Little Christmas Carollers

Poems for kids illustration for Christmas poem Little Carollers
A poem about some children singing Christmas carols.
Little Christmas Carollers

We are a band of carollers,

We march through frost and snow,

But care not for the weather

As on our way we go.

At every hall or cottage

That stands along our way,

We stop to give the people

Best wishes for the day.

We pray a merry Christmas,

Made bright by Christmas cheer,

With peace, and hope, and gladness

And all they may hold dear.

And for all those that happen

To pass us on our way

We have a smile, and wish them

A merry Christmas-day.

 

POEM FOR KIDS WRITTEN BY L.A. FRANCE

Illustration from Pixabay, with thanks.

LET’S CHAT ABOUT THE POEM ~ IDEAS FOR TALKING WITH KIDS

Independent Thinking, Conversation

1. Why do you think the tradition of singing Christmas songs from door to door came about?

2. Have you ever sang Christmas carols? Can you sing one of the songs now?

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