Chants, songs, and rhymes are so much fun for preschoolers! They are a great way to teach little ones about rhyming and rhythm. With spring around the corner, I thought I would do some bunny songs and chants with my kids. When I picked up some foam bunnies in the dollar section of Target, I knew I could use them for these chants. I taped craft sticks to the back and they were ready to go!
I put together 5 Bunny Chants for Spring. Here they are:
You can download the 5 chants in a PDF version here –> Bunny Chants
Check out my Spring Songs for Preschoolers for more music and brain break ideas!
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Thank you so much for all the songs! I am in only my second year of teaching kindergarten after 13 years teaching middle and high school, so I have lots of learning to do! I’ve been looking for how to make my classroom more fun and enjoyable, and songs are they perfect answer! Thank!
Hoa Demo says
I just take a an hour tour on your website and I love your blog. I have learned a lot from you including songs and fun activities. I want to make learning as exciting and fun too. It looked like you had a lot of fun with your tow lovely boys and they looked so happy exploring and learning through all kinds of activities you provided them like sensory play, and hands on math activities.
Thank you very much for your website.
Angela Thayer says
Thank you SO much for your kind, kind words. I truly appreciate them. We do have fun learning at home! 🙂 Blessings to you!
Printing this right now! Thanks for sharing. And I love the video! My boys will never take off their super hero costumes so cute to see your little football player in character as well 🙂
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Angela Thayer says
I’m glad I’m not the only one! 🙂 Thanks for sharing.