Penguin Songs


I’m a Little Penguin

(Sung to I’m a Little Teapot)
I’m a little Penguin, in the sea
I can swim as fast as can be
When I catch a fish just look at me
I’m as proud as I can be
I’m a little Penguin on the ice
I think cold is very nice
Then I hop around first once, then twice I think ice is very nice.


I’m a Little Penguin

(sung to tune of “I’m a Little teapot.”)
I’m a little penguin black and white,
I waddle to the left and I waddle to the right.
I cannot fly but I can swim, so I waddle to the water and jump right in!
* kids enjoy doing actions to this song.


For penguin week I wrote a song that the children loved it goes like this:

Tune: I’m a little teapot.
I’m a little penguin short & round
Swimming in the sea is where I’m
found.
Eating lots of fish day and night,
Wobbling around I’m a silly sight.


Saw this on a web page sounds really cute www.geocities.com/teachingwithheart/penquinsunit.html

Penguin March

(military chant or jody)
I’m a penguin black and white
I can’t fly but that’s all right.
I’ve got feathers that’s not fur
and I lay eggs like other birds.

CHORUS
Penguins, 1, 2
Penguins, 3, 4
Penguins, 5, 6, 7, 8
They’re great!
I just swim to get my meals
But I watch out for leopard seals.
I’m from the south as you may know
And now it’s time for me to go.

REPEAT CHORUS


I’m a little penguin (sung to I’m a little tea pot)

I’m a little penguin as you can see
All the other penguins are bigger than me.
Maybe when I grow up then
I’ll be A rock-hopper, Emperor or Adelie


Penguin Song Tune: The Ants Go Marching

Penguins waddle all day long, Hurrah, Hurrah!
Penguins waddle all day long, Hurrah, Hurrah!
They only stop to take a swim and when they’re done, they waddle again.
The penguins waddle around, around and round.


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