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English Songs & Poems for Young Learners


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English Songs and Poems for Young Learners











Designed by English Language Teacher

Sedykh Ludmila

Donetsk 2016

Dear colleagues, I hope that this collection of poems will help you to make your English lessons more interesting. It contains poems, songs and rhymes from different sources which may be used in junior classes while learning the following topics: “About Myself”, “Numbers”, “Seasons”, “Animals”, “Holidays”, “England”.















































Good Morning

Good morning, good morning,

Good morning to you.

Good morning, good morning,

I’m glad to see you.



What is Your Name?

  • What is your name? What is your name?

Now tell me please, what is your name?

  • My name is Helen. My name is Helen.

My name is Helen, that’s my name.

  • Where do you live? Where do you live?

Now tell me please, where do you live?

  • I live in London. I live in London.

I live in London. That’s where I live.



The ABC Song

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ

Happy, happy now you see

I can sing my ABC.



I am

I am Yura Am I Yura?

You are Shura Are you Shura?

He is Sasha Is he Sasha?

She is Masha Is she Masha?

I am

I am a girl (a boy),

A little one,

I like to play,

I like to run.

I Am a Pupil

I am a pupil, Is he a pupil?

He is a pupil, Is she a pupil?

She is a pupil, too. Are you a pupil, too?

I am a pupil, I’m not a pupil,

You are a teacher, I’m a teacher,

We like you. And I like you.

My Name

My name is Ann,

Her name Nan,

His name is Ben.

Say it again.

My Family My Family

This is my father, This is my father,

This is my mother, This is my mother,

This is my brother Paul, This is my sister,

This is my sister, This is my brother.

This is my uncle. Father, mother, sister, brother

How I love them all. Hand in hand with one another.





***

I love my father,

I love my mother,

I love my sister,

And my brother.



I have

I have one head,

Two eyes,

One nose,

Two arms,

Two legs,

Ten fingers,

Ten toes.



What are little boys made of? What are little girls made of?

Frogs and snails, and little dog’s tails, Sugar and spice and all things nice.

That’s what boys are made of. That’s what girls are made of.



Head and Shoulders

Head and shoulders, knees and toes, knees and toes,

Head and shoulders, knees and toes, knees and toes,

Eyes and ears, and mouth and nose,

Head and shoulders, knees and toes, knees and toes.





My Hands

Here’s my left hand,

Here’s my right,

I can clap them

With all my might.



My Hands

My hands upon my head I place,

On my shoulders, on my face,

Then I put them in front of me,

And gently clap: one, two, three.

***

Two ears for hearing

One mouth to talk

One head for thinking

Two legs to walk.



Toes and Fingers

We have fingers,

We have toes,

How many of these? Ten

How many of those? Ten

We have eyes.

How many? Two

When they look at you

They say “How do you do”?

***

Hands up,

Hands down,

Hands on hips,

Sit down.

***

Look at the window,

Look at the door,

Look at the ceiling,

Look at the floor.

***

Touch the head,

Touch the nose,

Touch the knees,

Touch the toes.

Clap, clap, clap your hands,

Clap your hands together,

Stamp, stamp, stamp your feet,

Stamp your feet together.

Turn, turn, turn around,

Turn around together.









My Friend

I’ve got a friend. He always helps me

We like to play, When I’m in need

We play together For he’s my friend,

Every day. Good friend indeed.



My Doll

My doll is so pretty,

Her eyes are so blue,

Her cheeks are so rosy,

Her dress is so new.



My Doll

My pretty doll

Is very small

I love my pretty

Little doll.

Mr. Lynn

Mr. Lynn is very thin,

Mr. Pratt is very fat,

Mr. Cort is very short,

Mr. Hall is very tall.

Who is thin? Mr. Lynn.

Who is fat? Mr. Pratt.

Who is short? Mr. Cort.

Who is tall? Mr. Hall.

*** ***

I like ice-cream, I like coffee,

She likes sweets, She likes tea.

I like cookies, I love you,

He likes cheese. Do you love me?



