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Music & Songs : Animals > Farm

Farm Sounds added 8-28-98 Original Author Unknown

Sung to: "Wheels on the bus"

The cow in barn goes moo, moo, moo,
Moo, moo, moo. Moo, moo, moo,
repeat
All around the farm.
The pig in the pen goes oink, oink, oink,...........
The hens in the coop go cluck..........
The lambs on the hill go baa,........
The ducks on the pond go quack......


I like Baby Animals added 11-9-98 Original Author Unknown

Sung to: "London Bridge"

I like baby animals,
Animals, animals.
I like baby animals,
I'll name some for you.

Kittens, puppies, chicks and foals,
Chicks and foals, chicks and foals.
Kittens, puppies, chicks and foals,
I can name some more.

Goslings, ducklings, lambs and calves,
Lambs and calves, lambs and calves.
Goslings, ducklings, lambs and calves,
I like baby animals.


Ten Little Pigs added 11-9-98 Original Author Unknown

Sung to: "Five Little Ducks Went Out To Play"

Ten little pigs rolled in the mud -
Squishy, squashy, felt so good.
The farmer took one piggy out.
"Oink, Oink, oink," the pig did shout!

Continue with nine, eight, seven so forth, then...

No little pigs rolled in the mud.
They all looked so clean and good.
The farmer turned his back and then,
Those pigs rolled in the mud again.


To The Farm added 11-9-98 Author Bev Qualheim 

Sung to: " Twinkle, Twinkle"

Chicken, kittens, piglets too,
Donkeys, horses, cows that moo.
Fish that swim down in the pond,
Ducklings quacking all day long.
All these things you can see
If you go to the farm with me!


Take Me Out to the Barnyard added 11-9-98 Original Author Unknown

Sung to: "Take Me Out To The Ball Game"

Take me out to the barnyard
Take me out there right now
Show me the cows, pigs and horses too.
I hear an oink and a neigh and a moo
There are chickens laying their eggs
If they don't lay , it's a shame
Oh, it's one, two, three eggs today,
And I'm glad I came.


If I Were a Farmer added 11-9-98 Original Author Unknown

Sung to: "Did you ever see a lassie?"

Oh, if I were a farmer, a farmer, a farmer
Oh, if I were a farmer, what would I do?
I would milk the cows each morning
Each morning, each morning
I would milk the cows each morning, that's what I'd do.
Continue using:
I would feed the baby chickens
I would gather eggs for breakfast


Over In The Barnyard added 11-9-98 Original Author Unknown

Sung to: "Down By The Station"

Over in the barnyard
Early in the morning,
See the yellow chickies
Standing in a row.
See the busy farmer
Giving them breakfast.
Cheep, cheep, cheep, cheep.
Off they go.
Substitute other barnyard animals.


Farm Chores added 11-9-98 Original Author Unknown

Sing the following song while vigorously acting out jobs one might need to do
while working on a farm:

This is the way we ______
This is the way we ______
So early in the morning.

Some possible chores to perform might include mowing the hay, feeding the
chicks, sow the seeds, pull the weeds, hoe the field, etc.


The Tail of a Pig added 4-2-99 Original Author Unknown

Sung to: "The Wheels on a Bus"

The tail of a pig curls round and round,
Round and round, round and round.
The tail of a pig curls round and round
All through the mud.

The mouth of a pig goes oink, oink, oink,
Oink, oink, oink, oink, oink, oink.
The mouth of a pig goes oink, oink, oink,
All day long.

The snout of a pig goes root, root, root,
Root, root, root, root, root, root.
The snout of a pig goes root, root, root,
All day long.

The hooves of a pig go run, run, run,
Run, run, run, run, run, run.
The hooves of a pig go run, run, run,
All day long.

The ears of a pig go twitch, twitch, twitch, twitch,
Twitch, twitch, twitch, twitch, twitch, twitch.
The ears of a pig go twitch, twitch, twitch,
All day long.


