Mother’s Day Songs


Sung to the tune of “Jingle Bells”
I love mom; I love mom; I think she’s really neat.
I like to bake her a very special treat.
She is sweet; She is sweet; These treats she liked to eat.
I love mom; I love mom; I think she’s really neat.


Here is another song I wrote sung to the tune of “row, row, row your boat”

Love, love, love your mom love her with all your heart.
Love her here, love her there, love her everywhere.

Hug… Kiss… Help…

There are four verses total. replace the word, “love” with “hug, kiss & help” for the next three verses.


Here’s a cute and simple Mother’s Day Song we like to sing:

M-O-M-M-Y

(tune of BINGO)

I love her and she loves me

And Mommy is her name-o

M-O-M-M-Y

M-O-M-M-Y

M-O-M-M-Y

And Mommy is her name-o.


This is the song my class is working on to sing at our Mother’s Day Brunch (To the tune of Best Day Ever–Spongebob)

“You’re the best mom ev–err”

You’re the best mom ev–err”

You’re the best mom ev–err”

And I LOVE YOU!!!!!!!!

Children point to their mom’s while singing, and the open their arms wide for the word “ever” At the end we sign I love you while singing it too!

They are super excited about this!


On the Five Pretty Mommies Song We changed the verse from “fat ones, skinny ones, tall ones too” to “brown ones, yellow ones, white ones too” Just to cover everyone in our class without hurting anyone’s feelings!


Sung to: One two three four five tune

One, two, three, four, five

mommy is the best in life

six, seven, eight, nine, ten

mommy kisses are so great

What if you fall and cry?

mommy hugs you and it’s all right

Why mommies are so nice?

because they have a big sweet heart!

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