Dec 15, 2021 · Legend of the Candy Cane Poem The legend of the candy cane goes something like this: Look at a Candy Cane What do you see? Stripes that are red Like the blood shed for me White 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 is coming for Me!
Candy Canes on the Tree Christmas candy canes Hanging on the tree, I think that Mommy hung them there Especially for me. I'm not allowed to take one until Christmas Eve is here. But I want one oh so badly, 'Cause they taste like Christmas cheer. Maybe if I sneak one from the back I won't get caught. But that would be dishonest, and
- Kelly Roper
Is the simple candy cane. Its shape is the crook of the shepherd, One of the first who came. The lively peppermint flavor is The regal gift of spice. The white is Jesus' purity The red is sacrifice The narrow stripes are friendship And the nearness of his love. Eternal sweet compassion A gift from God above The candy cane reminds us all Of how much God cared And like His Christmas gift to use It's meant to be broken and shared. Christmas Poems :
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Candy Cane Outline printable Candy Cane Poem printable Red construction paper Red and white paint Small green bows Chart paper Black marker Glue Scissors. What you do: Print the Candy Cane Outline and copy one per child on red paper. Print the Candy Cane Poems and make enough copies to give a poem to each child. Write the poem out on chart paper. Candy Canes by Erin Lassiter, KidsSoup, Inc.
Nov 13, 2009 · Christmas Candy Cane Poem about Jesus 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!
Candy Cane poem A significant symbol of Christmas Is the Simple Candy Cane. It's shape is the crook of the Shepherd One of the first who came. The lively peppermint flavor is The regal gift of spice. The White is Jesus' purity. The Red is sacrifice. The narrow stripes are friendship. And the nearness of his love. Eternal, Sweet Compassion