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My Favorite Animal Songs for Windows 8


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All of the songs included in the packet were found online. NONE ARE MY ORIGINAL WORKS. I simply compiled the songs and organized them by themes.

Printable Version: Table of contents      Songs Packet

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Web www.kellyskindergarten.com

Beginning of the Year

 

Rules Rap
(lightly slap your knees to this one)

Rules can be helpful,
Rules can be good.
They help us behave,
The way we should.

We follow the rules,
And we don't do wrong.
The world's a happier place
When we all get along.  

Hello Song
(Tune: Frere Jacques)

Hello, _____, hello, _____
How are you? How are you?
We're so glad to have you,
We're so glad to have you,
Here at school, here at school.

(Print on chart…each day choose one child to do and fill in name.)

I Like To Go To School
(tune: Farmer in the Dell)

I like to go to school.
I like to go to school.
Heigh-ho-the-derry-oh,
I like to go to school.

I like to sing new songs.
I like to sing new songs.
Heigh-ho-the-derry-oh,
I like to sing new songs.  

I like to play with friends.
I like to play with friends.
Heigh-ho-the-derry-oh,
I like to play with friends.

Hallway Song

My hands are hanging by my side

I’m standing very tall.

My eyes are looking straight ahead.

I’m ready for the hall!

 

 

Calendar

 


 

The Date

(To the tune of "Frere Jacques)

Today is Monday
(Today is Monday)
April 12th
(April 12th)
1998
(1998)
That's the date
(That's the date).

Days of the Week

(to the tune of Frere Jacques!)

These are all the
da-ays of the we-ek,
Sing with me,
Sing with me.

Sunday, Monday, Tuesday
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
Saturday
A day to play

Days of the Week

(to the tune of Open Court’s Vowel Song)

I can say the days for you and you can say them too!

Sunday

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Sat-ur-day!

Months of the Year
(to the tune of "Ten Little Indians")

January, February, March, and April,
May, June, July, August, and September,
October, November, and December,
These are the months of the year.


 

I See Me
By Vicki Witcher

I see my head.
I see my shoulder.
I see my arm.
I see my elbow.
I see my wrist.
I see my knee.
I see my ankle.
I see all of me!

(Use as a predicable chart…children name body part.)


 

Friends

  Friend of Mine
(tune: Mary Had a Little Lamb)

Will you be a friend of mine,
a friend of mine, a friend of mine?
Will you be a friend of mine
and (insert an action) around with me?

_______ is a friend of mine,
friend of mine, friend of mine,
_______ is a friend of mine,
who (insert same action) around with me.

 

Friends, Friends 123

Friends, friends 123

All my friends are here with me.

You’re my friend, you’re my friend, you’re my friend, you’re my friend.

Friends, friends 123

All my friends are here with me.

 

Family

 

A Family Fingerplay

 

This is a family    hold up one hand, fingers spread
Let's count them and see, 
How many there are,
And who they can be    count 1, 2, 3, 4, 5

This is the mother    touch pointer finger
Who loves everyone
And this is the father   touch big finger
Who is lots of fun.

This is my sister    touch ring finger
She helps and she plays,
And this is the baby    touch little finger
He's growing each day.

But who is this one?    touch thumb
He's out there alone,
Why it's Jackie, the dog,
And he's chewing a bone.   wiggle thumb.

 


 

Pets


 

Where, Oh Where Has My Little Dog Gone?

Oh where, oh where has my little dog gone?
Oh where, oh where can he be?
With his ears so short and his tail so long,
Oh where, oh where is he?

 

I Had A Poodle

I had a little poodle (clenched fist for poodle)
His coat was silver gray
One day I thought I'd bathe him
To wash the dirt away. (scrub fist)
I washed my little poodle
Then dried him with a towel. (pat fist)
My poodle seemed to like his bath
He didn't even growl.


 

The Pet Song

I see a (pet).
The (pet) sees me.
I like the (pets).
The (pets) like me.
Big (color) (pets).
One, two, three.
I like the (pets)
and the (pets) like me.

(good for sight words and color words)


 

Fire Safety

 

 

Smoke Chant

If you don't want to choke
Crawl under the smoke.
Get down on the floor
And head for the door.

(Act out with a blanket or towel as the smoke, have children crawl underneath.)

Firefighter Song
(tune: I'm a Little Teapot)

I'm a little firefighter on the go.
Here is my helmet
Here is my hose.
When I see a fire,
Hear me shout:
"Turn on the water
and put the fire out!"
Shhhhhhhh!

 

 

 

Five Little Firefighters

Five little firefighters
(show five fingers)
Sleeping in a row.
(rest cheeks on hands & close eyes)
Ring goes the bell-
Down the pole they go.
(Pretend to slide down pole)
They jump on the engine
(Jump Up)
And put out the fire.
(Pretend to squirt with a hose)
Now they're back home-
My, but they're tired.
(Stretch and yawn.)

