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Preschool Song Booklet

This week I started homeschool preschool with Owen. I thought it would be fun to have a more structured play time with him because I realized that there were some things I wanted to be sure that I taught him before he started Kindergarten.
I typed up 45 of my favorite preschool songs and laminated them.

There are some Sunday School favorites

Some songs that I remember from our little elementary school music class
And my favorites from our library’s children’s reading time.
I had the best time compiling this list and I can’t wait to start teaching these to Owen. What fun! Would you like them too? Here’s the link.
So as my homeschool journey begins, let me ask you… would you like to see some of the things Owen and I are working on? Do you homeschool too and if so, what are your favorite online resources?

92 thoughts on “Preschool Song Booklet”

  1. Pls continue to share your creative activities with us! I am a working mom of 2 but defnitely spend a lot of time with my preschool princess:) we are now into – Check it out its a great website resource also free:) Good Luck!

  2. I'd like to see some ideas. My daughter is 2 1/2 and I've been compiling things so I can start a little schooling for her when the new school year starts (or maybe even sooner!). Fresh ideas are always needed 🙂

  3. Hi Sarah! I LOVE your blog and all of your creative ideas! I teach Kindermusik (music and movement classes for newborns-7 yrs) and elementary music and think it is so great that you are placing such an importance on music when you're working with Owen! I would love to see more things you guys are doing in your "classroom"!

    I also wanted to tell you that I have "pinned" your blog on my Pinterest board as someone who insprires me.

    Thanks for sharing with us!!

  4. Thank you for all the cute songs for little ones. I would love to see your other things you are working with Owen on. I am also enjoying the other recommended web sites! Thanks for posting!

  5. Thanks, Sarah! This is so cute. I would LOVE to hear about what you do with Owen 🙂 What resources are you using right now?

    Hope you are doing well – think of you often!!


  6. Hi

    What a beautiful little book of songs. I home school my four children and have done for the last four years. Here is our blog
    Its always great to find blogs like yours for new idea's and inspiration and its lovely to share idea's. Many thanks for your fun and interesting blog and good luck with homeschooling Owen, I'm sure you will both have lots of fun along the way! Zoe x

  7. Hey Sarah! I totally want to see what you're doing with little O. I've been convicted of not being structured enough with 3 1/2 year old Greta and I think she would love it.

  8. Someone already mentioned this link.

    I wanted to mention it again and say that we particularly use the Letter of the Week Curriculum with our preschoolers. It's fun and they love it!


  9. Sarah,

    These are fantastic ideas and I can't wait to see MORE!! Your little man Owen is pretty lucky to have you! 🙂

    I dont' homeschool but I do enjoy keeping my children busy with cute activities such as these, thanks for sharing!

  10. Wow! Thank you! My education degree & experience are for upper elementary/middle school. Since I've been gathering ideas to work with my toddler, I've been drawing a blank on songs! (Today, I even resorted to the Name Game Song. "Mommy Mommy Bo Bommy, Banana-Fana-Fo-Fommy…") I'll print out your PDF and start teaching Elizabeth some fun new songs.


  11. Shaper, I'll email you the PDF. The font is pretty small (I think it's 8pt) to fit on the cards. I hope that helps! Thanks for reading!

  12. I had preschool for my own 8 children and now have taught about half of my grandchildren. I am always excited to see young mothers as excited to teach their young ones, as I was. My email is if you are interested in some of the things I have done. I am sorry I am not as computer wise as you young moms. Thank you so much for sharing your ideas with all of us. It is always good to freshen up

  13. I love this preschool song book, thank you for sharing it!!! New follower of your blog. Stop by my homeschool blog sometime, we are Preschool too.


  14. Hi Sarah
    Like lots of people who really like your ideas, please could you send a copy of preschool song book to me too?

    thank you for sharing!

    ajaranak yahoo (dot) com

  15. I too would love to have the pdf file sent to me. When I clicked on the link and tried to print, each block was about an inch big 😉
    Thank you!

    no space of course 🙂 thanks!

  16. What a great idea! I'd really enjoy a copy for my two little ones. I'm at lcturnbow(at) I couldn't get it to print either, sorry 🙁

  17. I've been looking for a list of favorite preschool songs…exactly what I was hoping to find! I'd like the pdf also when you have time. Thanks so much for sharing!

  18. I love this idea! Thank you for sharing.
    My husband and I are going to homeschool this year to a degree and I would love to see what you do! My daughter is 4 and will be going into K in the fall of 2013! 🙂

  19. Wow, this is such a good idea! We have story time in the park every Monday and this would be super handy to have so we can sing a few songs b/w stories or for in the car on trips!!

    Lindsey @

  20. Hi Sarah

    Thank you for your post and I love your idea of putting the songs in the ring. I find this a much easier method. Could I have the songs in pdf as I tried printing them and they are not clear. Thank you so much for sharing!


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  23. I have just tried to download your little book of songs but was unable to do so, would it be possible for you to send me the pdf please. Thank you for sharing your work, it is really appreciated

  24. UPDATE: I have added this resource to my Teachers Pay Teachers account and you can download it for free by following the updated link in the post. Can’t wait to hear how you use this resource with the kids in your life!

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