Skidamarink Activities – Song Lyrics, Movements And Music Video!

Spread some love and sing Song of the Week, Skidamarink-A-Dink-A-Dink! I’ll teach you the lyrics and movements to this fun-lovin’ tune!

These Skidamarink Activities includ lyrics, a description of the movements and music video performances!

 

Skidamarink Lyrics

 

Skidamarink-A-Dink-A-Dink

Skidamarink a-dink-a-dink

Skidamarink a-do

I love you

 

Skidamarink a-dink-a-dink

Skidamarink a-do

I love you

 

I love you in the morning

And in the afternoon

I love you in the evening

And underneath the moon, oh 

 

Skidamarink a-dink-a-dink

Skidamarink a-do

I love you!

 

Want to learn the movements for Skidamarink A Dink A Dink?  Here they are with the lyrics:

 

Skidamarink Movements

 

Skidamarink a-dink-a-dink (put right elbow in left hand and wiggle fingers)

Skidamarink a-do (put left elbow in right hand and wiggle fingers)

I love you (I love you in sign language)

 

Skidamarink a-dink-a-dink (put right elbow in left hand and wiggle fingers)

Skidamarink a-do (put left elbow in right hand and wiggle fingers)

I love you (I love you in sign language)

 

I love you in the morning (lock fingers and make an arch to one side like the sun rising)

And in the afternoon (with fingers locked, arch your arms straight up like the afternoon sun)

I love you in the evening (with fingers locked, arch your arms to the other side like the setting sun)

And underneath the moon, oh (make a circle or heart with your hands and raise up as the moon)

 

Skidamarink a-dink-a-dink (put right elbow in left hand and wiggle fingers)

Skidamarink a-do (put left elbow in right hand and wiggle fingers)

I love you!

(I love you in sign language)

Skidamarink Music Videos

Finally, watch this video by Wee Sing where you can see what the movements look like and listen to the song.  This version is little broken up with the people acting it out.

There is another version out there somewhere that I remember from when I was a kid.  It was on some children’s show in the early 1990s and I’m pretty sure it was sung at the end of every episode. I can’t remember what the show was, though. Anyone know what I’m talking about? Let me know in the comments!

 

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