 

Hurry, Hurry, Drive the Fire Truck
Hurry, hurry, drive the fire truck
(Hands on steering wheel)
Hurry, hurry, drive the fire truck
Hurry, hurry, drive the fire truck
Ding, ding, ding, ding, ding!
(Ring bell)
Hurry, hurry, turn the corner
(Lean to the right)
Hurry, hurry, turn the corner
(Lean to the left)
Hurry, hurry, turn the corner
(Lean to the right and left)
Ding, ding, ding, ding, ding!
(Ring bell)
Hurry, hurry, climb the ladder
(Pretend to climb ladder)
Hurry, hurry, climb the ladder
Hurry, hurry, climb the ladder
Ding, ding, ding, ding, ding!
(Ring bell)
Hurry, hurry, squirt the water
(Pretend to spray hose) c6b
Hurry, hurry, squirt the water
Hurry, hurry, squirt the water
Ding, ding, ding, ding, ding!
(Ring bell)
Slowly, slowly, back to the station
(Lean slowly to the left and right)
Slowly, slowly, back to the station
Slowly, slowly, back to the station
Ding, ding, ding, ding, ding!
(Ring bell)


 

 

Fall


 

Five Autumn Leaves

5 autumn leaves were hanging
from a tree
The first one said,
"Soon we'll be free!"
The second one said,
"I'm falling down to the ground!"
The third one said, "I'll fly to town!"
The fourth one said, "Let's not wait!"
The fifth one said, "Isn't fall great?"

 

 

A Leaf
by Aileen Fisher

If I were a leaf
(but I wouldn't be)
I'd have to be tied
To a tree, tree, tree.
I couldn't walk off
(or skip or run)
And my nose would get burned
By the sun, sun, sun.
In summer I'd roast,
(in winter I'd freeze)
And all through October
I'd sneeze, sneeze, sneeze.

(Rebus Poem)


 

 

 

 Halloween

 

I Am A Pumpkin
(tune:  modified Twinkle, Twinkle or modified I'm A Little Teapot)

I am a pumpkin, big and round.
Once upon a time I grew on the ground
Now I have mouth, two eyes, a nose.
What are they for, do you suppose?
When I have a candle inside shining bright,
I'll be a jack-o-lantern on Halloween night.

The Spider in the Web
(tune: Farmer in the Dell)

The spider in the web, 
The spider in the web
Spin, spin, oh watch him spin,
The spider in the web.

The spider catches _______
The spider catches _________.
Spin, spin, oh watch him spin,
The spider in the web.

 

 

 

There's A Spider On the Floor

There's a spider on the floor, on the floor.
There's a spider on the floor, on the floor.
Who could ask for any more
Than a spider on the floor?
There's a spider on the floor, on the floor.

There's a spider on my leg, on my leg.
There's a spider on my leg, on my leg.
Oh it's really really big
This old spider on my leg.
There's a spider on my leg, on my leg.

Now the spider's on my stomach, on my stomach.
Now the spider's on my stomach, on my stomach.
Oh he's just a dumb old lummock
This old spider on my stomach.
Now the spider's on my stomach, on my stomach.

Now the spider's on my head, on my head.
Now the spider's on my head, on my head.
Oh I wish that I were dead,
I've got a spider on my head!
Now the spider's on my head, on my head.

And he jumps off! ....
Now there's a spider on the floor, on the floor.
(repeat until you can't stand it any longer :o)

Five Pumpkins Fat and Round
By Victoria Smith
(tune:  Five Green and Speckled Frogs)

Five pumpkins fat and round
In a field outside of town
Waiting for Halloween to come,
Uh huh!

Along came the farmer's son,
He picked the biggest one,
Then there were four more pumpkins left.

repeat verses, counting down to one ...

One pumpkin fat and round
In a field outside of town
Waiting for Halloween to come,
Uh huh!

Along came the farmer's son,
He picked the only one,
Then there were no more pumpkins left.


 

 

Fall Harvest

 

Scarecrow, Scarecrow

Scarecrow, scarecrow,
How scary can you be?
You scared (insert name)
But you didn't scare me!

Two Pumpkin Seeds

One day I found two pumpkin seeds.
I planted one and pulled the weeds.
It sprouted roots and a long green vine.
A pumpkin grew.  I called it mine.
My pumpkin was quite round and fat.
I really am quite proud of that.
But there is something I'll admit
That has me worried just a bit.
I ate the other seed, you see.
Now will it grow inside of me?

(rhyming words)

 

 

Scarecrow, Scarecrow
(tune:  Twinkle, Twinkle)

Scarecrow, scarecrow turn around.
Scarecrow, scarecrow touch the ground.
Stand up tall and blink your eyes.
Raise your hands up to the sky.
Clap your hands, then tap your knees.
Turn around and tap your feet.