Oink, Oink, Oink, Oink, Little Pig added 4-2-99 Original Author Unknown

Sung to: "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star"

Oink, oink, oink, oink, little pig,
Can you do a little jig?
In the bright light of the sun,
Are you having lots of fun?
Oink, oink, oink, oink, little pig,
I think that you will grow big.


The Pigs are Pink and Plump added 4-2-99 Original Author Unknown

Sung to: "The Farmer in the Dell"

The pigs are pink and plump,
The pigs are pink and plump.
They keep cool in mud all day,
The pigs are pink and plump.

The pigs have curly tails,
The pigs have curly tails.
The mother pig is called a sow,
The pigs have curly tails.

The piglets are so cute,
The piglets are so cute.
The piglets are the baby pigs,
The piglets are so cute.


Counting Pigs added 4-2-99 Original Author Unknown

Sung to: "Ten Little Indians"

One little, two little, three little pigs,
Four little, five little, six little pigs,
Seven little, eight little, nine little pigs,
Ten are in the mud.

All are pink with pudgy noses,
They don't smell a bit like roses,
Curly tails that look like hoses.
Rolling in the mud.

Ten little, nine little, eight little pigs,
Seven little, six little, five little pigs,
Four little, three little, two little pigs.
One is in the mud.

Cut ten pig shapes out of pink felt and a big mud puddle out of brown felt. Place the puddle shape on a flannelboard. As you sing the first verse, place the pig shapes on the mud puddle, one at a time. Then remove the pigs as you sing the last verse.


Out in the Barnyard added 4-2-99 Original Author Unknown

Sung to: "Down by the Station"

Out in the barnyard,
Early in the morning,
You can hear the piglets
Squealing up a storm.
Here comes the momma pig,
She will feed her babies,
Oink, oink, oink, oink, on the farm.

Brainstorm as many characteristics of pigs as possible - think about how pigs look, smell, feel, sound, taste. Use this poem format, and fill in with the descriptive words.


The Pigs Go Marching added 4-2-99 Original Author Unknown

Sung to: "The Ants Go Marching One by One"

The pigs go marching one by one.
Oink-oink! Oink-oink!
The pigs go marching one by one.
Oink-oink! Oink-oink!
The pigs go marching one by one.
The little one stopped to eat a bun
And they go all marching around their pen
And they want to march again;
Oink, oink, oink!


Five Little Pigs added 4-2-99 Original Author Unknown

Five little pigs went out to play.
The first little pig said,
"Let's go to the woods today."
The second little pig said,
"What will we do there?"
The third little pig said,
"We'll look for our mother."
The fourth little pig said,
"What will we do when we find her?"
"We'll hug her and kiss her and kiss her!"
Said the fifth little pig.


On a Farm added 4-2-99 Original Author Unknown

Sung to: "London Bridge is Falling Down"

Animals live on a farm, on a farm, on a farm
Animals live on a farm, with a farmer

Cows and pigs live on a farm, on a farm, on a farm
Cows and pigs live on a farm, with the farmer

Goats and sheep live on a farm, on a farm, on a farm
Goats and sheep live on a farm, with the farmer

Hens and chicks live on a farm, on a farm, on a farm
Hens and chicks live on a farm, with the farmer


Here Is The Barn added 4-2-99 Original Author Unknown

Here is the barn (Form a roof shape with your hands)
Where I like to go (Walk in place)
It's as tall as a tree (Point up overhead)
And cozy, you know (Hug body with arms)

Here is the barn, (Make a roof shape with your hands)
I'll go there with you (Walk in place)
To pet a sweet lamb (Pretend to pet a lamb)
And cuddle it, too! (Pretend to hug a lamb)


This Little Cow added 4-2-99 Original Author Unknown

This little cow eats grass.
(hold up one hand, fingers erect, bend down one finger)
This little cow eats hay.
(bend down another finger)
This little cow drinks water.
(bend down another finger)
And this little cow does nothing.
(Bend down another finger)
But lie and sleep all day.


