pre-schoolers Christmas Sing-a-longs  and Action Rhymes

Sing these songs with your family and friends this holiday season. Reindeer Hokey Pokey(Sung to the tune of “The Hokey Pokey”)

You put your antlers in. You put your antlers out.
You put your antlers in and you shake them all about.
You do the Reindeer Pokey and you turn yourself around.
That’s what it’s all about!
You put your hooves in. You put your hooves out.You put your hooves in and you shake them all about.
You do the Reindeer Pokey and you turn yourself around.
That’s what it’s all about!(Repeat with following verses.)
You put your red nose in
You put your fluffy tail in
You put your reindeer body in
Original Author Unknown

The Winter Hokey Pokey

(Sung to the tune of “The 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 Winter Pokey and you turn yourself around.
That’s what it’s all about!
(Repeat with following verses.)
You put your left mitten in….
You put your right boot….
You put your left boot….
You put your long scarf in….
You put your warm cap in….
You put your snowsuit in….

Original Author Unknown

It’s Snowing!

(Sung to the tune of “Ten Little Indians”)
Snowflakes falling down, down, down,
Snowflakes falling down, down, down,
Snowflakes falling down, down, down,
Falling to the ground.

Watch them growing deeper, deeper,
Watch them growing deeper, deeper,
Watch them growing deeper, deeper,
Covering the ground.

Children playing–snow is fun!
Children playing–snow is fun!
Children playing–snow is fun!
When it hits the ground.

Now it’s getting warmer, warmer.
Now it’s getting warmer, warmer.
Now it’s getting warmer, warmer.
Melting all the snow.

Very soon it disappears,
Very soon it disappears,
Very soon it disappears,
Now the snow’s all gone.

Original Author Unknown

Here’s a little Candle

(Sung to the tune of “I’m a Little Teapot”)

Here’s a little candle dressed in white,
Wearing a hat of yellow light.
When the night is dark, then you will see
just how bright this light can be.
Here’s a little candle straight and tall,
shining it’s light upon us all.
When the night is dark, then you will see
just how bright this light can be.
Here’s a little candle burning bright,
Keeping us safe all through the night.
When the night is dark, then you will see
just how bright this light can be!
Original Author Unknown

Where is Santa?

(Sung to the tune of “Are you sleeping”)

Where is Santa? Where is Santa?
Here I am! Here I am!
Merry, Merry Christmas! Merry, Merry, Christmas!Ho! Ho! Ho! Ho! Ho! Ho!
Original Author Unknown

Let’s All Do a Little Clapping

(Sung to the tune of “We Wish You a Merry Christmas”)
Let’s all do a little clapping,Letís all do a little clapping,Letís all do a little clapping,And spread Christmas cheer.(Repeat with following actions.)
Jumping . . .
Stretching . . .
Twirling . . .Hopping . . .Bending . . .
Original Author Unknown

Old St. Nicholas

(Sung to the tune of “Old McDonald had a Farm”)
Old St. Nicholas had a tree
Ho, Ho, Ho, Ho, Ho!
And on that tree he had some horns
Ho, Ho, Ho, Ho, Ho!
With a toot-toot here and a toot-toot there
Here a toot, there a toot
every where a toot-tootOld St. Nicholas had a tree
Ho, Ho, Ho, Ho, Ho!
(Repeat with following verses)
Candy canes: yum-yumLights: blink-blink
Bells: ring-ringStars: twinkle-twinkleSnowflakes: flutter-flutter

Original Author Unknown

Build a Snowman

(Sung to the tune of “Oh My Darling Clementine”)
Build a snowman,
Build a snowman,
Build a snowman,
Big and round.
Shape three snowballs, different sizes
Stack them tall, then add a face.

Dress the snowman,
Dress the snowman,
Dress the snowman,
Big and round.
Dress him in last winter’s clothes,
Tie his scarf and add a cap.

When the sun,
When the sun,
When the sun
Shines so bright,
Watch him melt and disappear
Never to return again.

Save his clothes,
Save his clothes,
Save his clothes,
Don’t throw them out!
Soon the snow will fall again.
Another snowman will be born.

Original Author Unknown

Frost on the Roof

(Sung to the tune of “The Farmer in the Dell”)
The frost is in the air.
The frost is in the air.
It’s wintertime, It’s wintertime,
The frost is in the air.

The frost is on the trees.
The frost is on the trees.
It’s wintertime, It’s wintertime,
The frost is on the trees.

The frost is on the roof.
The frost is on the roof.
It’s wintertime, It’s wintertime,
The frost is on the roof.

The frost is on the windows.
The frost is on the windows.
It’s wintertime, It’s wintertime,
The frost is on the windows.

The frost is on the ground.
The frost is on the ground.
It’s wintertime, It’s wintertime,
The frost is on the ground.

The frost tells me it’s cold.
The frost tells me it’s cold.
It’s wintertime, It’s wintertime,
The frost tells me it’s cold.

So inside I’ll stay.
So inside I’ll stay.
Inside it’s nice, and I am warm.
So inside I’ll stay.
Original Author Unknown

Pudgie Little Snowman

A pudgie little snowman
had a carrot nose
Along came a bunny
and what do you suppose.
That hungry little bunny
looking for some lunch
Ate the little snowman’s nose
Nibble, Nibble, CRUNCH!

Original Author Unknown

Snowflakes

(Sung to the tune of “Sailing, Sailing”)
>Snowflakes, snowflakes
Falling to the ground.
Each one rests so gently,
They never make a sound.

Snowflakes, snowflakes
are so pure and white
The special thing about them is
No two are alike
Original Author Unknown

It Is Winter

(Sung to the tune of “Are You Sleeping?”)
It is winter,
It is winter,
Oh, so cold!
Oh, so cold!
Icy, snowy weather,
Long nights and short days,
Winter’s here!
Winter’s here!

Original Author Unknown

Snowflakes Falling Down

(Sung to the tune of “Row, Row, Row Your Boat”)
Snowflakes falling down,
Falling to the ground.
Big white, fluffy, flakes,
That do not make a sound.
Original Author Unknown

Five Little Snowmen

Five little snowmen standing in a row.
(Hold up five fingers; stand up straight like soldier.)

Each had two eyes and a carrot nose.
(Point to eyes; point to nose.)

Along came the sun and shone all day,
(Form sun with hands; wipe sweat from brow.)

And one little snowman melted away.
(Hold up one finger; slowly “melt” to the ground.)

Four little snowmen…
Three little snowmen…
Two little snowmen…
One little snowman…

Original Author Unknown

I’m a Great Big Snowman

(Sung to the tune of “I’m a Little Teapot”)
I’m a great big snowman,
Tall and fat.
Here’s my tummy.
Here’s my hat.
Raisins for my eyes,
And a carrot nose,
I’m all snow from head to toe!

Original Author Unknown

It Is Winter

(Sung to the tune of “Are You Sleeping?”)
It is winter,
It is winter,
Oh, so cold!
Oh, so cold!
Icy, snowy weather,
Long nights and short days,
Winter’s here!
Winter’s here!

Original Author Unknown

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