Scarecrow, scarecrow touch your toes.
Scarecrow, scarecrow tap your nose.
Swing your arms so very slow,
Now real fast to scare the crows!
Tough your head, jump up and down.
Now sit down without a sound

 

 

10 Little Pumpkins
(tune:  Ten Little Indians)

One little, two little, three little pumpkins,
Four little, five little, six little pumpkins,
Seven little, eight little, nine little pumpkins,
Ten pumpkins in the pumpkin patch.

Apple Tree

Way up high in the apple tree
Five little apples were smiling at me!
I shook that tree as hard as I could,
Down came those apples
M-m-m! They were GOOD!

 

Apples, Apples
(tune: Twinkle, Twinkle)

Apples juicy, apples round,
On the tree or on the ground.
Apples yellow, apples red,
Apple pie and juice and bread!
Apples crunchy, apples sweet,
Apples are so good to eat!

 

 

Apple
(tune: Bingo)

I know a fruit that grows on trees,
And apple is its name, oh!

A  P  P  L  E
A  P  P  L  E
A  P  P  L  E
And apple is its name, oh!

In summer and in early fall
It's time to pick an apple!

(Chorus)

It may be sweet or may be tart,
It's red, or green, or yellow!

(Chorus)

Make applesauce or apple juice
Or apple pie with apples!

(Chorus)

Apples, Apples 123

Apples, apples, one, two, three,
Apples for you,
Apples for me.
Apples big,
Apples small,
Apple trees tiny,
Apple trees tall.
Apples sour,
Apples sweet,
Apples, apples, are nice to eat.


 

 

Thanksgiving


 

Hello Mr. Turkey

(sung to: If you're happy and you know it)
Hello, Mr. Turkey how are you?
Hello, Mr. Turkey how are you?
With a gobble, gobble, gobble
and a wobble, wobble, wobble,
Hello, Mr. Turkey how are you?
Hello Mr. Turkey

 

I Met a Turkey Gobbler

I met a turkey gobbler, when I went out to play,
Oh, Mr. Turkey gobbler, How are you today?
Gobble, Gobble, Gobble, That I can not say,
Don't ask me such a question, On Thanksgiving Day


 

Five Fat Turkeys are We

Five fat turkeys are we

We slept all night in a tree
When the cook came around,
We couldn't be found
That's why we're here, you see!


 

Police Officer

 

Policeman
(A fingerplay)

This is a car driving down the street
  (right fist travels down extended left arm)
Here's a policeman walking his beat
  (right index and middle fingers walk down left arm)
Now he is checking the stores at night
To see that the stores are locked up tight
 ( right index finger and thumb turn key in keyhole formed   by crook of little finger of left hand, other fingers in a fist.)
And this is the friendly traffic cop,
  (left hand in fist, index finger straight up)
Who tells the cars when to Go and Stop!
  (on Go index finger beckons, on Stop, raise fist up)
When cars get in a traffic jam
  (jam fists together)
He help them better than anyone can.
 (left index finger as cop stands erect)

 

I'm a Police Officer

(Sung to: "I'm a little Teapot")

I'm a police officer
With my star,
I help people
Near and far.
If you have a problem,
Call on me,
And I will be there
One, two, three!


 

Toy Store

 

Little Red Wagon

Bumpin' up and down in my little red wagon
Bumpin' up and down in my little red wagon
Bumpin' up and down in my little red wagon
Havin' so much fun
Here come my friends in their little red wagons
Here come my friends in their little red wagons
Here come my friends in their little red wagons
Havin' so much fun
Pull me around in my little red wagon
Pull me around in my little red wagon
Pull me around in my little red wagon
Havin' so much fun
Turn the corner in my little red wagon
Turn the corner in my little red wagon
Turn the corner in my little red wagon
Havin' so much fun
Bumpin' up and down in my little red wagon
Bumpin' up and down in my little red wagon
Bumpin' up and down in my little red wagon
Havin' so much fun
We're having so much fun!

Teddy bear Teddy bear

Teddy bear, teddy bear,
Turn around,
Teddy bear, teddy bear,
Touch the ground.
Teddy bear, teddy bear,
Dance on your toes,
Teddy bear, teddy bear.
Touch your nose.
Teddy bear, teddy bear,
Stand on your head,
Teddy bear, teddy bear,
Go to bed.
Teddy bear, teddy bear,
Say good-night,
Teddy bear, teddy bear,
Turn out the light.
Teddy bear, teddy bear,
Wake up now,
Teddy bear, teddy bear,
Take a bow.


 

Hanukkah


 

I’m a Little Latke

I'm a little latke, round and brown, 
Here is my upside, here is my down. 
When I am all ready, take a bite, 
And eat me up on Hanukkah night. 

Twinkle, Twinkle Hanukkah Lights

 

(sung to the tune of Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star)

Twinkle, twinkle Hanukkah lights shining brightly for 8 nights.

