Valentines Fun Using Your Outdoor Music Instruments
Harness your inner cupid and fill your class with lots of love this Valentine's Day! Try something a little out of the (heart-shaped) box this year, wrap up warm and go into the playground and use your outdoor musical instruments to celebrate Valentine's Day. Here are a few child-friendly Valentine songs to help you on your way!
I’m a Little Cupid (To the tune of ” I’m a Little Teapot) I’m a little Cupid, as you know Here is my arrow, here is my bow When I pull the string back, watch it go Sending love to those below.
Love, Love, Love (Sung to: '3 Blind Mice') Love, love, love, love, love, love See how it grows, See how it grows. I love my friends and they love me. We love each other that's plain to see. We’re like one great big family. Love, love, love.
Five Little Valentines 5 little valentines waiting in the store (Child's name) bought one, and then there were 4. 4 little valentines for you and for me (Child's name) bought one, and then there were 3. 3 little valentines wondering what to do (Child's name) bought one, and then there were 2. 2 little valentines thinking up some fun (Child's name) bought one, and then there was one. 1 little valentine said, "Buy me and run!" (Child's name) did that, and then there were none!
Do you know the little love bug Sung to: "The Muffin Man" Do you know the little love bug, the little love bug, the little love bug. Do you know the little love bug who comes on Valentine’s day? He comes to give a hug and kiss a hug and kiss, a hug and kiss. He comes to give a hug and kiss To (child's name) on Valentine’s day.
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