Circle Time Songs
  • Weather Song
https://youtu.be/DnGKfOX5bVQ
  • Days of the Week
https://youtu.be/yIvQOab00OQ
  • Months of the Year
https://youtu.be/rMhZXxQP5fo
Advent Song:
Sung to: "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star"
Advent is a time to wait
Not quite time to celebrate
Light the candles one by one
Till the advent time is done
Christmas day will soon be here
Time for joy and time for cheer.

Manners Song

I have super manners, yes I do
I can say please and thank you too,
When I play with friends, I like to share
That's the way I show I care

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Lucky leprechaun song

http://youtu.be/eSvz1lkvih4

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It's March!

March is the third month of the year (clap twice).
March is the third month of the year (clap twice).
There is daylight savings time, St. Patricks Day,
and Spring is finally here.
March is the third month of the year (clap twice).

It's February!

(sung to the tune of "If You're Happy and You Know It"0
February is the second month of the year (clap twice).
February is the second month of the year (clap twice).
There is Ground Hogs Day and Valentine's Day.
February is the second month of the year (clap twice).

It's January!

(sung to the tune of "if You're Happy and You Know It")

January is the first month of the year (clap twice).
January is the first month of the year (clap twice).
Oh, the weather's very cold.
and you have to wear your (mittens, hat, scarf, boots, coat, etc).
January is the first month of the year (clap twice).


A Slippery Song

(sung to the tune of "Have You Ever Seen a Lassie?")
Have you ever gone ice-skating,
ice-skating, ice-skating?
Have you ever gone ice-skating?
Then whoops-you fell down!
One minute, you're standing;
The next, you are landing.
Have you ever gone ice-skating
Then whoops-you fell down.









Money Song

Penny, penny, easily spent,
Copper brown and worth one cent.

Nickel, nickel, thick and fat,
You're worth five cents, I know that!

Dime, dime, little and thin,
I remember you're worth ten.

Quarter, quarter, big and bold,
You're worth twenty-five I'm told