See the dreidel spin around, eat some latke crisp and brown.

Twinkle, twinkle Hanukkah lights shining brightly for 8 nights.

On My Hanukkah Menorah

(Hold up hands with thumbs together for the Shamus (Helper candle) and four fingers on each side representing the eight candles) Tune: 10 Little Indians

One little two little three little candles.... Four little, five little, six little candles....

 Seven little, Eight little, Nine little candles.... On My Hanukkah Menorah.

Other verses: (Jump little candles....Melt little candles)

 

Christmas


 

Reindeer Poky

(sung to the tune of "The Hokey Poky")
You put your antlers in. You put your antlers out.
You put you antlers in and you shake them all about.
You do the Reindeer Poky and you turn yourself around.
That's what it's all about!
You put your hooves in....
You put your red nose in....
You put your fluffy tail in...
You put your reindeer body in...

 

You Are My Reindeer
Tune: You Are My Sunshine

You are my reindeer, my wild reindeer.
You make me angry when you won't mind.
You are my reindeer, my wild reindeer.
Please don't run away again!

You are my reindeer, my wild reindeer.
What will I do with all of you?
Santa will need you on Christmas Eve.
I can't train you, my wild reindeer.

You are my reindeer, my wild reindeer.
I'm learning to be so kind to you.
We are becoming very good friends.
Santa will be so proud of you.

Let's All Do a Little Clapping
(Sing to: We Wish You A Merry Christmas & A Happy New Year!)
Let's all do a little clapping, let's all do a little clapping, let's all do a
little clapping, & spread Christmas cheer.

You can change the clapping to
other activities.
2.Jumping
3.Twirling
4.Stretching
5.Bending

Old St. Nicholas

(tune Old McDonald had a farm)


Old St. Nicholas had a tree (form tree with arms)
Ho, ho ho ho ho!
And on that tree he had some horns (blow horns)
Ho ho ho ho ho
With a toot toot here and a toot toot there
Here a toot There a toot
Every where a toot toot
continue....
lights-------flash flash
candy canes-------yum-yum
drums-------boom-boom
bells---------ring ring
birds------peep peep
stars------twinkle twinkle
snowflakes-------flutter flutter

 

Where is Santa?

(Sung to the tune: Are you sleeping?)
Where is Santa? Where is Santa? (hands behind back)
Here I am! Here I am! (arms out in front making a belly shape!)
Merry, Merry Christmas! Merry, Merry, Christmas!
(keep arms up through the rest of the song!)
Ho! Ho! Ho!, Ho! Ho! Ho!

Five Little Christmas Trees
Five little Christmas trees (Hold up five fingers.)
Stood all alone. (Stand up straight, arms at sides.)
Their hearts were very sad, (Point to heart; make sad face.)
For they hadn't found a home. (Shake head no, while looking sad.)
Chop! went the ax. (Pretend to swing ax.)
Down fell one tree. ("Fall" to the ground.)
And off it went with a happy family. (March in place, smiling.)
Four little Christmas trees
Stood all alone....
One little Christmas tree
Stood all alone.
Its heart was very sad,
For it hadn't found a home.
Chop! went the ax.
Down fell the tree.
And off it went with a happy family.


 

 

New Year’s

 

 

 

A Brand New Year

Sung to: "The Muffin Man"
Now we have a brand new year,
A brand new year, a brand new year.
Now we have a brand new year,
It's (name of year).

 

Winter


 

A Chubby Little Snowman

(to the tune of “Itsy Bitsy Spider”)

A chubby little snowman
Had a carrot nose
Along came a rabbit
And what do you suppose?
That hungry little bunny,
Looking for his lunch,
ATE the snowman's carrot nose...
Nibble, nibble, CRUNCH!

 Little Snowman

(to the tune of "I'm a Little Teapot")

I'm a little snowman round and fat,
Here are my mittens,
Here is my hat.
Add a little scarf and a carrot nose.
You stand so tall when the cold wind blows.

Snowflakes

(to the tune of "twinkle, twinkle little star")

Snowflakes, snowflakes falling down,
On the trees and on the ground.
I will build a man of snow,
Tall black hat and eyes of coal,
If the sun comes out today,
I will watch you melt away!


 

Post Office

 

Sending a Letter

Take a pencil write a letter, write a letter, write a letter

Take a pencil write a letter, write, write, write, write, write.

 

Take the paper, fold it up, fold it up, fold it up

Take the paper fold it up, fold, fold, fold, fold, fold.

 

Take the envelope stuff it in...stuff, stuff, stuff (you get the idea)

Lick the envelope and close it up... lick, lick, lick

Write the address on the front...write, write, write

Put the stamp on at the top... stamp, stamp, stamp (I chose not to "lick" the stamp because most new stamps are self sticking now.)

