Christmas Songs:

Easy Christmas Music for Family Fun



Toddlers and Preschoolers love rhythm and music. Christmas songs are an excellent way to connect with your child especially during the busy holidays. Your preschooler can also learn valuable concepts through song such as counting skills, rhyming skills, sequencing skills, etc.

Try Christmas music to engage your child and teach pre-readiness skills at the same time.



Song 1: 10 Little Reindeer (Sung to 10 Little Indians)



"1 little, 2 little, 3 little reindeer.

4 little, 5 little, 6 little reindeer.

7 little, 8 little, 9 little reindeer.

10 little red-nosed reindeer."



This song can be sung with finger movements.Have both fists closed and raise a finger for each number sung until you have all 10 fingers raised. Then for "red-nosed reindeer", put your hands on top of your head like antlers.



Tips for learning:



1. Counting 1 to 10.

2. Introduce new vocabulary: reindeer and antlers.





Song 2: Santa's Workers (Sung to London Bridges)



Verse 1:

Santa's reindeer learn to fly

Way up high, in the sky.

Santa's reindeer learn to fly

High up in the sky.



Verse 2:

Santa's elves work all day

Work all day, work all day

Santa's elves work all day

To fill up Santa's sleigh.



Verse 3:

Santa goes down your chimney

Down your chimney, Down your chimney

Santa goes down your chimney

On Christmas eve.



Tips for learning:



1. Introduce new vocabulary: reindeer, sleigh, chimney.

2. Talk about things that fly.


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