I Like…

I like to read, I like to jump,

I like to play, I like to run,

I like to study every day. I like to play – it’s fun!

I like

I like coffee,

I like tea,

I like apples,

On that tree.



If You’re Happy

If you’re happy and you know it, clap your hands.

If you’re happy and you know it, clap your hands.

If you’re happy and you know it, and you really want to show it,

If you’re happy and you know it, clap your hands.

stamp your feet

snap your fingers

click your tongue

nod your head

say “OK”



This Is The Way…

This is the way I wash my face, wash my face, wash my face

This is the way I wash my face early in the morning.

wash my hands

wash my ears

clean my teeth

brush my hair

make my bed

go to school

On the Way to School

I went to school one morning and

I walked like this, walked like this, walked like this.

I went to school one morning and walked like this on the way to school.



I saw a rabbit one morning and

It jumped like this, jumped like this, jumped like this.

I saw a rabbit one morning and it jumped like this on the way to school.



I saw a monkey one morning and

It climbed like this, climbed like this, climbed like this.

I saw a monkey one morning and it climbed like this on the way to school.



I saw a teacher one morning and

I ran like this, ran like this, ran like this.

I saw a teacher one morning and I ran like this on the way to school.



A Pen and a Pencil

Peter has a pencil,

Peter has a pen;

He draws with a pencil

And writes with his pen.

***

We can read,

We can write,

We can speak English too.

We love learning English!

And what about you?



Let’s Count

One, one, one – little dogs run. One, two – tie your shoe.

Two, two, two – cats see you. Three, four – open the door.

Three, three, three – birds in the tree. Five, six – pick up sticks.

Four, four, four – rats on the floor. Seven, eight – close the gate.

Nine, ten – begin again.

Apples

One little apple on a tree,

Two apples for you and me,

Three apples by the door,

And four apples on the floor,

The apples are good and sweet,

Can you count them all, Pete?

***

One little, two little, three little Indians,

Four little, five little, six little Indians,

Seven little, eight little, nine little Indians,

Ten little Indian boys.

Ten little, nine little, eight little Indians,

Seven little, six little, five little Indians,

Four little, three little, two little Indians,

One little Indian boy.



Five Fat Sausages

Five fat sausages sitting in a pan,

Five fat sausages sitting in a pan,

Sizzle, sizzle, sizzle, one goes BANG!

Four fat sausages sitting in a pan.

Four fat sausages sitting in a pan,

Four fat sausages sitting in a pan,

Sizzle, sizzle, sizzle, one goes BANG!

Three fat sausages sitting in a pan… … …

No fat sausages sitting in the pan!



Breakfast in the Morning

Breakfast in the morning, Supper in the evening

Dinner in the day. When the sky is red.

Tea comes after dinner, Then the day is over,

Then comes time to play. And we go to bed.



Little Ann

When little Ann

Goes out to tea,

She washes her hands,

As you can see.



Tick-tock

Hickory- dickory dock

The mouse ran up the clock.

The clock struck “one”,

The Mouse ran down.

Hickory- dickory dock.

Good Night

Good night, mother,

Good night, father,

Kiss your little son.

Good night, sister,

Good night, brother,

Good night, everyone.



Good Night

Good night, good night,

My little child!

Get up gay and bright

In the morning light.



The Bird-House

Little bird, little bird, Little boy, little boy

Look at me, Under the tree,

I have a bird-house, I like this house,

Oh, come and see! Give it to me.





Zog the Frog

Zog the frog

Wears long, blue socks.

And eats hot dogs

From an orange box.





Little Mouse

One little mouse wakes up from sleep,

One little mouse says, “Squeak, squeak, squeak!”

One little mouse goes creep, creep, creep.

All around the house, quick, quick, quick.

Here comes the cat as black as coal,

Run, little mouse, back at your hole,

One, two, three, four,

Don’t forget to shut the door!



Who’ Afraid of Big Black Spiders?

Who’s afraid of big black spiders? I’m not afraid of big black spiders!

