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Songs and rhymes about


preschool songs about the seasons

Here is a collection of the words for some songs and rhymes that co-ordinate with the popular early childhood theme "Seasons", and can be used when planning activities and curriculum for young children.

Spring activity printables

Summer activity printables 

Fall/autumn activity printables 

Winter activity printables 


Spring is showery, flowery, bowery,
Summer is hoppy, croppy, poppy.
Autumn is slippy, drippy, nippy,
Winter is breezy, sneezy, freezy
Tune: Jolly Old St Nick
Yellow, yellow daffodil, dancing in the sun,
Oh yellow, yellow daffodil, you tell me spring has come.
I can hear a blue bird sing, and hear a robin call.
But yellow yellow daffodil I love you most of all.

Five little flowers standing in the sun See their heads nodding, bowing one by one?
Down, down, down comes the gentle rain And the five little flowers lift their heads up again!

I love the flowers.
I love the budding trees.
I love the chirping birds.
I love the buzzing bees.
I love the Springtime,
When the sun is warm and bright,
Boom de-a-da, boom de-a-da,
Boom de-a-da, boom, boom.
(Tune:Twinkle Twinkle Little Star)
First you dig a little hole,
Then you drop some seeds in there.
Cover them with lots of dirt.
Give them water, sun, and care.
Now the seeds will start to sprout,
Flowers blooming all about!
(Tune:Farmer in the Dell)
The farmer plants the seeds
The farmer plants the seeds
Hi, Ho, the derry O
The farmer plants the seeds

Additional Verses:
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

Sung to: "Frere Jacques"
Dance like snowflakes
Dance like snowflakes
In the air
In the air
Whirling, twirling, snowflakes
Whirling, twirling, snowflakes
Here and there
Here and there.

Sung to: "Sailing, Sailing"
Snowflakes, snowflakes
Falling to the ground.
Each one rest so gently
They never make a sound.
Snowflakes, snowflakes
Are so pure and white.
The special thing about them is
No two are alike.

I'm a little snow person,
Short and fat
Here are my buttons,
And here is my hat.
When the snow comes out,
I cannot stay.
Slowly I just melt away

A chubby little snowman
Had a carrot nose.
Along came a bunny,
And what do you suppose?
That hungry little bunny,
Looking for his lunch.
Ate that snowman's carrot nose,
Nibble, nibble, crunch!!


Five little snowmen standing in a row,
They each have a hat,
And a big red bow
When the sun shines
Where will they go?
(shrug shoulders)
They melt, melt, melt, melt, melt...
(sink down to floor)


Warm hands, warm
Do you know how?
If you want to warm your hands,
Warm your hands right now.

Where did you get that little red nose? (Point to nose)
Jack frost kissed it I suppose (kissing noise)
He kissed it once (hold up one finger)
And he kissed it twice (hold up 2 fingers)
Poor little nose is cold as ice! (Pretend to shiver)

Sung to: "Hokey Pokey"
You put your right mitten in,
you take your right mitten out,
you put your right mitten in
and you shake it all about.
You do the snowkey pokey
and you turn yourself around.
That's what it's all about.
Way up high in the snowy tree
Lots of little snowflakes smiled at me.
I shook that tree as hard as I could.
Down came the snowflakes
Oh, were they cold!
(Tune:Sing a Song of Sixpence)
Sing a song of winter,
Frost is in the air,
Sing a song of winter,
Snowflakes everywhere,
Sing a song of winter,
Hear the sleighbells chime,
Can you think of anything,
As nice as winter time?
Let's go walking in the snow/rain (walk)
Walking, walking, on tiptoe(tiptoe)
Lift your one foot way up high
(hop on one foot)
Then the other to keep it dry
(hop on other foot)
All around the yard we skip
Watch your step or you might slip
(pretend to fall)


 Sung to: "Deck the Halls"

Do you hear the pitter-patter? Hear the raindrops falling down.
Can you see the splashing water? All the raindrops on the ground.
Time to get our big umbrellas we don't want to get our hair all wet.
If you wear your boots and raincoat, we will go outside and splash a bit!



Sung to: "My Bonnie lies Over the Ocean"
My bubbles flew over the ocean
My bubbles flew over the sea
My bubbles flew over the rainbow.
Oh come back my bubbles to me.
Come back, come back,
Oh come back, my bubbles to me!


Sung to: "Teddy Bear, Teddy bear turn around"

Scarecrow, Scarecrow, turn around.
Scarecrow, scarecrow, jump up and down
Scarecrow, scarecrow, arms up high
Scarecrow, Scarecrow, wink one eye
Scarecrow, scarecrow, bend your knee
Scarecrow, scarecrow, flap in the breeze
Scarecrow, scarecrow, climb into bed
Scarecrow, scarecrow, rest your head
When all the cows were sleeping,
And the sun had gone to bed,
Up jumped the scarecrow,
And this is what he said,
"I'm a Dingle Dangle Scarecrow,
with a flippy, floppy hat,
I can shake my hands like this,
And I can shake my feet like that!"
Sung to: "The Grand Old Duke of York"
Oh, the frisky little squirrel
He gathers nuts and seeds.
He hides them for the winter months
So he'll have all he needs.
Oh, up up up he goes
And down down down he comes.
He runs around - goes up and down.
His work is never done.
These are brown leaves, fluttering down,
And this is the tall tree bare and brown;
This is the squirrel with eyes so bright      
Hunting for nuts, with all of her might
This is the hole where, day by day,
Nut after nut she stores away
When winter comes, with its cold and storm
She'll rest curled up,
All snug and warm.    

I'm an acorn, small and round,
Lying on the cold, cold ground.
People pass and step on me,
That's why I'm all cracked, you see.
I'm a nut, (clap, clap)
I'm a nut (clap, clap)
I'm a nut, (clap, clap)
I'm a nut. (clap, clap)

I looked out my window and what did I find?
Green leaves a-growing on my pumpkin vine. (twice)
Gree-een leaves, green leaves a growing (twice)
Gree-een leaves a growing on my pumpkin vine.

...yellow flowers growing bugs crawling
...pumpkins growing
Pumpkin, pumpkin on the ground
(crouch down)
How'd you get so big and round? 
(make a circle with arms)
Once you were a seed so small,
(pretend to hold a seed)
Now you are a great big ball!
(make a circle with hands)
Pumpkin, pumpkin on the ground
(crouch down)
How'd you get so big and round?
(make a circle with arms)

 Sung To: "Oh, Christmas Tree?

Oh, fall is here. Oh, fall is here,
And wintertime is coming.
The squirrels get ready. Yes, they do.
They gather nuts to get them through.
The wintertime, cold wintertime,
It’s fall and winter’s coming.
The ducks get ready. Yes, they do.
They migrate south to get them through.

The bears get ready. Yes, they do.
They look for dens to get them through.
Autumn leaves are falling down
Falling down, falling down
Autumn leaves are falling down
Red, yellow, orange and brown

Sung to: "I'm a little teapot"

I'm a little scarecrow stuffed with hay.
Here I stand in a field all day.
When I see the crows,
I like to shout
"Hey! You crows, you better get out!”
Here is the apple tree with leaves so green,
(arms like a tree)
Here are the apples that hang in between,
(make a small circle)
When the wind blows,
(sway body and arms back and forth)
The apples will fall,
(crouch down on the floor)
Let's use a basket to gather them all! 
( pick up apples and put them into a basket)
     When the leaves are on the ground,
Instead of on the trees
I like to make a pile of them
Way up to my knees
I like to run and jump in them
And kick them all around
I like the prickly feel of them
And the crickly, crackly sound.

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