Kindergarten practice page

During the Kindergarten year, we work on learning the following songs. Letting your child watch or listen and sing along is a great way to help them learn music! We also practice on resonator bells. Getting a set for home will allow your child to practice, play, and compose their own songs. We compose songs in class, and so naturally, they will try at home, if they have the tools.

To view lyrics at the same time as listening to the audio or watching video, open up two windows at once and place them side-by-side on your desktop.

Delicious Music (Yum, Yum, Yum)

Here We Go Back to School Again

Getting to Know You

My Grandma Has a Green Thumb
My Grandma Has a Green Thumb Lyrics

Solfa major scale (ascending and descending)
do, re, mi, fa, sol, la, ti, do, ti, la, sol, fa, mi, re, do

The scale below begins on do=B:

Do a Deer

Over the River and Through the Woods

Deck the Halls

Let’s Go Build a Snowman (Words and music adapted from the song “Once There Was a Snowman” by Moiselle Renstrom, 1889-1956. From Tune Time, (c) 1955, 1981 Pioneer Music Press, Inc., a division of Jackman Music Corporation. Used by permission.)

Do You Want to Build a Snowman? (English, French, Spanish)

And Italian, just for fun. (Beautiful grown up Anna voice!)

Aren’t there so many people around the world who sing so beautifully? Thousands and thousands! YOU can sing beautifully, too!

Rain, Rain, We Love Rain

I Am Like an Apple Seed (Making Music Makes Me Smile duet)

What’s My Secret Recipe? (Making Music Makes Me Smile duet/trio)
What’s My Secret Recipe? Lyrics

Making Music Makes Me Smile

You’ve Had a Birthday (Grandma McConochie’s birthday song; used with her permission)

Bonne Fête (French-Canadian version of “Happy Birthday”)

Another birthday song I learned in Québec (I don’t know it’s name)

Adios, Amigos