Dec 18, 2013 · Jesus Candy Cane Poem – A short version of the candy cane legend. Look at the candy cane. What do you see? Stripes that are red, like the blood shed for me. White is for my Savior, who’s sinless and pure. “J” is for Jesus, My Lord, that’s for sure! Turn it around, and a staff you will see. Jesus, my shepherd, was born for me.
Candy Cane Poem Printable. Print and cut apart the poems and attach to a candy cane, craft, or activity to share the truth of Christmas. Candy Cane Poem Option #1. Candy Cane Poem Option #2. Salt-Dough Candy Canes. Using one of the recipes above for salt dough, make J's or candy canes with a cookie cutter or roll small amounts of dough into ...
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Dec 19, 2014 · Like the stripes, by His stripes you are healed. I pray that you will walk in healing and health. Here’s the link for the cards I used on the back of the Candy Cane Poem. Using a napkin as a pattern, I lined the corners of the napkin (pattern) on a stripe. This makes the stripes go diagonally across the candy cane napkin.
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Candy Cane Manipulatives Make some candy canes by drawing on paper (or make some to cut out). On each candy cane put a different amount of stripes. For preschoolers you could just have them count the stripes on each candy cane and write the number underneath. For K-1 you could put 2 candy canes together and have them add the stripes together ...
Nov 13, 2009 · Full Size Candy Cane 2 to a page Download PDF. This is the version for larger or full size candy canes. Cut each printed page into 2 halves. Small Candy Cane Poem 4 to 1 page – Download PDF. Use this printable version to share the Candy Cane story about Jesus with the children in your church this Christmas. Cut each printed page into 4 parts.