Big black spiders? Big black spiders? Big black spiders! Big black spiders!

Who’s afraid of big black spiders? I’m not afraid of big black spiders!

Me, me, me, me, me! No, no, no, not me!





Bill’s Dog

Bill’s dog is big,

Tom’s dog is small,

But our little Jack

Has no dog at all.





Little Bird

Fly, little bird, fly,

Fly into the sky!

One, two, three,

You are free.



Cats

Ann’s cat is black,

Jane’s cat is grey,

They often drink milk

And wash every day.



The Kangaroo My Dog

Today, when I was at the zoo, A dog can’t talk,

I watched the mother kangaroo. But he can bark.

Inside her skin she has a pocket. When I take my dog

She puts her baby there to rock it. To the park,

The Squirrel I throw him a stick

Quickly, quickly And he runs a race

Hop, hop, hop, Then he comes back

To the tree top And licks my face.

Quickly, quickly

Round & round,

Down he jumps,

To the ground.



I Must Clean My Teeth

I said to Crocodile,

Will you play with me?”

Oh, no!” said Crocodile.

Oh, no!” said he.

Here is my tooth- brush

And here is my cup so new.

I must clean my teeth,

I cannot play with you!”







A Happy Hippo Holiday Mice

Hippos are always doing things I think mice

Like eating chocolate cakes. Are very nice.

Hippos are always lying Their tails are long,

In the mud at the bottom of the lake. Their faces small,

So now all the hippos are playing They haven’t any

And to all the people they’re saying, Chins at all.

This is our Hippo Holiday!” Their ears are pink,

It’s a hip, hip, hip, hip, hippy Their teeth are white,

It’s a hap, hap, hap, hap, happy They run about

It’s a hip, hip, hip, hip, hooray! The house at night.

It’s a happy hippo holiday! They eat things

Hippos are always blowing They must not touch

Bubbles at the bottom of the pool. And no one seems

Hippos like blowing bubbles, To like them much,

Because the bubbles keep them cool! But I think mice are nice.

So now all the hippos are playing

And to all the people they’re saying,

This is our Hippo Holiday!”





Humpty-Dumpty

Humpty-Dumpty sat on a wall,

Humpty-Dumpty had a great fall;

All the King’s horses and all the King’s men

Couldn’t put Humpty-Dumpty together again.



Months

30 days have September,

April, June, and November,

All the rest have 31.

February has twenty- eight alone,

Excepting leap- year, that’s the time

When February’s days are 29.



***

Seasons

Spring is green,

Summer is bright,

Autumn is yellow,

Winter is white.

Seasons

Spring is green, It is winter, it is cold,

Summer is bright, Father Frost is very old.

Autumn is yellow,

Winter is white.

Summer

Summer is the time of flowers,

Thunderstorms and heavy showers.

Summer is the time of sport.

Days are long and nights are short.





Winter

The snow is falling,

The wind is blowing,

The ground is white

All day and all night.



This Is The Season

This is the season when colours come alive

Red and blue, green and yellow – springtime has arrived.

The kids are playing, they’re celebrating.

It’s warmer out now that spring is here.



It’s summer time, I’m feeling fine.

It feels so good leaving school behind.

The sun will shine, this season is mine.

I’m happy now that it’s summer time.



This is the season when fruit is sweet.

This is the season when friends meet.

This is the season when leaves fall down

Red, orange, yellow and brown.



This is the season when mornings are dark,

And birds do not sing in the forest and park.

This is the season when children ski

And Father Frost brings the New Year Tree.

Spring Summer



Summer is here, The summer sun shines hot and high.

Summer is near, Baby birds now learn to fly.

Grass is green, Green, green leaves and tasty fruit,

So nice and clean. All the things are so good!

Winter, spring, summer, fall – Winter, spring, summer, fall –

I like spring best of all. I like summer best of all.





