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Looking for popular kid’s song you can and sing along to? Our Activity and Action songs category is the right place for you. Here you’ll find fun, memorable songs that you can share with children at home, in summer camp and even on long car journeys. With so many great kids´ songs to choose from it can be tough to know where to start. But a few of our reader favorites have to be classics like He Jumped From 40 Thousand Feet, This is The Bus That Never Stops, or a song everyone remembers from their childhood – The Wheels on The Bus go Round and Round. There is no shortage of great songs to choose from you’ll be spoilt for choice. If you can’t find the song that you’re looking for, you can use our handy search tool. Or, get in touch with us so we can find the song you want and add it to our growing list of popular activity songs.
Mooo…oink oink…grroowl…if you hadn’t already guessed, this is our not so cool attempt at making animals sounds! If you or your little people love animals and enjoy spending time on the farm every now and again, then we’re sure you’ll love these cute and popular animal songs for children. You’ll find songs about cats, dogs, farm animals, and you’ll even find some about everyone’s favorite Australian native, the Kangaroo. Every song has the lyrics for you to sing along to, and you’ll also find videos that help you learn the lyrics quickly, which are pretty enjoyable to watch too. Some of our most popular animal songs are: Nelly The Elephant, The Red Spider, and a short but sweet BusSongs favorite, Alligator Farm.
Roses are red, violets are blue... can you remember the rest of the words to this famous children’s song? If you can’t, you’ll be able to find them here. Poems don’t always have to rhyme, but there is no getting away from the fact the little people love singing kids´ songs that rhyme, especially if they are funny. You can find a great selection of fun, rhyming and popular children songs to entertain your kids or the children that you work with, here. Some of the BusSongs favorites are: Daisy Daisy (which has a rather naughty version for adults), Princess Pat, and song enjoyed by older kids, I’m a little Coconut.
Everybody loves Christmas, right? Well, our collection of Christmas kids´ songs has got be one of the best on the web and is one the most visited categories on this site! Containing over 130 well-loved Christmas songs, with childhood classics like Twelve days of Christmas, White Christmas and The Little Drummer Boy. There is no shortage of Christmas songs loved by both kids and adults on BusSongs.com. And if that wasn’t enough, we have a category for kids’ holiday songs so you can continue merry-making well into the New Year. These festive children’s songs are always enjoyable to sing around the tree, with or without a glass of sherry! Send us a video of you singing Christmas songs that we can share with the BusSongs community. From all the team here, a very Merry Christmas - wherever you are. Hope Santa brings you what’s on your list.
It was through counting songs how many of us learnt numbers as children, and they are still as helpful as ever to kids today. It’s a well-known fact that if you make learning fun and enjoyable, children not only remember more, but become eager to learn. You can use some of the fun counting songs found on BusSongs.com to teach your little people how to count from one to ten - and beyond. A good place to start for fun counting songs for kids is with some of the classics like 99 Bottles of Pop on the Wall (a personal favorite), Five Little Monkeys - where you can also find a great video and audio recording, and One, Two, Buckle my Shoe. These are all wonderful songs for getting young children counting in no time at all.
One of the most popular family movie songs has got to be Hakuna Matata; and, we’re about ready to start asking Disney and Pixar to hurry on and think up the next big hit! It’s about time we had more great songs to share with you in this category. Take a look at the ones we have listed here (we hope you´ll find your favorite), but if you don’t, we’d love you to send us in suggestions for songs we can add to this category. We want to make sure BusSongs.com remains the No. 1 resource for kids’ songs on the internet. To send in suggestions of great songs you would like us to post the lyrics to, you can find our contact details here.
“Food glorious food, hot sausage and mustard”…surely this song from the classic movie Oliver has got to be one the best food songs ever! If you think not, then we challenge you to look through our huge collection of food songs for children, and find one that you do like. After singing all these yummy food songs, it will be time to hit the kitchen and make something tasty to eat. One of the top visited food songs on this site has got to be On Top Of Spaghetti, but we have a sneaky suspicion that’s down to the great video that also helps you learn the words. Another cheeky favorite has got to be Beans, after all, everyone knows what happens after you eat those!
One of the most popular and yuckiest songs on BusSongs is Great Great Gobs. It’s short and sweet but totally gross! We’ve added a little video to make it even more fun. Why not see if can think up some equally horrible lyrics and send us a video of you singing it. Stinky stinky diaper change is for all new mums who are just discovering that their beautiful perfect baby can make some rather smelly deposits for them to take care of. McDonalds is my kind of place is another equally gross song that little kids like to sing - to be honest, even big kids enjoy singing this song. Take a look at our huge list of gross out songs for kids and tell us your favorite.
