Circle Time Songs

Preschool Circle Time Songs for Kids

Preschool circle songs for kids and music ideas.On this page you will find preschool circle time songs you can use with toddlers, preschoolers, kindergarten kids and many other children. to

These fun circle and small group songs help educate pre k children with fun musical ideas that can go along with various preschool lessons or teaching topics and music to make circle time and small group time fun and interesting.

Try incorporating different circle song ideas into you small group activities in your daycare center. The children will love it.

Please feel free to comment below with your own circle ideas.

Emotion Song for Preschoolers

Where is happy, Where is happy?
Here I am, Here I am..

I am very happy, I am very happy

Yes I am, Yes I am..

Where’s excited, Where’s excited?

Here I am, Here I am

I am so excited, I am so excited

Yes I am, Yes I am..

Where’s embarrassed, Where’s embarrassed?

Here I am, Here I am

I am so embarrassed, I am so embarrassed

Yes I am, Yes I am..

Where is sad, Where is sad?

Here I am, Here I am

I am very sad, I am very sad

Yes I am, Yes I am..

 

Traffic Light Song for Kids

Red light, red light
What do you mean? What do you mean? What do you mean?
Red light, red light, what do you mean?
I mean stop, ‘till the light turns green.

Yellow light, yellow light
What do you mean? What do you mean? What do you mean?
Yellow light, yellow light, what do you mean?
I mean wait, ‘till the light turns green.

Green light, green
What do you mean? What do you mean? What do you mean?
Green light, green light, what do you mean?
I mean go, but first look both ways.

Thank you, thank you
Red, yellow, green,
Red, yellow, green
Red, yellow, green
Thank you, thank you
Red, yellow, green
Now I know what the traffic lights mean.

 

Traffic Light Song Circle Time Demonstration:

 

Preschool Kids Song – Days of the Week
(sung to the tune of Adams Family)

There’s Sunday and there’s Monday
There’s Tuesday and there’s Wednesday
There’s Thursday and there’s Friday,
and then there’s Saturday.
Days of the week *(snap snap)
Days of the week *(snap snap)
Days if the week, Days of the week, Days of the week
*(snap snap)
(*snap your fingers)

 

‘Days Of The Week Song’  Circle Time Demonstration:

The Itsy Bitsy Spider

The itsy bitsy spider climbed up the water spout,
Down came the rain and washed the spider out.
Out came the sun and dried up all the rain,
so the itsy bitsy spider climbed up the spout again.

 

Circle Time Song – That’s What Makes the World Go Round

I have two hands and I can clap them like this (clap clap)
I have two hands and I can clap them like this (clap clap)
I have two hands and I can clap them like this (clap clap)
And that’s what makes the world go ‘round (roll arms)

It’s a little bit up and a little bit down (wave hands up in air then downwards)
a little bit up and a little bit down (wave hands up in air then downwards)
a little bit up and a little bit down (wave hands up in air then downwards)
And that’s what makes the world go round.

*Other verses you can add are:
• I have two eyes and I can blink them like this
• I have a tongue and I can click it like this
• I have two feet and I can stomp them like this
• I have two ears and I can wiggle them like this
• I have two lips and I can kiss them like this (blow kiss)
*You can also create your own variations, it’s fun to get creative.

 

That’s What Makes the World Go Round Circle Time Song Demonstration:

Circle Song To Get Preschoolers Attention in the Classroom

One two three, eyes on me,
hands are on your head.
Smiles are on your faces,
Looking at me.

 

 

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