Scarecrow Song Ideas for Pre K Kids in Fall & Summertime
These scarecrow songs for preschoolers and Fall/Autumn song ideas for kids and preschool children are great anytime songs, or a nice fit with a Summer or Fall song theme.
You can certainly build a Fall lesson plan or other learning theme for children around any subject and use related songs, like these scarecrow songs, and scarecrow song ideas to add to them.
Kids enjoy fun songs and can learn well from their teaching message and lyrics. They are a great way to teach children and help to keep preschoolers, toddlers and kindergarten kids attention.
If you are looking for specific preschool song topics or theme ideas then see all our listed kids songs here on the Preschool Songs Categories page.
There are a variety of fall songs, winter songs, songs about shapes, songs about animals and many more song ideas and lyrics. Be sure to use any of the scarecrow songs for preschoolers below with your classroom or children.
I’m A Little Scarecrow Song:
(original author unknown)
(Sung to: “I’m a little Teapot”)
I’m a little scarecrow,
Raggedy and worn
I wear a hat,
And a shirt that”s torn
When the crows come,
I wave and shout,
“Away from my Garden
Get on Out”
(original author unknown)
(Sung to: “Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear Turn Around”)
jump up and down,
arms up high,
wink one eye,
bend your knee,
flap in the breeze,
climb into bed,
rest your head.
Busy Little Scarecrow
( © preschoollearningonline.com – D. Robinson )
Busy little scarecrow,
I look around,
and I watch the sky,
When the crows fly down,
I know what to do,
I flap my arms,
and yell shoo, shoo, shoo!
Build a Scarecrow Lesson Plan Theme for the Kids:
A nice way to build or add to these scarecrow songs for kids would be to help children learn more about scarecrows with some fun learning activities. You can do this by asking the preschool children questions like:
- What are scarecrows?
- What are scarecrows used for?
- What do scarecrows look like?
- Who uses scarecrows?
Any questions like that. These are good for helping children to learn about scarecrows. You can build a theme or lesson based on answering simple questions like these and others you may have.
Pictures & Coloring Pages:
You can incorporate pictures of scarecrows with the preschool children. Look at a variety of different images of scarecrows etc. You may leave these pictures out for the preschool children to look at later and examine.
Scarecrow Books & Stories:
You may get books about scarecrows and read these with the preschool children.
Try to find simple art activities for kids that involve scarecrows. You could have the preschool children draw scarecrows, paint them, make simple scarecrows etc. You just have to get creative and take some time to look for new ideas for teaching the children.