I don’t know about you but Halloween is one of my favorite holidays; any reason to get dressed up and wear face paint is always fun. There are 18 fun Halloween kids songs for you to scare your “littl’ uns” with in this category, but we’re convinced there are lots more scary songs out there we have yet to discover. Some of the eerie songs here even contain videos for you to sing-a-long to. And were sure you’ll find songs like Scary Skeletons, Old Witch, and everyone’s favorite, Monster Mash, guaranteed to liven up any kids Halloween party. Enjoy this very spooky collection of Halloween songs and send us in some of your own.
Aaah the holidays! I don’t know about you, but the holidays are definitely my favorite times of year. Christmas, Easter and Thanksgiving are always a time to enjoy singing classic holiday songs with your family. With long road trips taken to see family living far away, songs like, My Honey Went Over The Ocean, always make the car drive more enjoyable. Other kids´ holiday songs loved by BusSongs readers are: Thanksgiving day, and What Are You Doing New Years Eve?. Everyone loves a New Year’s Eve party, and they only get more fun as you get older! Have we missed any of your favorite holiday songs? If you think we have, get in touch today and tell us which ones!
Songs that help children learn things in a fun and memorable way always go down well. Looking for a way to teach your child the alphabet? Why not start with the classic kids song ABC’s - I bet you remember learning that at school! I certainly do! Children learn through repetition and many of the learning songs we feature here have repetitive lyrics that help young kids memorize things like the days of the week and the days of the month. So what do you want to teach your little people? We have some great songs like Inch Worm, which has fun video and audio for you to enjoy. And another much loved favorite has got to be Round and Round the Mulberry Bush, which is not really a learning song, but always lots of fun to sing.
Love makes the world go round, right? Well in this category we have some wonderful songs that will let you sing your little loved filled heart out! Valentine’s Day on February the 14th is the day of love and all things romantic. Maybe your little people are still too young to be celebrating Valentine’s Day (enjoy it while it lasts), but that doesn’t mean you can’t teach them age appropriate kids songs about love. One of the most visited songs on BusSongs has got to be Daisy Daisy, children love singing this song, and if I remember correctly there is a naughtier version for adults. The Lion King´s bestseller, Can You Feel The Love Tonight, and, On Saturday Night, are also popular love songs that you can find the lyrics to right here. Enjoy being in love.
Do you remember being sung to sleep with smooth sweet lullabies when you were a baby? If you do, you may want to find the lyrics to song of those lullabies, and you can do that right here! In this category, you will find some of the classic and most loved lullabies; perfect for sending your little bundle of joy to sleep. If you are looking for lullabies for kids songs like You Are My Sunshine, Rock a Bye Baby or, Sleep My Little Baby, they will definitely put your little one down for the night. But be careful, they might put you to sleep too! You’ll find lots of cool videos to help you learn the lyrics of the lullabies you want to sing with your children; feel free to pass them on to your friends.
Bonjour! Guten Tag! I won’t attempt any other languages as French and German are the only two I can remember a few phrases from. But there are songs from all around the world that that will help our children quickly start to pick up, and - maybe -, even find an enjoyment for other languages! Most of the song lyrics here are written in their native language, so some of the lyrics you may not understand. You can rest assured that all of them are age appropriate kids´ songs for you to share with your little people. Some of our reader favorites have to be the Spanish De Colores, which comes with a handy little video to help you learn the words to this fun song. Oranges and Lemons is a classic song for Londoners but loved by many, and finally, Sou Gan, a Welsh lullaby that you’ll enjoy. You can enjoy learning about different cultures and watch lots of great videos in this category.
There are some really fun and classic children's songs in this list below. In fact, some of them you may remember from singing-along with your parents, or maybe at school. Another great bonus is that all of these songs have videos that will help you learn the lyrics quickly. Perfect, right? If you love classic kids songs like Row Row Row Your Boat, Miss Lucy had a Steam Boat, and Good Morning – then you'll find them all right here. The songs in this category are some of our favorite kids' songs. Why don't you come and tell us your favorite songs from this category and give us some suggestions for songs you would like to see included.
Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious. Nope, we can’t spell it properly either. But if you want the lyrics for this classic song, you can you them right here; loved by children and adults, this song is always popular. All the songs you will find in this category come from famous children's movies and theatrical shows. Many of the songs you would have grown up with. But with great songs arriving with every new movie, there are some of the recent ones that already became modern classics. Loved Charlie and The Chocolate Factory? There’s the The Oompa Loompa (which also has a fun video), and we’ve even got the lyrics to Candy Man. Make sure you watch some of the great videos available to help you learn to lyrics to these funs songs quickly.
