Spring and Easter Songs

Here are some fun and easy songs and rhymes to teach your toddlers…

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Little Ducks

Sung to: “London Bridge”

Little ducks go quack, quack, quack
Quack, quack, quack,
Quack, quack, quack –
Little ducks go quack quack quack
In the springtime.

  A Song of Flowers

Sung to: “Sing a Song of Sixpence

Sing a song of flowers, flowers all around.
Flowers that are growing, growing in the ground
Flowers of each colour make a pretty view.
Red and orange and yellow.
And blue and purple, too.

 What a lovely time of year

Sung to: “The Mulberry Bush”

What a lovely time of year,
Time of year, time of year.
What a lovely time of year
In our springtime garden.
See the flowers swing and sway,
Swing and sway, swing and sway.
See the flowers swing and sway
In our springtime garden.

 The farmer plants the seeds

Sung to: “The Farmer In The Dell

The farmer plants the seeds
The farmer plants the seeds
Hi, Ho and Cherry O
The farmer plants the seeds
The rain begins to fall
The sun begins to shine
The plants begin to grow
The buds all open up
The flowers smile at me

  I’m a little seed

Sung to: “I’m A Little Teapot”

I’ll plant a little seed in the dark, dark ground.
Out comes the yellow sun, big and round.
Down comes the cool rain, soft and slow.
Up comes the little seed, grow, grow, grow!

 Leaves are growing

Sung to: “London Bridge

Leaves are growing on the trees, on the trees, on the trees
Leaves are growing on the trees, It is springtime.
All the grass is turning green
See the birdies build their nest
Watch the flowers start to grow

 Easter bunny

Sung to “Twinkle Twinkle little star” 

Easter Bunny soft and white

Hopping quickly out of sight

Bringing treats and goodies too

I wish that I could play with you

Turn around don’t hop away

Maybe you can stay and play!

 It is springtime

Sung To: “Are You Sleeping”

It is springtime, it is springtime
Winter’s gone, winter’s gone
Summertime is coming, summertime is coming
It won’t be long, it won’t be long.

This is the way

Sung To: “Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush”

This is the way the bunny hops, bunny hops, bunny hops,
This is the way the bunny hops,
On a spring time morning.

This is the way the blue bird flies…
This is the way the little chick walks……
This is the way the little duck swims……
This is the way the little lamb runs…..
This is the way the children play…..

Take a look here for some yummy Easter treats

 

Some quick  and cute rhymes to learn together.

I Saw a Little Bunny

I saw a little bunny 
going hop, hop, hop.
I said, “Please, Mr. Bunny,
won’t you stop, stop, stop.” 
He flapped his big, long ears
and had no word to say,
And before I could get near him
he had hop, hop, hopped away!

Easter Bunny Poop

The Easter Bunny came last night
And left this little scoop.
Because you weren’t too good this year,
You’re getting Bunny Poop!

Five Little Chickens

Five little chickens by the old barn door,
One saw a beetle, and then there were four.
Four little chickens under a tree,
One saw a cricket, and then there were three.
Three little chickens looked for something new,
One saw a grasshopper, and then there were two.
Two little chickens said, “Oh what fun!”
One saw a ladybug, then there was one.
One little chicken began to run,
For he saw a katydid, then there were none!

Daffodils

 Fingerplay: Show fingers or make daffodil puppets from cupcake liners and craft sticks.

One little daffodil had nothing much to do,
Out popped another one, then there were two.
Two little daffodils were smiling at a bee,
Out popped another one, then there were three.
Three little daffodils were growing by the door,
Out popped another one, then there were four.
Four little daffodils were glad to be alive,
Out popped another one, then there were five.
Five little daffodils were wearing golden crowns,
They danced in the breeze in green satin gowns.

Get them busy in the garden. Find tools and tips here:

 

Author: Carla

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