Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Preschool Songs

First off, all these songs are not my idea! They came from   who as so many wonderful idea and plans for preschoolers. I am so thankful for blog. She keeps me inspired :) My son loves anything that goes to music and he learns best this way. I am constantly searching the web looking for ideas of lesson plans that I can put to song to make his learning more enjoyable and easier for me in the process to teach.  When I was teaching my older two the books of the Old and New Testament we went to song for reinforcement. Who picked up on and can sing along? My youngest. That's when I new, through it to music and we got a lesson that will stick in his mind. The problem with this is all my kids love to sing, but none of them can (or little secret) so we have a house full of people singing different sons at one time to memorize lessons, all out of tune! Life is so much better than any sitcom you can ever watch :)

If you are interested in the Books of the Bible songs here are a few links to those:

These were the kids favorite ones:

ABC Song: This is one of those contagious songs. I don't know about your family, but when someone starts to sing it over here, you cannot help but jump in and sing along, even if only in your mind.

Days of the Week song: (To the tune of Adam’s Family”)
  • Days of the week (clap clap)
  • Days of the week (clap clap)
  • Days of the week (clap clap)
  • Days of the week, Days of the week, Days of the week
  • There’s Sunday and there’s Monday,
  • there’s Tuesday & there’s Wednesday,
  • there’s Thursday & there’s Friday
  • and then there’s Saturday!
  • Days of the week (clap, clap)
Alternate Days of the Week Song: (To the tune of “frere Jacque”)
  • Today Is Monday, Today is Monday
  • All Day Long, All Day Long
  • Yesterday was Sunday
  • Tomorrow will be Tuesday
  • Let’s have fun, let’s have fun!
Month’s of the Year song: (To the Macarena)
  • January (Right hand out)
  • February (Left hand out)
  • March (Right hand palm up)
  • And April (Left hand palm up)
  • May (Right hand on left shoulder)
  • June (Left hand on right shoulder)
  • July (Right hand on right ear)
  • And August (Left hand on left ear)
  • September (Right hand on left hip)
  • October (Left hand on right hip)
  • November (Right hand on right hip)
  • December (Left hand on left hip)
  • 12 months in a year! (Hop in circle as singing)

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