Skin and Bones

Just in time for Halloween is today’s featured song, Skin and Bones, written by Raffi.

This cute Halloween song is just a little bit spooky but mostly fun!

skin and bonesSkin and Bones Lyrics

There was and old woman all skin and bones, OOOOOOOOO

She lived down by the old grave yard, OOooooOOoooo

One night she thought she’d take a walk, OOOooooOOoooo

She walked down by the old grave yard, OOooooOOoooo

She saw the bones a’ laying around, OOooooOOoooo

She went to the closet to get her broom, OOooooOOoooo

She opened the door and BOOO!

 

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There Was A Tree

tree imageI first heard this song way back when I was a summer camp counselor.  It’s traditionally a camp song but I think it would also be super fun to sing at school.

Coordinating all the different movements and lyrics might be a little bit challenging, so this may be better for older kids, but I think the younger kiddos will still get a kick out of the crazy tounge-twisting lyrics and fast paced energy this song creates.

The further into the song you get, the faster you sing the recap.  It gets really crazy at the end as everyone tries to keep up!

There Was A Tree Lyrics

There was a tree (there was a tree)

The prettiest little tree (the prettiest little tree)

That you ever did see (that you ever did see)

And the tree was in the ground

And the green grass grew all around, all around

And the green grass grew all around!
And on that tree (and on that tree)

There was a limb (there was a limb)

The prettiest little limb (the prettiest little limb)

That you ever did see (that you ever did see)

And the limb was on the tree

And the tree was in the ground

And the green grass grew all around, all around

And the green grass grows all around!
And on that limb (and on that limb)

There was a branch (there was a branch)

The prettiest little branch (the prettiest little branch)

That you ever did see (that you ever did see)

And the branch was on the limb

And the limb was on the tree

And the tree was in the ground

And the green grass grew all around, all around

And the green grass grew all around!
And on that branch (and on that branch)

There was a nest (there was a nest)

The prettiest little nest (the prettiest little nest)

That you ever did see (that you ever did see)

And the nest was on the branch

And the branch was on the limb

And the limb was on the tree

And the tree was in the ground

And the green grass grew all around, all around

And the green grass grew all around!
And in that nest (and in that nest)

There was an egg (there was an egg)

The prettiest little egg (the prettiest little egg)

That you ever did see (that you ever did see)

And the egg was in the nest

And the nest was on the branch

And the branch was on the limb

And the limb was on the tree

And the tree was in the ground

And the green grass grew all around, all around

And the green grass grew all around!

 

And in that egg (and in that egg)

There was a bird (there was a bird)

The prettiest little bird (the prettiest little bird)

That you ever did see (that you ever did see)

And the bird was in the egg

And the egg was in the nest

And the nest was on the branch

And the branch was on the limb

And the limb was on the tree

And and the tree was in the ground

And the green grass grew all around, all around

And the green grass grew all around!

 

And on that bird (and on that bird)

There was a wing (there was a wing)

The prettiest little wing (the prettiest little wing)

That you ever did see (that you ever did see)

And the wing was on the bird

And the bird was in the egg

And the egg was in the nest

And the nest was on the branch

And the branch was on the limb

And the limb was on the tree

And the tree was in the ground

And the green grass grew all around, all around

And the green grass grew all around!

 

And on that wing (and on that wing)

There was a feather (there was a feather)

The prettiest little feather (the prettiest little feather)

That you ever did see (that you ever did see)

And the feather was on the wing

And the wing was on the bird

And the bird was in the egg

And the egg was in the nest

And the nest was on the branch

And the branch was on the limb

And the limb was on the tree

And the tree was in the ground

And the green grass grew all around, all around

And the green grass grew all around!

 

And on that feather (and on that feather)

There was an ELEPHANT! (there was an elephant!)

The prettiest little elephant (the prettiest little elephant)

That you ever did see (that you ever did see)

And the elephant was on the feather

And the feather was on the wing

And the wing was on the bird

And the bird was in the egg

And the egg in was the nest

And the nest was on the branch

And the branch was on the limb

And the limb was on the tree

And the tree was in the ground

And the green grass grew all around, all around

And the green grass grew all around!

 

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Sally The Camel

Camel ImageSally The Camel is a cute, repetitive song about a camel who is actually a horse.  This song is perfect for transitions and anytime you have a couple minutes to spare!

Sally The Camel Lyrics

Sally The Camel has five humps

Sally The Camel has five humps

Sally The Camel has five humps

So ride, Sally ride!

 

Sally The Camel has four humps

Sally The Camel has four humps

Sally The Camel has four humps

So ride, Sally, ride!

 

Sally The Camel has three humps

Sally The Camel has three humps

Sally The Camel has three humps

So ride, Sally, ride!

 

Sally The Camel has two humps

Sally The Camel has two humps

Sally The Camel has two humps

So ride, Sally, ride!

 

Sally The Camel has one hump

Sally The Camel has one hump

Sally The Camel has one hump

So ride, Sally, ride!

 

Sally The Camel has no humps

Sally The Camel has no humps

Sally The Camel has no humps

Because Sally is a Horse!

Of Course!

 

Printable Song Lyrics

Here are the printable lyrics to this song, only instead on Sally, the camel’s name is Alice. I love the visuals!

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Peanut Butter and Jelly

PBJ ImagePeanut Butter and Jelly is a song that’s all about the process of making a PBJ Sandwich.

Movements

For the movements, students make and eat an imaginary peanut butter and jelly sandwich. For the repetitive chorus, pulse your hands to the right with the rhythm as you sing the words, “peanut butter” and bring your hands to the left just for the word “jelly”)

Peanut Butter and Jelly Lyrics

(Repetitive chorus)

Peanut, peanut butter and jelly

Peanut, peanut butter and jelly

 

(Clapping motion)

First you get the peanuts and you smash em, ya smash em

First you get the peanuts and you smash em, ya smash em!

 

Peanut, peanut butter and jelly

Peanut, peanut butter and jelly

 

(Smooshing motion with hands)

Then you get the grapes and you squash em, ya squash em

Then you get the grapes and you squash em, ya squash em!

 

Peanut, peanut butter and jelly

Peanut, peanut butter and jelly

 

(As if spreading the peanut butter and jelly onto bread)

Then you get the bread and you spread, you spread!

Then you get the bread and you spread, you spread!

 

Peanut, peanut butter and jelly

Peanut, peanut butter and jelly

 

(Eating motion)

Then you get your plate and you eat, you eat

Then you get your plate and eat, and eat it!

 

Peanut, peanut butter and jelly

Peanut, peanut butter and jelly

 

(One hand motioning drinking, the other rubbing belly)

Then you wash it down with milk, with milk

Then you wash it down with milk, with milk

 

Peanut, peanut butter and jelly

Peanut, peanut butter and jelly

 

Peanut, peanut butter and jelly

Peanut, peanut butter and jelly!

 

 

 

 

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