Drop the letter in the box...drop, drop, drop

 

The Mailbox Poem


I went to mail a letter and slid right in the box
All that you could see of me were my tennis shoes and socks.
I self addressed my elbow and air-mail stamped my knee.
Soon I would be ready for the next delivery.
I folded like an envelope and in a day or so. . .
I'll go with all the letters to Japan or Mexico

In His Mail Truck

(Sung to: "She'll be comin' Round the mountain")

He'll be coming in his mail truck when he comes,
He'll be coming in his mail truck when he comes,
He'll be coming in his mail truck,
He'll be coming in his mail truck,
He'll be coming in his mail truck when he comes.

he'll be wearing his blue uniform.......
he'll be bringing a package for me......
he'll bring mail for mom and dad.....
he'll pick up letters from our mailbox....

 

Valentine’s Day

Five Little Valentines


5 little valentines waiting in the store
______(Child's name) bought one, and then there were 4.

4 little valentines for you and for me
___________bought one, and then there were 3.
3 little valentines wondering what to do

__________bought one, and then there were 2.
 2 little valentines thinking up some fun
_________bought one, and then there was one.
1 little valentine said, "Buy me and run!"
___________did that, and then there were none!

 

St. Patrick’s Day

Have You Seen a Leprechaun?

(Sung to: Do You Know the Muffin Man?)

Have you seen a leprechaun?

A leprechaun, a leprechaun?

Have you seen a leprechaun?

From Ireland far away?

 

Yes, I've seen a leprechaun,

A leprechaun, a leprechaun,

Yes, I've seen a leprechaun,

I invited him to play!

 

And did he stay and play with you?

Play with you, play with you?

Did he stay and play with you?

Or did he run away?

 

He didn't stay and play with me,

Play with me, play with me,

He didn't stay and play with me,

He hid and ran away!


 

    Transportation   


 

Little Silver Airplane

(to the tune of “Baa Baa Black Sheep”)

Little silver airplane
Up in the sky,
Where are you going
Flying so high?
Over the mountains
Over the sea
Little silver airplane
Please take me.

 

I'm a Yellow Helicopter

I'm a yellow helicopter
Sitting on the ground.
These are my rotor-blades
Slowly turning round.Faster now, and faster...
They're spinning like a top.
Take off...
Turn around
Touch down...
 Stop.

 

The Wheels on the Bus

The wheels on the bus go round and round

Round and round, round and round

The wheels on the bus go round and round

All though the town.

Other verses:

The wipers on the bus go swish, swish, swish.

The door on the bus goes open and shut, open and shut, open and shut.

The windows on the bus go up and down, up and down, up and down.

The driver on the bus says move on back, move on back, move on back.

The horn on the bus goes beep, beep, beep.

 

The people on the bus go up and down, up and down, up and down.

The babies on the bus go Waa, Waa, Waa.

The parents on the bus go Shh, Shh, Shh.

 

Rockets

Rockets flying out in space,
Rockets flying every place,
Rockets from Earth
to Venus and Mars,
to silver moons and shining stars.
Rockets to galaxies far away,
I think I'll build a rocket some day.
I'll fuel it first,
I'll fly it away.
I'll land in time
for Christmas day.
On Pluto, Neptune,
Saturn or Mars.
On a silver moon,
Or a shining star.

 

 Lonely Bus Driver


One lonely bus driver all alone and blue
 He picked up a passenger and then there were two.
 Two people riding, they stopped by a tree
 They picked up a passenger, and then there were three.
 Three people riding, they stopped by a store
 They picked up a passenger, and then there were four.
 Four people riding, happy and alive, 
 They picked up a passenger, and then there were five.
 Five people riding open swung the door
 Four passengers got off the bus, 
 The driver's alone once more.

Down by the Station

Down by the station early in the morning
See the little pufferbellies all in a row
See the station master turn the little handle
Puff puff, toot toot, off we go.
(repeats)

Row, Row, Row Your Boat 

Row, row, row your boat
Gently down the stream.
Merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily,
Life is but a dream.

 


 

Workers at the Airport

(to the tune of “The Wheels on the Bus”)

Workers at the airport, Whom will we see? Whom will we see? Whom will we see?
Workers at the airport, Whom will we see?
Pilots flying the plane for me

Workers at the airport, Whom will we see? Whom will we see? Whom will we see?
Workers at the airport, Whom will we see?
Ticket agents giving tickets to me

Other Endings:
Luggage carriers taking bags for me
Attendants bringing food for me
Controllers watching planes for me.

 

 

 

 

Easter

 

 


 

Five Brown Eggs

Five brown eggs in a nest of hay,
One yellow chick popped out to play.
Four brown eggs in a nest of hay,
Another yellow chick cheep-cheeped Good day.
Three brown eggs in a nest of hay,
Crack went another one, Hip hooray.
Two brown eggs in a nest of hay,
One more chick pecked his shell away.
One brown egg in a nest of hay,
The last yellow chick popped out to say,
Happy Easter!

