Sunday, 24 May 2015

A Super-Duper List of Songs :)

I have been teaching kindergarten for 5 years now, and my favourite thing to teach has always been music. Sure, I love doing crafts too, but when we learn songs everybody is singing, playing instruments, and dancing happily – while also learning. It’s the moment of the day when I can be silly and loud, and the kids can express themselves freely. Our worries are left behind and we enjoy being there with our friends.

I’ve made a list of my favourie songs EVER. Some might say that I chose too many songs from Super Simple Learning, but I couldn’t help myself. Everything they do is GREAT! So..here’s the list. I hope you’ll find it useful (click on the songs for the videos). I’m sure I forgot a lot of songs I like, but it’s too difficult to remember all of them.

Circle time songs:
How’s the Weather?
Hello, Hello!
Days of the Week
Days of the Week 2

Songs about colours:
I See Something Blue
I See Something Pink

Songs about numbers:
Count and Move
Counting Bananas
10 Little Aeroplanes
Seven Steps
Peter Hammers
Ten in the Bed
Five Little Ducks
Five Little Monkeys

Songs about weather:
How’s the Weather?


What’s the Weather Like Today? (to the tune of Clementine):
What’s the weather? What’s the weather? What’s the weather like today?
Tell me _(insert kids name)__ what’s the weather, What’s the weather like today?
Is it sunny? Is it rainy? Is it cloudy out today?
Is it snowy? Is it windy? What’s the weather like today?
— No Time for Flashcards.

Rain, Rain, Go Away


Songs about body parts:
My Teddy Bear
One Little Finger
The Animals on the Farm
Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes

Songs about animals:
The Animal Sounds Song
Old Mc Donald Has a Farm
Walking In the Jungle
Let’s Go To The Zoo
What Do You Hear

Movement songs:
Let’s Go To The Zoo
If You are Happy And You Know It
Open Shut Them
The Wheels on the Bus
Walking, Walking
The Pinocchio Song
Do the Monkey
The Twist Dance Song
Balance On One Foot
The Transport Song
Roll Your Hands

Songs for transitions:
Getting ready to go outside
Clean up
Make a circle

Line up song (sung to the same tune as Make a circle):
Everybody make a line,
make a line, make a line,
Everybody make a line,
For now it’s … time (lunch/snack/circle/dancing)

Sitting down

I hope your kids will enjoy singing them. They have made teaching English and establishing routines much easier for us! :)








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