Apple Songs And Poems For Preschoolers


Apple Songs and Poems For Preschoolers

 

Apple Songs And Poems For Preschoolers

Here are 20 fun and educational apple songs and poems for preschoolers through second grade. 


(Tune: Are you sleeping )

We love apples, we love apples,

Yes indeed!  Yes indeed!

They are juicy and crunchy,

They are juicy and crunchy,

We munch and crunch

Munch and crunch

Yum!


(Tune: B-I-N-G-O )

There is a treat that’s good to eat and APPLE is its name-o.

As you flip the letters over, you say “yum” in their place.


I’m a little apple tree and I’m as tall as I can be
I can not sneeze
I can not cough
For all my apples will fall off
ahhhhh choooooo


A variation of “ring around the rosie”

Ring around the apple tree

All full of apples

Shake it

Shake it

They all fall down!!!


Chanted to Five Little Monkeys

Five little apples hanging in a tree,

Teasing Mr. Slinky worm

Can’t eat me,

Along comes Mr. Slinky worm quiet as can be…

and…CRUNCH!

Sing with 4,3,2,1,0


SONG- Tune: Twinkle, twinkle little star. . .

Apples juicy, Apples round,

On the trees and on the ground.

They are yellow, They are red,

Yummy juice or pie and bread.

They are  crunchy, They are sweet,

Apples are so good to eat!


Sing to Yankee Doodle

Granny Smiths are dandy
They’re as dandy as can be
They are sour and they can be tart
And I can buy them at Wal-Mart!


Way up high in the tree,
A little brown worm smiled at me.
I winked my eye, And what do you suppose?
A shiny, red apple dropped on my nose


1 little 2 little 3 little apples,
4 little 5 little 6 little apples,
7 little 8 little 9 little apples, on my tree.

Munch little, munch little, munch little apples
Crunch little, crunch little, crunch little apples
Bunch of little, bunch of little, bunch of little apples,
Good for you and me!


The Farmer Plants the Seeds (tune: Farmer in the Dell)

The farmer plants the seeds,
The farmer plants the seeds, Heigh-o-the-derry-o,
The Farmer plants the seeds. (Each child stoops down when planted).

2. The sun begins to shine. 3. The rain begins to fall. 4. The tree begins to grow. 5. The roots begin to grow. 6. The stem begins to grow.

Share an idea you have used in your classroom or at home that pertains to this theme.