 

Five Little Ducks

Five little ducks went out to play

Over the hills and far away.

Momma duck said “Quack, Quack, Quack” (in a normal voice)

Four little ducks came waddling back.

Four little ducks…

Three little ducks…

Two little ducks…

One little duck…No little ducks came waddling back. Papa duck said “QUACK, QUACK, QUACK” (in a loud voice)

Five little ducks came waddling back.

 

 

 Six Little Ducks
Six little ducks
That I once knew
Fat ones, skinny ones,
Fair ones, too
But the one little duck
With the feather on his back
He led the others
With a quack, quack, quack
Quack, quack, quack,
Quack, quack, quack
He led the others
With a quack, quack, quack
Down to the river
They would go
Wibble, wobble, wibble, wobble,
To and fro
But the one little duck
With the feather on his back


He led the others
With a quack, quack, quack
Quack, quack, quack,
Quack, quack, quack
He led the others
With a quack, quack, quack
Back from the river
They would come
Wibble, wobble, wibble, wobble,
Ho, hum, hum
But the one little duck
With the feather on his back
He led the others
With a quack, quack, quack
Quack, quack, quack,
Quack, quack, quack
He led the others
With a quack, quack, quack


 

Flowers/Seeds

My Garden

This is my garden, I'll plant it with care,
Here are the seeds I'll plant in there,
The sun will shine,
The rain will fall,
The seeds will sprout and grow up tall.

 

The Gardener Plants the Seeds

(can be sung to the tune of The Farmer in the Dell)

The gardener plants the seeds.
The gardener plants the seeds.
High ho the derry oh,
The gardener plants the seeds.
2nd verse: The rain falls on the ground.
3rd verse: The sun shines bright and warm.
4th verse: The seeds begin to grow.
5th verse: Flowers grow everywhere.


 

   Butterflies     


 

The Fuzzy Caterpillar
(Tune:  Itsy Bitsy Spider)

The fuzzy caterpillar
Curled up on a leaf,
Spun her little chrysalis
And then fell fast asleep.
While she was sleeping
She dreamed that she could fly,
And later when she woke up
She was a butterfly!

Butterfly, Butterfly

(to the tune of "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star)

Butterfly, Butterfly,
Fly Away,
You were a caterpillar yesterday
Butterfly, Butterfly
You never stay,
Always flying to a new day.

 

Butterfly Cycle

(to the tune of "Row, Row, Row Your Boat")

Hatch, hatch little egg,
I'm so very small.
Teeny tiny caterpillar,
You can't see me at all.

Crawl, caterpillar, crawl,
Munching on a leaf.
Crawling, munching, crawling, munching,
Eat and eat and eat.

Form, form chrysalis,
I'm a different shape;
Hanging by a silken thread
Until I can escape.

Rest, rest, chrysalis
While I change inside;
Now at last my time has come
To be a butterfly.

Stretch, stretch, pretty wings,
It's a special day;
Soon they will be strong enough
For me to fly away.

Fly, fly, butterfly,
Fly from flower to tree;
Find a place to lay my eggs
So they can grow like me

©Suzy Gazlay 2003. Used by permission. 
 


 

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Insects/Ladybugs


 

   Five Little Ladybugs

Five little ladybugs, climbing on some plants,
Eating the aphids, but not the ants!
The first one said: "Save some aphids for me!"
The second one said: "These are tasty as can be!"
The third one said: "Oh, they're almost gone!"
The fourth one said: "Then it's time to move on!
The fifth one said: "Come on, let's fly!"
So they opened their wings and flew through the sky.

 

Baby Bumblebee

 I'm bringing home a baby bumblebee, Won't my mommy be so proud of me, (Cup hands together as if holding bee)
I'm bringing home a baby bumblebee, Ouch! It stung me! (Shake hands as if just stung)
I'm squishing up the baby bumblebee,
Won't my mommy be so proud of me,
('Squish' bee between palms of hands)
I'm squishing up a baby bumblebee,
Ooh! It's yucky!
(Open up hands to look at 'mess')
I'm wiping off the baby bumblebee,
Won't my mommy be so proud of me,
(Wipe hands off on shirt)
I'm wiping off the baby bumblebee,
Now my mommy won't be mad at me!
(Hold hands up to show they are clean)


 

    Farm   


 

Take Me Out to the Barnyard
(tune:  Take Me Out to the Ballgame)
by Judy Hall

Take me out to the barnyard.
Take me out there right now.
Show me the cows, pigs and horses, too.
I hear an oink and a neigh and a moo.
There are chickens laying their eggs.
If they don't lay it's a shame.
Oh, it's one, two, three eggs today,
And I'm glad I came.

The Giving Farm
By Vicki Witcher

Hens give eggs.
Pigs give ham.
Cows give milk.
Strawberries give jam.

