CHILDREN’S STORIES & POEMS
For children (of all ages) I surfed the Internet and found the following sites with stories, poems, and finger plays that provide Easter entertainment.
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Q. Why shouldn’t you tell an Easter egg a good joke?
A. It might crack up!
Q. What did one colored egg say to the other?
A. Heard any good yolks lately?
Q. What kind of beans never grow in a garden?
A. Jelly beans!
Q. How did the soggy Easter Bunny dry himself?
A. With a hare dryer!
Q. How does the Easter bunny stay in shape?
A. Lots of eggs-ercise!
Q. What do you call a dumb bunny?
A. A hare brain.
Q. Why can’t a rabbit’s nose be twelve inches long?
A. Because then it would be a foot.
Q. How can you tell which rabbits are the oldest in a group?
A. Just look for the gray hares.
Q. What do you call a line of rabbits walking backwards?
A. A receding hare line.
Q. How do you know carrots are good for your eyes?
A. Have you ever seen a rabbit with glasses?
Q. What do you call a rabbit who tells jokes?
A. A funny bunny.
Q. What do you call a rabbit with fleas?
A. A Bugs Bunny.
Can you say these ten times fast??!
1. Busy bunnies bring blue baskets. (more…)