The Gift Giver

The Christmas trees are trimmed
And all the halls are decked
Santa has made his list
And all the names are checked
The reindeer have been harnessed
The sleigh is loaded high
Santa climbs into his seat
And they’re off into the sky
Santa goes from roof to roof
From city to city and town to town
He finds the chimney pot
Then takes the presents down
And the gift giver goes about his work
So that every girl and boy
Can awake on Christmas morning
And unwrap that wanted toy

About the Poem

A poem about the superhuman feat performed by Santa Claus as he delivers presents to children across the globe on Christmas eve.

Style

Rhyming Poem

Length

16 lines

Key Stage

KS1, KS2

Author

Paul Curtis

Copyright © Paul Curtis. All Rights Reserved

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