Ten Little Pigs added 4-2-99 Original Author Unknown

Sung to: "Five little Ducks went out to play"

Ten little pigs rolled in the mud
Squishy, squashy, felt so good.
The farmer took one piggy out.
"Oink, Oink, oink," the pig did shout!

Continue with nine, eight, seven so forth, then...

No little pigs rolled in the mud.
They all looked so clean and good.
The farmer turned his back and then,
Those pigs rolled in the mud again.


Tractors, Tractors added 4-2-99 Original Author Unknown

Sung to: "Daisy, Daisy"

Tractors, tractors, tractors help farmers work.
They pull plows that break up the clumps of dirt.
The farmer can work much faster
Because he has a tractor.
There's lots to do the whole year through.
Tractors help farmers do the work.


Shovels, Rakes & Even Hoes added 4-2-99 Original Author Unknown

Sung to: "Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star"

Shovels, rakes, and even hoes
Help the farmer as he sows.
First, he digs into the ground;
Then he plants some seeds around.
Shovels, rakes, and even hoes
Help the farmer as he sows.


Who Are The Animals added 3-06-01 Original Author Unknown

Sung to: " Skip to my Lou"

Who are the animals that live on the farm
Who are the animals that live on the farm
Who are the animals that live on the farm
Let us learn their names.

The duck is an animal that lives on the farm.
The duck is an animal that lives on the farm.
The duck is an animal that lives on the farm.
Now we learned her name.

And so on........


Eight Baby Pigs added 3-06-01 Original Author Unknown

Two mother pigs lived in a pen (thumbs)
Each had four babies and that made ten (fingers of both hands)
These four babies were black and white (fingers of one hand)
These four babies were black as night (fingers of the other hand)
All eight babies loved to play (wiggle fingers)
As they rolled and rolled in the mud all day! (roll hands)


P-I-G-G-Y  added 3-06-01 Original Author Unknown

Sung to: "Bingo"

There was a hungry little hog,
And Piggy was his name-o.
P-I-G-G-Y, P-I-G-G-Y, P-I-G-G-Y,
And Piggy was his name-o!


I'm a Little Piggy  added 3-18-01 Original Author Unknown

Sung to: "I'm a little Teapot"

I'm a little piggy
Short and stout
Here are my ears
Here is my snout
When I see the
Farmer in the dell,
I oink, oink, oink
and wiggle my tail.


Farm Chores 2  added 9-17-01 Original Author Unknown

Five little farmers woke up with the sun. (hold up hand)
It was early morning and the chores must be done.
The first little farmer went out to milk the cow. (hold up thumb)
The second little farmer thought he'd better plow. (hold up index finger)
The third little farmer cultivated weeds. (hold up middle finger)
The fourth little farmer planted more seed. (hold up fourth finger)
The fifth little farmer drove his tractor round. (hold up last finger)
Five little farmers, the best that can be found. (hold up hand)


Five Hungry Chicks added 5-12-02 Original Author Unknown

Said the first little chicken
with a queer little squirm,
"I wish I could find
A fat little worm."

Said the second little chicken,
with an odd little shrug,
"I wish I could find
A fat little bug."

Said the third little chicken'
With a sharp little squeal,
"I wish I could find
Some nice Yellow corn meal."

Said the fourth little chicken
with a sigh of grief,
"I wish I could find
A little green leaf."

Said the fifth little chicken,
With a faint little moan,
"I wish I could find
A wee gravel stone."

"Now see here, said the mother,
From the green garden patch,
"If you want any breakfast,
Just come her and scratch!"


Little Worm added 3-24-03 Original Author Unknown

Sung to: "Farmer In The Dell"

Oh wiggle, little worms
And help our garden grow
By Mixing all the soil around
While digging down the row.


