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“Mama, a snail!” My son squealed, eyes wide. He crouched down to watch it slide across a rock, the corners of his mouth pulling up into a smile.
A warm breeze ruffled his hair and sent pink tree blossoms swirling across the driveway. Spring had arrived and it was time to celebrate with our favorite Spring songs!
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Spring Songs for Kids Free Printables
I love making printable lyric sheets to go with our songs, and I’m so excited to share some of them with you.
When kids sing along with these printables they:
- Practice counting
- Learn one-to-one correspondence
- Develop literacy skills
- Stay engaged longer
Plus, the printalbes help me remember the lyrics when I’m learning new songs.
I keep my printables in sheet protectors and a binder. When my kids come across it, they flip through the pages, ask me to sing – or even sing by themselves!
I’ve put together a package of 3 printable lyric sheets and Mp3s of Yours Truly singing the songs for you. Download them all below!
How to Use the Spring Song Lyric Sheets
- Download the 3 free printables and mp3s by clicking here.
- Print the 3 PDF files.
- Put them in a binder to keep them organized and wrinkle-free.
- Use the Mp3s to learn the songs or sing along.
- Encourage your kids to point to the images on the page. Count them, name them, discuss the colors.
- Occasionally trace your finger under the words as you sing.
- Sing often and with joy!
Related: Easy Music Activities for Kids
More Favorite Spring Songs for Kids
Want more? Here’s a list of some more of my favorite spring songs for kids. Click on the links to see youtube videos of the songs.
Flowers Growing Song. Grow from seeds to blooming flowers with this movement song.
Five Fat Peas. The “pop” accent at the end makes this simple chant a big hit!
Inch by Inch. Grab a shaker and play along with this classic performed by John Denver.
2 Little Bluebirds. The simple melody of this song makes it easy for young singers to chime in. Check the description of the video for additional lyrics.
Baby Birdie. This video shows how you can use this song with a baby. Toddlers and preschoolers enjoy acting the song out with their whole bodies.
Caterpillar Caterpillar. Dance and wiggle like caterpillars as you listen to this modern favorite.
Pitter Patter. Welcome Spring showers with this easy fingerplay.
Singing in the Rain. Listen and enjoy this classic by Gene Kelly.
Mr. Sun. Sing this catchy tune to celebrates sunny days.
Spring by Vivaldi. Dance with scarves as you listen to this well-known piece from Vivaldi’s “The Four Seasons.”