Kids love these fun preschool rhyming songs. Perfect for circle time & transitions, these songs will help your kids hear and produce rhyming words.
Are you looking for rhyming songs for your preschool or kindergarten-aged kids? Here is a list of some of my favorites. These fun songs are great rhyming activities for circle time, story time, for brain breaks, transitions, morning meetings.
I Want to Rhyme
This song from Move to Learn MS is a fun one that will really also get kids moving. The song will really help kids listen for the ending of each word.
Down by the Bay
Do You Know Two Rhyming Words?
A Rhyming We Will Go
List of Dances
Jim Gill songs are so much fun and are great to get kids to move. His list of dancing songs includes 8 pairs of silly rhyming dances.
The Color Game Song
Here is another fun rhyming song by Jim Gill. This one combines rhyming with colors, body parts, and movement.
The Color Song
Here’s another rhyming color song. This one by Songdrops is fun and VERY fast paced.
Check out this song by Patty Shukla. I love how she encourages kids to produce rhyming words.
Rhyming Words All End the Same
Five Green and Speckled Frogs
This classic song by Kidboomers is always a hit with kids. You will find several book version too.
I Had a Little Turtle
This is a short little song by Turtle Interactive that works great for transitions…..and it’s pretty silly. If you use it at circle time….it’s fun to have small container of bubbles handy to use while singing the end of the verse.
Words Shine When They Rhyme
This rhyming song by Toddler World TV has a fun island beat.
These Two Rhyme
5 Little Monkeys Swinging in a Tree
Counting plus rhyming…..it can’t get any better than that. Here is a fun one by LittleJuni.
Open, Shut Them
This version of Open, Shut Them by Jbrary has some fun additional verses. I also love their demo because it clearly shows all the hand motions. Their animated faces are a bonus.
I love this song…because of the silly rhyming words that Laurie Berkner uses. ready, Freddy/spaghetti Vito/burrito, beans/collard greens, etc….
Well, I hope that you found a few new songs my list of favorite preschool rhyming songs. This list certainly isn’t complete. There are soooo many great rhyming songs out there. If you have a favorite, please help others out by sharing it in the comments below.
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