Today I’m welcoming Angela of Teaching Mama! Angela is a former teacher and talented blogger, not to mention a dear friend, whom I was privileged to meet at a blogging conference last summer. I love her creative, fun approach to learning with her three boys. Be sure to follow Teaching Mama for creative learning ideas and free printables!
Music is an important part of the preschool day. Young children love music, and songs are a great way to hold the attention of children and help minimize classroom behavior problems.
Preschool songs can be used as transitions, which help children move from one activity to the next. You can also use action songs to help preschoolers release that energy they seem to always have! Today, I’m sharing over 60 preschool songs, as well as their free printables.
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I’ve put together my favorite preschool songs for you! Simply click on the links or images below to see the songs and to download the printables.
Back to School Songs – 10 songs to celebrate going back to school and meeting new friends in the classroom.
8 Songs to Begin a Preschool Day – Songs that are perfect for starting out the school day! Get the students’ attention and help the day start out on a happy note!
10 Songs About Autumn – Fun autumn songs to celebrate the season!
8 Songs About Winter – Cheery songs about snow, snowmen, mittens, and more!
7 Songs About Spring – Lovely songs about sunshine, flowers, and animals!
10 Songs About Colors – Songs to help little ones learn their colors.
10 Preschool Transition Songs and Chants – Songs and chants to help you transition to different activities and help your day run smoothly!
If you’re looking for more songs, check out these free letter books of songs and rhymes right here on The Measured Mom!
Lastly, I want to share my number and letter formation rhymes with you. These fun little rhymes help children learn the correct way to write numbers and letters! Click on the links below to read more about them.
Music is a wonderful way to teach children, and I hope these songs, rhymes, and chants will be useful to you in your classroom or your home!
Angela is the writer and creator of Teaching Mama. She is a former teacher, now stay-at-home-mom to 3 little boys (6, 4, and 1). Her blog is dedicated to sharing hands-on learning activities for babies, toddlers and preschoolers. You can follow all of her learning activities on Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, and Instagram.