Inchworm

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Inchworm, Inchworm,
Measuring the marigolds,
Seems to me you'd stop and see
How beautiful they are.
Inchworm, Inchworm,
Measuring the marigolds,
You and your arithmetic
Will probably go far.
Inchworm, Inchworm,
Measuring the marigolds,
Seems to me you'd stop and see
How beautiful they are.

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Information About Inchworm

The song "Inchworm" or the "The Inch Worm" was performed by Danny Kaye in the film Hans Christian Andersen from 1952. The song was written by Tony Award winning songwriter Frank Loesser.

The song is today a popular children's song and liked for its arithmetic-based chorus. A children's chorus sings the song in the film using the "arithmetic" version while sitting inside a small classroom. Hans Christian Andersen is outside listening to the singing while looking at an inchworm crawling on a flower.

Alternative Lyrics & Related Songs

You can use this version to teach some multiplication

Inchworm, inchworm,
Measuring the marigolds
You and your arithmetic will probably go far.

Two plus two is four
Four plus four is eight
Eight and eight is sixteen
Sixteen and sixteen is thirty-two.

Inchworm, inchworm,
Measuring the marigolds
Seems to me you'd stop and see
How beautiful they are.

Two plus two is four
Four plus four is eight
Eight and eight is sixteen
Sixteen and sixteen is thirty-two.

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