Bees give honey.
Goats give cheese.
Farms give food,
I'd like some, please.

 

Farm Sounds
(tune:  Wheels on the Bus)
By John Saltsman

The cows in the barn go moo, moo, moo,
Moo, moo, moo -- moo, moo, moo.
The cows in the barn go moo, moo, moo,
All around the farm.

Other verses:

... pigs in the pen go oink, oink, oink

... hens in the coop go cluck, cluck, cluck

... rooster on the fence goes cock-a-doodle-do

... ducks in the pond go quack, quack, quack

... lambs on the hill go baa, baa, baa

... bunnies in the hutch go (silently wiggle nose with finger)

 

 

Five Cows All Black and White
(Tune:  5 Little Speckled Frogs)

Five cows all black and white
Chewed their cud from day to night
So they could give milk sweet and pure.
Squirt! Squirt!
One left the barn one day
So she could find more hay
Then there were 4 cows all black and white.
Moo! Moo!

5 White and Fluffy Sheep

Five white and fluffy sheep
In the pasture fast asleep
Their wool kept them cozy all night long.
Snore!  Snore!
The farmed slipped away with one
And sheared the wool till he was done
Then there were 4 white fluffy sheep.
Baa!  Baa!

 

Down On Grandpa’s Farm

Down on Grandpa’s farm there is a big (color) (animal)

Down on Grandpa’s farm there is a big (color) (animal)

The (animal), it makes a sound like this (animal sound)

The (animal), it makes a sound like this (animal sound)

Oh, we’re on our way, we’re on our way, on our way to Grandpa’s farm.

We’re on our way; we’re on our way, on our way to Grandpa’s farm.

 

(Use a child’s name in place of Grandpa and let that child choose the animal to sing about)

 

 

 

 

Zoo Animals


 

The Bear Went Over the Mountain

(to the tune “For He’s a Jolly Good Fellow”)

The bear went over the mountain (3x)
To see what he could see
And all that he could see (2x)…was (whisper)

The other side of the mountain
The other side of the mountain
The other side of the mountain was all that he could see

The bear went through forest...

The bear went over the river...

The bear tried on my glasses (3x)
To see what he could see
And all that he could see (2x)…was (whisper)
That a bear shouldn't wear glasses
A bear shouldn't wear glasses
A bear shouldn't wear glasses was all that he could see

 

Teasing Mr. Alligator

Five little monkeys swinging in a tree.

Teasing Mr. Alligator, “Can’t catch me!”

Along comes Mr. Alligator quiet as can be…

…SNAP…Four monkeys!

Four little monkeys…(and so on)

Five Little Monkeys
Five little monkeys jumping on the bed
One fell off and bumped his head
So Momma called the doctor and the doctor said
No more monkeys jumping on the bed!
Four little monkeys…
Three little monkeys…
Two little monkeys…
One little monkey…
No little monkeys jumping on the bed
None fell off and bumped his head
So Momma called the doctor and the doctor said

Put those monkeys back in bed!

Alice the Camel

Alice the camel has 5 humps (3x)
Now go, Alice, go!
Alice the camel has 4 humps... (etc.)

Now Alice is a horse.

 


 

At the Zoo

Sing to the tune of She'll Be Coming Round the Mountain:

You can hear lions roaring at the zoo, ROAR! ROAR!
You can hear lions roaring at the zoo, ROAR! ROAR!
You can hear lions roaring, you can hear lions roaring,
You can hear lions roaring at the zoo! ROAR! ROAR!

You can hear snakes hissing at the zoo, SSSS! SSSS!
You can hear snakes hissing at the zoo, SSS! SSS!
You can hear snakes hissing, you can hear snakes hissing,
You can hear snakes hissing at the zoo, SSS! SSS!


You can hear bears growling at the zoo, GROWL! GROWL!
You can hear zebras braying at the zoo, BRAY! BRAY! (neigh! neigh!)
You can hear monkeys chattering at the zoo, (hoo-hoo-ha-ha)
You can hear tigers growling at the zoo, GROWL! GROWL!
You can hear elephants trumpeting at the zoo, TRUMPET! TRUMPET!


 
Going on A Bear Hunt

I'm going on a bear hunt
I'm going on a bear hunt
I'm not afraid!
Are you afraid?
What's that up ahead?
It's a great big tree
Can we go under it?
Can we go through it?
I guess we will have to climb over it!
(Make motions with arms like climbing)
Whoo! That was hard work. (Wipe forehead)

I'm going on a bear hunt.
I'm going on a bear hunt.
I'm not afraid.
Are you afraid?
What's that up ahead?
It's a river!
Can we go over it?
Can we go under it?
I guess we will have to swim through it!
(motion with arms like your swimming)
Whoo! that was hard work.

