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Music & Songs: Transportation > Air

The Airplane added 8-18-98 Original Author Unknown

The airplane has great big wings
(children stretch out arms.)
Its propeller spins round and sings, Vvvvvvrrruuuummmmm. (children move right arms around in a circle.)
The airplane goes up. (they lift up their arms)
The airplane dips down.
The airplane flies--round all of the town! (With arms outstretched, they turn around twice.)

I'm A Little Airplane added 8-18-98 Original Author Unknown

Sung to: "I'm a Little Teapot"

I'm a little airplane,
(children raise arms at sides to shoulder height.)
Now watch me fly! (They spin one of their arms in front of them as if it were a propeller)
Here are my instruments
From down low to up high. (With their other arm, they reach from the ground to above their heads.)
First I get revved up. (Children make engine-like noises while still spinning their arms.)
Then I can fly, (Children raise arms to shoulder height.)
Lifting off the runway (They start walking forward.)
Up into the sky! (They go up on their tiptoes and continue to move forward. Let them circle a while before returning to their original positions.)


Airplane Song added 8-18-98 Original Author Unknown

Sung to: "Wheels on the Bus"

The pilot on the airplane says fasten your belts (fasten seat belts)
Fasten your belts, fasten your belts.
The pilot on the airplane says fasten your belts
When flying through the sky,

Additional verses:

The children on the airplane go bum pity bump.... (move up and down)
The babies on the airplane go waa, waa, waa.... (rub eyes and pretend to cry)
The signs on the airplane go ding, ding, ding.... (point to signs)
The drinks on the airplane go splish, splash, splish.... (pretend to hold a glass and move it)
The luggage on the plane goes up and down.... (pretend to be luggage going up and down)


Going On a Big Airplane added 8-18-98 Original Author Unknown

Sung to: "The Wheels on the Bus."

The wheels on our car go 'round and 'round (repeat)
Going to the airport.
We walk and we walk down the ramp, down the ramp, down the ramp (repeat)
Going on a big airplane. (walk your hands on your knees)
The ticket taker reads our pass, reads our pass, reads our pass (repeat)
Going on a big airplane. (pretend reading, hands together, palms up)
We find our seat with little windows, little windows, little windows (repeat)
Going on a big airplane. (make a window with your thumbs and pointer fingers)
The flight attendant says, "Buckle your belt, buckle your belt, buckle your belt" (repeat)
Going on a big airplane. (put hands across tummy and bump fingers together)
Say to the children, "I think we're starting to move." I think the wheels are starting
to go around very fast (make a slow wheel moving motion with your hands)
The wheels on the plane go 'round and 'round, 'round and 'round, 'round and 'round (sing and repeat slowly) Going on a big airplane.
Say, "The airplanes wait their turn to use the runway, while they wait
they get their engines going really fast. Get those motors going. Ready?" (make engine noises)
The wheels on the plane go 'round and 'round, 'round and 'round, 'round and 'round, (repeat)
Going on a big airplane. (make a wheel moving motion with your hands)
WHOOPEE (move arms out)
Now I'm flying through the air, through the air, through the air, (repeat)
Now I'm flying through the air on a big airplane! (move arms out and sway)


The Airman added 8-18-98 Original Author Unknown

rrrrrrrrrrrrrr
The engine roars,
The propellers spins,
" Close the doors!"
Our flight begins.

zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
The plane rises;
it skims the trees.
Over the houses
We fly at our ease.

mmmmmmmmmm
ZOOM goes the plane,
The engine hums.
Then home again,
And down it comes.


Airplane added 4-13-99 Original Author Unknown

I am a big airplane,
With wings so wide and strong. (Hold arms out like wings.)
My tail stands straight up in the air,
And my body's very long. (Stand on one foot, stretching one leg behind, extended in air.)
Watch me when I'm flying,
For I go very fast. (Standing on foot, move extended arms in flying motion.)
Let's see who can stay up in the air,
And who runs out of gas! (Children remain balanced on one foot.)


I'm An Airplane  added 1-09-01 Original Author Unknown

Sung to: "Clementine"

I'm an airplane, I'm an airplane
Flying up into the sky.
Flying higher, Flying higher
As I watch the clouds go by.
I'm an airplane, I'm an airplane
See me flying all around.
Flying lower, flying lower,
Till I land down on the ground.


Did You Ever See an Airplane? added 1-09-01 Original Author Unknown

Sung to:
"Did You Ever See a Lassie?"

Did you ever see an airplane,
An airplane, and airplane?
Did you ever see an airplane
Way up in the sky?
There are big ones and small ones
And short ones and tall ones.
Did you ever see an airplane
Way up in the sky?


Rockets and Airplanes added 1-09-01 Original Author Unknown

Sung to:
"Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star"

Rockets and airplanes flying high,
(spread out arms, twist at waist.)
Flying fast up in the sky.
The Concorde makes a sonic BOOM!
(clap)
A spaceship flies up to the moon.
Maybe someday I'll ride a jet,
Or be a pilot, better yet.
(pretend to fly jet.)


I'm a Little Airplane added 1-09-01 Original Author Unknown

Sung to: "I'm a little Teapot"

I'm a little airplane (raise arms in air)
Now watch me fly,
Here are my instruments
From down low to up high.


I'm a Little Airplane added 2-10-02 Original Author Unknown

Sung to: Im a little teapot"

I'm a little airplane, I can fly,
Here is my throttle, Give me a try.
When I get all revved up. Then I fly,
off the runway, to the sky.


If I Were an Airplane added 9-19-05 Original Author Unknown

If I were an airplane, (Extend arms from shoulder, hold up)
Flying way up high.
I'd tip my wings, (Bend body, one arm up and the other down)
To make a turn.
As I go zooming by. (Make zooming sound)


I'm A Little Airplane added 9-19-05 Original Author Unknown

Sung to:
I'm A Little Tea Pot"

I'm a little airplane
Up in the sky.
These are my wings, (Stick out straight out.)
They help me fly.
When I get excited,
Then I shout,
Come soar with me, (Move arms in a flying motion.)
But don't fall out!! (Drop to the ground.)


Flying added 9-19-05 Original Author Unknown

The airplane has great big wings, [Arms outstretched]
Its propeller spins around and sings, [Make one arm the propeller]
"vvvvvv"
The airplane goes up, [Arms up]
The airplane goes down, [Arms down]
The airplane flies high all over town, [Arms outstretched, fly around the room, or just turn in place]


Choo Choo Train added 9-19-05 Original Author Unknown

This is the choo-choo train. [bend arms at elbows]
Puffing down the track. [rotate forearms in rhythm]
Now it's going forward,
Now it's going back,
Now the bell is ringing, [pull cord with closed fist "ding, ding"]
Now the whistle blows. [hold hands around mouth "wooo, wooo"]
What a lot of noise it makes,
everywhere it goes! [cover ears with hands]





 

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