Mother’s Day Songs


To the tune of “Jesus Loves Me”…

Mommy loves me this I know, for she always tells me so.
She holds me when I’m scared or sad. She understands me when I’m mad.
Yes, Mommy loves me. Yes, Mommy loves me.
Yes, Mommy loves me, she always tells me so!


Sing the traditional “M-O-T-H-E-R” to tune of “I’ve Been Working on the Railroad”….(with some adjustments)…

M’s for the million things she gives me

O means only that she’s soft to hold

T’s for the things she tries to teach me

H is for her heart of purest gold

E’s for her eyes with love light shining

R means right and right she’ll always be

Put them all together they spell Mother

A word that means the world to me so


To tune of Away in a Manger…

“What can I give you, still small and quite young?

A picture I’ve colored, a song I have sung?

Some help with the chores, that might be a good start.

But whatever I give, it’s with love in my heart!!


MOMMY (tune of BINGO)

I love her and she love 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


ON MOTHER’S DAY (tune of O’ Christmas Tree)

On Mother’s Day

On Mother’s Day

Oh how I love you, Mom…

On Mother’s Day

On Mother’s Day

Oh, how I love you Mom…

You give me joy and happiness

I give you love – a hug and kiss

On Mother’s Day

On Mother’s Day

Oh how I love you Mom

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  • Yolanda February 4, 2018 at 10:02 pm Reply

    Skinamarink a dink a dink
    Author Unknown

    My 4&5 year-olds sang this for their Moms in class before Mother’s Day. We used the familiar hand motions substituting the ASL sign for “Mom” in place of pointing out for “you”.

    Skinamarink – a dink – a dink
    Skinamarink – a doo!
    I love mom! I love mom!

    Skinamarink – a dink – a dink
    Skinamarink – a doo!
    I love Mom! Yes, I do!
    I love her in the morning
    and in the afternoon
    I love her in the evening
    and underneath the moon!
    Oh, Skinamarink – a dink – a dink
    Skinamarink – a doo!
    I love Mom! I love Mom!

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