I Had A Little Rooster added 3-24-03 Original Author Unknown

I had a little rooster by the old barn gate
And that little rooster was my playmate
And that little rooster went cock-a-doodle-do
Dee-doodley-doodley-doodley-do
(substitute other animals)


Five And Five Eggs  added 3-24-03 Original Author Unknown

Five and five eggs
Hold up hands
That makes ten
Sitting on top is mother hen
Fold one hand over the other
Crackle crackle crackle
Clap hands three times
What do I see
Fingers around eyes
Ten fluffy chickens
As yellow as can be
 Hold up ten fingers.


Ten Little Turkeys added 3-24-03 Original Author Unknown

10 little turkeys sat in their pen
"Hide, turkeys, hide!" said the little red hen.
One little turkey flew far away
But the other ...(9) decided to stay!
 
9 little turkeys sat in their pen
"Hide, turkeys, hide!" said the little red hen.
One little turkey flew out of the gate,
And when he was gone, there were...(8).
 
8 little turkeys sat in their pen.
"Hide, turkeys, hide!" said the little red hen.
One little turkey flew far away
But the other ...(7) decided to stay.
 
7 little turkeys sat in their pen.
"Hide, turkeys, hide!" said the little red hen.
One little turkey hid with the chicks,
And when she was gone, there were...(6).
 
6 little turkeys sat in their pen.
"Hide, turkeys, hide!" said the little red hen.
One little turkey flew far away
But the other ...(5) decided to stay.
 
5 little turkeys sat in their pen.
"Hide, turkeys, hide!" said the little red hen.
One little turkey hopped out the door,
And when he was gone, there were (4).
 
4 little turkeys sat in their pen.
"Hide, turkeys, hide!" said the little red hen.
One little turkey flew far away
But the other ...(3) decided to stay.
 
3 little turkeys sat in their pen.
"Hide, turkeys, hide!" said the little red hen.
One little turkey flapped her wings and flew.
And when she was gone, there were ,,,(2).
 
2 little turkeys sat in their pen.
"Hide, turkeys, hide!" said the little red hen.
One little turkey flew far away.
But the last ...(1) decided to stay.
 
1 little turkey sat in his pen.
"Hide, turkey, hide!" said the little red hen.
The last little turkey flew off toward the sun
And when he was gone, there were ...(none).


Tractor Song added 5-5-03 Original Author Unknown
Submitted by: Terry Tabler

Sung to: "Wheels on the Bus"

The wheels on the tractor go
round and round
round and round
round and round
The wheels on the tractor go
round and round
All around the farm.

The tractor in the field goes
back and forth
back and forth
back and forth
The tractor in the field goes
back and forth
All around the farm

The tractor in the field
works all day
works all day
works all day
The tractor in the field
works all day
All around the farm


Chickens added 7-29-03 Original Author Unknown

One, two, three little chickens. (Count three fingers.)
Dear little downy things,
Cuddling away from every danger (Nestle one hand under other arm.)
Under their mother's wings.
Peep, peep, when the baby's sleepy,
This is the song she sings. (Assume a relaxing position.)
Sleep, sleep, sleep, little chicks,
Little chicks sleep in the night.


Five Little Ducks added 7-29-03 Original Author Unknown

Five little ducks went in for a swim. (Hold up hand, extend fingers.)
The first little duck put his head in. (Point to each finger in turn.)
The second little duck put his head back.
The third little duck said, "Quack, quack, quack."
The fourth little duck with his tiny brother
Went for a walk with his father and mother. ("Walk" fingers up opposite arm.)


Had a Little Chickie added 7-29-06 Original Author Unknown

Sung to: "Turkey in the Straw"

Had a little chickie
And she wouldn't lay an egg;
So I poured hot water
Up and down her leg,
Oh, that little chickie cried
And that little chickie begged;
Then that silly little chickie laid
A hard-boiled egg!


I'm A Duck added 7-29-06 Original Author Unknown

S
ung to: "Frere Jacques"

I'm a duck, I'm a duck,
Watch me waddle, watch me waddle.
Hear me when I talk,
Hear me when I talk.
Quack, quack, quack; quack, quack, quack.










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