Do you enjoy spending time in the great outdoors? The team here at BusSongs most definitely does! This compilation includes kids´ songs that are all about the weather and how to grow plants. If your children are interested in nature, you can teach them these songs which all have fun, interesting lyrics. Autumn Fires, My Wild Irish Rose, and Legend of Wyatt Earp are all great places to start. If you think there are any awesome nature songs that we have missed, then we’d like you to tell us so we can make this category even better. Please send us an email with your suggestions.
A rhyme is a repetition of similar sounds in two or more words and is commonly used in children’s poetry. But in this category you´ll find some memorable songs that not only rhyme, but also make you laugh! If we try hard enough, every one of us can recall at least a few lines of the popular nursery rhymes we´ve learnt as children. And if you´d like to share these memories with your children then you’ll be happy to know we have over 40 songs to choose from! Why not start with Jack and Jill, or the Funny Wee Willie Winkie (which also has a great video). Another song you might like is Hickory Dickory Dock, but if you don’t, you really are spoilt for choice in this category, and there are lots of fantastic videos for you to watch too! You should probably check out our Nursery Songs category if you don’t find what you’re looking for.
Well it’s fair to say this collection of songs is one of our biggest on BusSongs. Filled with all the classic children songs people love to teach and sing, we’re sure you’ll find a kids song that you like here. So where should we start? Well, how about Never Smile At A Crocodile (the man singing along on the video will surely make you laugh!). You could also start with I’m a Dingly Dangly Scarecrow, which you will see – by the readers’ comments - is a song children love to sing. And if you’re after a classic with a fantastic video, then you should definitely watch There’s a Worm at The Bottom of My Garden. Not only is this one of the largest song categories on BusSongs, but it’s also the category with the most videos. Our exclusive partnership with ABC’s means you have access to not only great song lyrics, but also playful videos and audio sound tracks.
A parody is an amusing and sometimes quite cheeky imitation of someone or something else. On BusSongs, you will find parodies of famous songs that are funny, and occasionally very silly (secretly, those are the parody songs the team here loves the most!). This small, but perfectly formed category has some great songs to learn the lyrics to and sing-a-long with. A great place to start is the Batman Parody. As you can see from the comments, there is a lot of debate about the original lyrics for this oh-so-simple, but fun song. Bless My Underwear is another silly song, and this one also has a fun video for you to enjoy as well. And if you haven't had enough of the silliness and want some more…the next stop has got to be… We Three Kings. This parody song of the classic Christmas song is always good for a laugh.
You can proudly show off your patriotism with these much loved and incredibly powerful patriotic songs. Who would have thought the good ole’ U.S.A would have so many of them? So, where to start? Well, some of our reader favorites in this category have to be Fifty Nifty United States (as a bonus we have a great video to help you learn this song). There is also Yankee Doodle Dandy, a song well known all over the world. And if you still want some sing-a-along patriotic songs to teach your children, then look no further than America The Beautiful. In the comments you will see that our readers love this song and enjoy teaching it to their children as the words are so meaningful. There are many great songs to choose from in this category, so why don’t you leave a comment under your favorite one.
Many of the children’s religious songs that you will find in this category originate from the Christian religion and tell stories of Jesus and the Bible. Even if you are from a different religion, you can still appreciate the beautiful songs found here and share them with your children. There are over 75 songs in this category, but we would like to share a few of our favorites with you. The BusSongs team love: Go Tell it on The Mountain, The First Noel and the wonderful Joy to The World – for which there is a great video!
A riddle is a puzzling description of something, someone or somewhere. Your challenge - should you accept it – is to identify what that is. You’re going to have to crank your brain in to high gear to enjoy these wonderful riddles, and if that wasn’t enough, we also have a whole collection of tongue twisters too! So what riddle song would you like to sing first? How about Pairs or Pears, or the equally fun Riddle Me? Or Fairly Odd Parents - you might as well get used to being call that from now! Riddles are great fun to learn, and solving riddles with young children can help them develop their thinking and concentration skills. What is your favorite children’s riddle in this category? We’d love you to tell us in the comments.