Fall Autumn Leaves

Put on your jacket and jeans for fall, Yellow, red, green and brown,

Now it’s cold to play football. See the little leaves come down,

Leaves turn orange, red and brown, Dancing, dancing in the breeze,

And they all are falling down. Falling, falling from the trees.

Winter, spring, summer, fall –

I like fall best of all.



A Snowman

I wish I were a snowman, But maybe Mister Snowman,

So tall and big and white. Is wishing he were me

I’d never have to clean my teeth, For I’ll be here when summer comes

Or go to bed at night. But where will the Snowman be?

Frosty Windows

When windows are frosty Or flowers, or houses

And icy in places, Or maybe a cat -

I like to write letters I really, wish windows

And draw funny faces, Were always like that!



To The Rain

Rain, rain, go away,

Come again another day.



Rain, rain on the green grass

And rain on the tree,

Rain on the house-top,

But not on me.



The Rainbow Song

Red and yellow and pink and green,

Purple and orange and blue.

I can sing a rainbow,

Sing a rainbow,

Sing a rainbow, too

The Friendly Tree

I wanted a tree So I planted a green

For shade and rest. Friendly tree

I wanted a tree For myself and a bird

Where a bird could rest. And a honey-bee.





Clothes

Shoes and boots,

Boots and shoes

Come and buy

The size you choose.

Shoes and boots,

Boots and shoes.



Carnival

It’s carnival time, time to have fun!

It’s carnival time for everyone.

So put on your mask, come into the street,

Clap your hands and stamp your feet.

It’s carnival, carnival time!

It’s carnival time, time to have fun!

It’s carnival time for everyone.

Let’s shout and whistle, let’s laugh and sing

Let’s all join hands and dance in a ring!

It’s carnival, carnival time!



A Birthday Song Jewels

Happy birthday to you! Sun on the water,

Happy birthday to you! Sun on the sea,

Happy birthday dear… These are the jewels

Happy birthday to you! You can give to me.

April Fool’s Day

The doorbell is ringing, It might be a farmer

Better hurry and see! With a bag of hay,

It might be the postman Or a clown from a circus

With a present for me! Who just wants to play!

It might be a spaceman

Coming in for a call,

But – today’s April Fool’s Day –

There is no one at all!



My Mummy

My dear, dear mother,

I love you very much,

I want you to be happy

On the 8th of March.

Be happy, be happy,

On the 8th of March.

I love my dear Mummy,

I love her very much,

And do you love your mummy?

Of course, and very much!









New Year Day

New Year Day, a happy day!

We are all glad and very gay!

We all dance and sing and say,

Welcome, welcome, New Year Day!”



New Year

New things to learn, New things to see,

A new friend to meet, New things to hear,

A new song to sing, New things to do,

New joys to greet. In this glad New Year!



Four Little Words

There are four little words So say the four words

That can help you a lot Don’t wait too long!

When you hurt your friend If you’ve hurt your friend,

On purpose or not. Say, “I’m sorry. I’m wrong.”



Travelling

We go by car,

We go by train,

We go by boat,

We go plane.

We go by land,

And sea and air,

We go, go, go

From here to there.



Big Ben

Tick-tock, Tick-tock, Day and night with all its might

This is Big Ben. Big Ben, the clock

Big Ben is a clock. Says: Tick-tock.



London Bridge

London Bridge is falling down,

Falling down, falling down,

London Bridge is falling down,

My Fair Lady.

In the Street

Stop! Look! Listen!

Before you cross the street

Use your eyes, use your ears

And then use your feet.



My Plan

When I’m a little older I’ll have a little cabin,

I want to buy a boat, It will be white and red,

And up and down a river With curtains for the window

Together we shall float. And curtains for the bed.

I’ll have a little cookstove

On which to fry my fishes,

And all the blue river

In which to wash the dishes.


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Dear colleagues, I hope that this collection of poems will help you to make your English lessons more interesting. It contains poems, songs and rhymes from different sources which may be used in junior classes while learning the following topics: “About Myself”, “Numbers”, “Seasons”, “Animals”, “Holidays”, “England”.

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