents for cats?
What do you get if you cross Father Christmas with a duck?
A Christmas Quacker!
Why does Santa like to work in his garden?
Because he likes to hoe, hoe, hoe!
What is invisible but smells like milk and cookies?
Kris Kringle burps!
What do you call Santa when he has no money?
Q: How do you know Santa Claus is good at karate?
A: He has a black belt!
Q: What’s black, white and red all over?
A: Santa Claus after he comes down the chimney!
What comes at the end of Christmas Day?
A: A Y!
Seven Santas sang silly songs.
Comet cuddles cute Christmas (more…)