Need some spring songs for your preschool class? If you’re teaching your little learners about spring, using music and videos can be a great way to teach important skills and concepts.
These spring songs will help you supplement and support the themes you’re already doing in your early childhood classroom.
Spring Songs: Plants Garden and Seeds
You can use songs to incorporate music and movement into your daily routine and your kids will loving singing and dancing along.
Music is perfect for introducing new concepts, building background knowledge, and developing vocabulary skills related to a particular theme.
One way to find fun, kid-friendly spring songs you can use in your preschool, pre-k, or kindergarten classroom is to search YouTube. But who has spare time to search (and preview) all the videos on YouTube? No worries, I’ve done all the hard work for you! You can rest easy knowing that all of these videos are teacher-approved and age-appropriate for young children.
If you’re allowed to use video in your classroom, you can show these spring songs to your class on a smart TV, or by using an LCD projector and computer screen. Or you can just play the audio if you prefer — either way, your kids will love singing and dancing along to these fun spring songs!
Another benefit of using music in the classroom is that it allows you to introduce new concepts, build background knowledge, and develop vocabulary skills for any theme or topic.
Since YouTube no longer allows you to create playlists of children’s songs or music, be sure to pin the image on this page to your music and movement board on Pinterest so you can easily find it again when you need it.
Spring is Here by The Learning Station
Green Grass Grows All Around by The Learning Station
Spring Songs About Plants
What a Plant Needs to Survive by Jack Hartmann
Songs About Seeds
Grow Little Seed, Grow! by FuntasticTV
One Seed by Laurie Berkner
Farmer Plants the Seeds by The Kiboomers
The Planting Song by Mother Goose Club
Can You Plant a Bean? by Dance and Beat Labs
Songs About Flowers
Parts of a Flower by Harry Kindergarten
Five Little Flowers by The Kiboomers