Spring is such a fun season! Preschool spring songs are a great way to celebrate the warmer weather and the new growth of spring. From rainstorms and rainbows to baby birds and bunnies, these preschool spring songs will definitely have the little ones noticing all the beauty of spring.
This list of preschool spring songs can be used in several ways to build early literacy skills. For including reading, you could write the lyrics on a chart to hang to use as you learn the words. To incorporate reading and writing, you could choose just one song and pair it with a book and craft. Another option would be to focus on playing by making up actions with the kids for each song.
Click on the title of each of the preschool spring songs to find the full lyrics. Some rhymes are set to traditional tunes. You will find an instrumental version of the tune to practice singing the new rhyme to the familiar tune.
10 Preschool Spring Songs
- I’m a Little Jumpy Frog
- Robin’s Nest
- I’m the Easter Bunny
- Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary
- Five Little Chickens
- Pitter-Patter, Pitter-Pat
- Little Ducks Go Quack
- The Rainbow Song
- Five Little Bunnies
- There Once Was a Turtle
My Spring Robin by Anne Rockwell
Nest by Jorey Hurley
And Then It’s Spring by Julie Fogliano
Make a rock garden to go along with Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary
from Because Babies Grow Up.
This bunny hiding in the grass craft is simple and adorable! What a great craft to go with the 5 Little Bunnies rhyme. From Crafty Morning
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