Are you in need of some new good morning songs to start the day in your Preschool or Pre-K classroom? Singing a special song at the beginning of each school day is the perfect way to help your little learners start the day off on a positive note. Here you’ll find 14 of the best good morning and hello songs to sing with your kids.
Good Morning Songs for Preschool
Songs and rhymes are a great way to create a warm and welcoming classroom environment. The beginning of the day in any early childhood classroom is especially important, this is a time when you set the tone for your entire day. You can start your day off right by welcoming your students with a catchy song.
Have you ever noticed how a good circle time song can have a calming effect on kids? Or how it can capture their attention almost magically? Music is a powerful teaching tool!
While songs and music are certainly fun for young children, they can also be used to establish daily routines. A good preschool teacher understands the importance of incorporating music and movement into their daily classroom schedule.
The Best Good Morning Songs
There are plenty of good morning songs on YouTube for you to use in your classroom. But finding the time to listen to and select the best songs can be very time-consuming. I know you don’t have oodles of spare time, so I did all the hard work for you! Here are my favorite age-appropriate songs to start the day off on the right foot in your classroom.
Hello, Hello, by Music with Nancy
Morning Song, by The Kiboomers
Good Morning Song for Kids, by The Singing Walrus
Good Morning Song, by Maple Leaf Learning
Rise and Shine, by Dr. Jean
Good Morning, Mr. Rooster, by Super Simple Songs
Hello Song, by The Kiboomers
Good Morning Songs for Circle Time
Hello! by Super Simple Songs
Good Morning, by The Learning Station
Good Morning Song, by Jack Hartmann
Good Morning Song, by The Kiboomers
Good Morning, by Jose-Luis Orozco
Hello Song, by Maple Leaf Learning
Good Morning Songs with Dr. Jean Feldman, by ESC Region 13
You can show these songs to your class on a smart TV, or by using an LCD projector and computer screen. If you prefer to use audio only, no problem. Your kids will love singing along as you lead them in song – with or without a screen. The best thing about these songs is that you don’t even have to be a good singer to use them in your classroom!
Follow my Good Morning Songs playlist on YouTube if you prefer to watch the videos there!