Kindergarten Songs

The following titles are songs that arose as part of my kindergarten program while teaching at Daystar Rudolf Steiner School. These titles represent only some of the songs that I wrote during this period. The rest have trailed off beyond memory…

  • Clip Clop – this song is a story about the rhythm of galloping horses
  • Crickle, Crackle and Croaky – this song is a story about the friendship between 2 cicadas and a grasshopper
  • Crystal Creek – this song is a story about a creek in the Northern Rivers of NSW – its sounds, movement and colour
  • Daga Wombat – another older wombat song
  • Deep Diver Dolphin – this song is a story about the movement of the Bottle Nosed Dolphin
  • Early Morning Mist – this is an Autumn song that characterises seasonal change
  • Flash Dash – this song is a story about sun beams and their movement
  • Gentle Cow –  this song is a story about a milking cow
  • Guinea Pig Song –  this song is a story about three Guinea Pigs in our Kindergarten and their antics
  • Hooray to the Sun –  this song is a story about all the good things the sun does for life on earth
  • Ladybird-  this song is a story about the elusive Ladybird and its characteristics
  • Laugha Kookaburra – this song is a story about a Kookaburra and it habitat
  • Merle Swirl Mist Dancer – this song is a story about rising mist in Autumn when the sun rises
  • Mother Hen – this song is a story about Mother Hen, her chicks and her protective behaviour
  • Rush Red – this song is a story about the extrusion of igneous rock
  • Sad Standing Spoonbill – this song is a story about the patience and tenacity of the Spoonbill
  • Shiffle Shuffle Beetle – this song is a story about a persistent beetle who overcame all obstacles
  • Shish Whisper – this song is a story about the different kinds of wind
  • The Rainbow Song – this song is a story about the colours of the rainbow and gives examples of where they can be seen
  • Tiddle Diddle Tadpole – this song is a story about the lively movement of tadpoles

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