Preschool Learning Songs
The menu section on the left, lists various fun lyrics so that you can learn them and use them with your preschool or kindergarten kids. We also have a separate section for preschool graduation songs & kindergarten graduation music ideas for children.
You can use these fun tunes along with your preschool lesson plans and various learning activities for teaching preschoolers, toddlers and kindergarten kids when teaching different topics.
Many of these simple songs for kids can be used as action or finger play tunes with preschoolers, toddlers and young ones for teaching in your daycare classroom.
Whether it be a simple Good morning song for preschoolers or music for kids like Baby BumbleBee, Mr Sun song for kids, Farmer Brown’s Red apples and other songs that may be used as action or finger play songs using props or hand puppets to teach.
Fun Preschool & Action Songs:
Do you Like Broccoli Ice Cream Tune
This is a fun idea for preschoolers about funny food combinations. Kids love sweet treats, but usually not when they are combined with some foods that they do not like!
That makes some of these funny foods in this song YUCKY! and kids don’t like YUCKY! This is sure to get some fun reactions from your children or preschool classroom.
Give it a try! It really get kids thinking about the weird food combinations.
Down By The Bay
I remember singing this classic song in kindergarten myself. I always enjoyed this one. My son loves this funny tune which involves rhyming words.
We try to come up with as many different names of animals that are ‘Down by the Bay…where the watermelons grow”.
He really laughs at some of the fun rhymes that we come up with to finish each verse.
Five Little Monkeys Swinging in a Tree
This is a classic song for kids that uses hand and finger movements like an action song. The song refers to the 5 little monkey’s swinging in a tree teasing Mr.Alligator.
Mr. Alligator snatches the little monkey’s 1 by 1 out of the tree. It helps the preschoolers to learn simple counting and numbers as the monkey’s begin to get snatched out of their trees.
It’s a fun tune to sing with the children in your classroom or at home.