I'm going on a bear hunt.
I'm going on a bear hunt.
I'm not afraid.
Are you afraid?
What's that up ahead?
It's a deep dark cave!
Can we go over it?
Can we go under it?
I think we are going to have to go in it.
Shh!
(tip toe)
I feel something furry!!
It has a big nose!!
Turn on your flashlight.
IT IS A BEAR!!!!

Run out of the cave
Swim back through the river
Climb back over the tree
Go into the house and slam the door. BAM!!
I wasn't afraid. Were you?

 

Going on a Lion Hunt
 

Goin' on a lion hunt.
Goin to catch a big one.
I'm not afraid.
Look, what's up ahead?
Mud!
Can't go over it.
Can't go under it.
Can't go around it.
Gotta go through it. [Make sloshing sounds and move hands as if slogging]
Goin' on a lion hunt.
Goin to catch a big one.
I'm not afraid.
Look, what's up ahead?
Sticks!
Can't go over it.
Can't go under it.
Can't go around it.
Gotta go through it. [Snap fingers]
Goin' on a lion hunt.
Goin to catch a big one.
I'm not afraid.
Look, what's up ahead?
Trees!
Can't go over it.
Can't go under it.
Can't go around it.
Gotta go through it. [Make gestures climbing up/down.]
Goin' on a lion hunt.
Goin to catch a big one.
I'm not afraid.
Look, what's up ahead?
Gate!
Can't go over it.
Can't go under it.
Can't go around it.
Gotta go through it. [Make gate-opening gestures.]
Goin' on a lion hunt.
Goin to catch a big one.
I'm not afraid.
Look, what's up ahead?
River!
Can't go over it.
Can't go under it.
Can't go around it.
Gotta go through it. [make swimming gestures]
Goin' on a lion hunt.
Goin to catch a big one.
I'm not afraid.
Look, what's up ahead?
Grass!
Can't go over it.
Can't go under it.
Can't go around it.
Gotta go through it. Grass [move hands together/apart]
Goin' on a lion hunt.
Goin to catch a big one.
I'm not afraid.
Look, what's up ahead?
Cave!
Can't go over it.
Can't go under it.
Can't go around it.
Gotta go through it. [act like you are feeling your way in a dark cave]
Feel yourself along the wall.
Oh, oh What's this?
Something funny.
With a long soft thing on it's end!
With two sharp things!
Two big gleaming sharp things!
A LION!!!
Run for your life!
Run out of the cave!
Crawl through the grass!
Swim across the river!
Run through the gate!
Run around the trees!
Jump over the sticks!
Slosh through the mud!
Run into the house!
Close the door!
Run up the front stairs!
Crawl under mom's bed!


 


 

Summer

Summer Time

(to the tune of “Do You Know the Muffin Man?”)

Summer time is swimming time.

Taking trips time and beach ball time.

Summer time’s my favorite time.

Because we’re not in school!

 

Graduation

We’re Off to First Grade

(to the tune of “She’ll Be Coming ‘round the Mountain”)

 

Oh, we’re off to first grade, yes we are.

Oh, we’re off to first grade, yes we are.

Oh, we’re off to first, grade.

We’re off to first grade

Oh, we’re off to first grade, yes we are.

And we won’t be in Kindergarten anymore.

 Oh, we won’t be in Kindergarten anymore.

Oh, we won’t be in Kindergarten.

We won’t be in Kindergarten.

Oh, we won’t be in Kindergarten anymore.

 


 

Just for Fun


 
The Littlest Worm
The littlest worm ... I ever saw ...
was stuck inside ... my soda straw ...
He said to me ... don't take a sip ...
for if you do ... you'll surely flip ...
I took a sip ... and he went down ...
All through my pipes ... he must have drown ...
Now don't you fret ... now don't you fear ...
That little worm ... had scuba gear ...
He swam right up ... and out my mouth
The last I heard ... he's headed south .
He was my pal ... he was my friend ...
but now he's gone and that's the end.

 

Johnny's Hammers

(Make hammering motion with one fist)
Johnny had one hammer, one hammer, one hammer
Johnny had one hammer then he had Two
(Make hammering motion with both fists)
Johnny had two hammers, two hammers, two hammers,
Johnny had two hammers then he had Three.
(Make motion with both fists and one leg.)
Johnny had three hammers, three hammers, three hammers,
Johnny had three hammers then he had Four
(Make motion with both fists and both legs)
Johnny had four hammers, four hammers, four hammers,
Johnny had four hammers then he had Five
 (Make motion with both fists and both legs and head.)
Johnny had five hammers, five hammers, five hammers
Johnny had five hammers, then he went to sleep (lay hands like sleeping)


 

Peanut sat on the railroad track

Oh, the peanut sat on the railroad track;
His heart was all a flutter.
Along came the 6:15,
Toot, toot, peanut butter.

(Children like to improvise, lemon-lemonade, grapes-jelly, apples-
applesauce, strawberry-berry jam and on, and on, and on.)


 
 

 


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