Free children's songs about different people
We all know that children learn best while having fun, that the imagination plays a key role in their development, and that ALL children love to sing and dance. That's why music features so heavily in many classrooms; teachers understand that music develops their students' physical, social as well as emotional development and contributes to their overall well-being. It's also true that it can be difficult for teachers to find songs that support their children's passions, and that ignites their incredible imaginations. Well, that's where we come in!
These songs all celebrate the uniqueness of different people - from kings and queens to bus drivers, builders and nurses! They have all been written by director, Sarah Owen and sung by Sarah and her brother in law, Dan Lee. Sarah and Dan aren't professional singers; they are simply parents who love to sing with their children at home.
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Five princesses in pointy hatsFree!
Five princesses in pointy hats,
Saw a dragon - flap flap flap.
One princess, she ran away, so...
How many princesses stayed to play?
If I were a mermaidFree!
If I were a mermaid I would swim with sharks. If I were a pirate I would dig for buried gold. If I were a dragon I would breathe hot fire. If I were a princess, well...what would you do?
The Grand Old Duke of YorkFree!Meet the Grand Old Duke of York as he leads his ten thousand men half way up to the top of the hill, and half way down again!
Mary, Mary quite contraryFree!Mary, Mary quite contrary, how does your garden grow? Let's find out!
The happiest clowns in townFree!Meet Claire, a clown with a blue nose and hair to match. And Fred whom she falls in love with and gets married to. What did they wear to get married in? Matching dressing gowns of course, what else?!
Miss Polly had a dollyFree!Miss Polly's dolly is very sick and needs to go to the doctors - quick! Dolly also needs a cuddle; I bet you can help with that!
You're a starFree!Let's say 'thank-you' to all the people who help us - the nurses, teachers, firefighters, builders and, of course, the lollipop person!