Warning: some of these songs are guaranteed to make you laugh until you cry. Ok, now that you have been warned, we can continue. This selection of silly children’s songs and nursery rhymes is one of the largest on the web. Yep, that’s right - we have over 95 funny children’s songs that you can learn and share with your little people right here. One of the funniest of them all has got to be Here Comes The Bride, since this is a parody of the classic wedding march. Another reader favorite is Animal Fair; you’ll find alternative lyrics and a fun video for this song too, so let us know what you think! Another very silly song you may remember from your own childhood is Bananas in Pyjamas. You’ll be delighted to know the lyrics are still as silly as before and just as enjoyable to sing. Have fun teaching this song to your own children, or at a summer camp.
This is the ultimate resource for sing-a-long songs on the web and what BusSongs.com does best. Here you will find song after song of popular, fun kids’ songs that you can teach to your own children. Or, you can even take a trip down memory lane and remember the songs from your childhood. We have over 90 songs and more than enough videos to keep you entertained for a week. Some of the most popular songs in this category would have to be Old McDonald and Oh My Darling Clementine. But the team here is particularly fond of This Old Man (knick-knack paddy whack). Come and tell us your favorite song in this category in the comments.
If you or your children are big sports lovers, then you are going to love the fun songs in this category. On each page you’ll find the lyrics - sometimes great little videos - which will help you learn the words to your favorite children’s songs quickly and easily. We are pretty sure there are lots of wonderful sports songs out there that we don’t know about, so we would like to invite our readers to send in any great sports songs that they see missing from this category. To get in the sports mood, you can start with Michigan State University Fight Song, and you should also check out Mr Touch Down, which is sure to give you some extra fighting spirit.
Warning: these super fun songs will get your tongue twisted up. But that’s a good thing, right? So where should we start? Well, our readers´ favorite by far has got to be How Much Wood Would A Wood Chuck Chuck; trust me this is far easier to write than it is to actually say! Then there is the equally awesome Betty Botter Bough Some Butter. Try saying that in the morning without even a single shot of caffeine. But this song category would never be completed without Mary Poppins favorite – altogether now, spell it out with me – supercalifragilisticexpialidocious……. Phew, that was tough!
Traditional songs are those that have stood the test of time, and were probably enjoyed by your parents; maybe even their grandparents. Most of us have a favorite song that we sung as kids. They’re the songs that you remember from your childhood and are excited about teaching to your own children. One of the favorites amongst the BusSongs team has got to be the family favorite Baa Baa Black Sheep. There is also the much loved Humptey Dumptey - poor thing! And if you’re look for a soothing lullaby to sing to your little one, Rock a Bye Baby is a great place to start.
Do you have a favorite song that you like to sing along to, either alone or with friends and family? We like to call these ‘transport songs’ and you can see the great selection we have right here. There are lots of great car songs that we can’t remember but would love to learn, so take a look at this category and see if you can think of any that we’ve missed – and then get in touch with us, so we can add them! We’d also like to invite you to send in any funny videos you have of you and your children having a sing-a-long, either in the car or at home.
Quite possibly, the most popular category of songs here at BusSongs.com is T.V songs. Wonder why? You’ll find popular theme tunes from some classic and current TV shows and movies. One of our favorites is the infamous theme tune to Saved by the Bell, maybe because this used to be one of the best programs on TV at one stage! And, if you’re a fan of the Lion King, you don´t want to miss a rousing chorus from Hakuna Matata - everyone feels better after singing that song, right? If you can’t remember the words, then, like the songs says, have “no worries” - as we have them right here. Enjoy!
The older you get, the quicker the days of the week seem to fly by. When you’re a kid, you dream about being five, then ten and finally a teenager. All the songs in this category are about days of the week and are very helpful if you want to teach your children how to say and spell these words. No matter what day it is, you’ll find a really fun song to make teaching and learning enjoyable for both you and your little people. In case you were wondering, our favorite song in this category is called Sneezing!
Remember that awesome song Whistle While You Work? Well in this category you’ll find the lyrics to that great work song - and many more! In Jamaica, one of the most popular songs is The Banana Boat Song famously sung by the suave Harry Belafonte. Work songs help you get motivated to get on with chores or house work, because getting dusty and dirty whilst cleaning isn’t all that fun. But having a good sing-a-long to some of the songs in this category makes it a lot easier. You can try teaching your children the words to these songs as you show them how to do new things around the house. Take a look at some of the enjoyable videos in the category made by partner Cullens ABC’s, then come back and let us know which your favorite was.
This has got to be one of our favorite categories on the site. Why? Because all the songs you find here were written and submitted by you. It’s great that we are able to give you the songs and lyrics to the children’s songs that you have been looking for, but it’s even better when you get your creative hats on and make up new songs yourself. This is the place to see songs submitted by readers…and we dare you…no, encourage you…to send one in yourself!