ABC's

AdBlock or similar extension is detected on your device. Some videos may not be played.

Please disable blocking extensions so Bussongs.com can provide you 100% experience.

Song Video

Watch this video on Kidjo!

Lyrics

A B C D,
E F G,
It's as easy as 1 2 3.
H I J K,
L M N O P,
Some of the letters rhyme,
you will see. .
Q R S,
T U V,
We're almost done now,
W X Y Z.
Now I've gone through our ABC's,
Maybe next time you'll say them with me.

Moving around like the Pop It crew is the way to the perfect dance for you!
Some primates live in trees and some live on the land and in trees. In this episode we meet KINDERZOO’s finest primates like our host Gabby the Gibbon, Deni the Douc Langur, Marty the Mandrill, Colin the Colobus Monkey and Mike the Proboscis Monkey. We also learn how Mike got his large nose in Kinderzoo Tales.
In this episode we go on safari in Africa and meet Polly the Springbok Antelope, Harry the Hippopotamus, Rhiannon the Rhinoceros and we see two of our favourites running around – Debra the Forgetful Zebra and Ryan the Lion. Our KInderzoo Tale this week is about how Gerry the Giraffe got his long neck.

Recommendations

Information About ABC's

Like many children's songs, there are many variations to the classic "The ABC's". The song, which is taught to youngsters as a means of teaching the alphabet, features several different tag endings and connecting lines depending on what time period, culture or country where it is sung. As an example, in several English speaking countries, the last letter "Z" is pronounced "zed" to accommodate different rhyming schemes for the final line like "Sugar on your bread, eat it all up before you're dead".

Perhaps the version most often sung in the West is the one printed here. Traditionally, the tune of the song is the same used by Mozart for his piano variations, which is more commonly learned as the other children's classic "Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star".

There are examples of alphabet songs used to teach young children in many non-English speaking cultures around the world as well. "Shiva Sutra" in Sanskrit, the Japanese "Iroha" and "Alif, Ba Ta Tsa" in Arabic speaking lands are notable examples.

This song has been printed from the BusSongs.com website.

  1. BusSongs
  2. ABC's

BusSongs

hello@bussongs.com

BusSongs.com has the largest collection of children songs & Cartoons on the Internet - with lyrics, videos,cartoons and music for over 3,500 kids songs and nursery rhymes

Kidjo

Kidjo - Smart Video Playground, Ad Free Curated Premium Videos for Children, Kidjo TV Videos Children Ad Free Premium