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My daughter has asked for ideas of songs about days of the week, months of the year or generally time passing for a project on her teaching practise (Year 1)

 

I know there are lots but all I've come up with so far are Mondays Child, Soloman Grundy and January brings the snow. Can you help?

 

 

thanks

 

 

Al

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A great resource for songs and poems on anything is www.canteach.ca

I had a quick search for days of the week songs for you and came up with these -

 

Every Week

 

(tune: Are you Sleeping)

 

Every week has 7 days,

See how many you can say.

Sunday, Monday, Tuesday,

Wednesday, Thursday, Friday,

Saturday. What's today?

 

 

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Days of the Week

 

(to the tune of Frere Jacques!)

 

These are all the

da-ays of the we-ek,

Sing with me,

Sing with me.

 

Sunday, Monday, Tuesday

Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

Saturday

A day to play.

 

 

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(to the tune of "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star")

 

Sunday, Monday, Tuesday too.

Wednesday, Thursday just for you.

Friday, Saturday that's the end .

Now let's say those days again!

Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday!

 

 

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days of the week

(to the tune of "The Addams Family")

 

Days of the week, (snap snap)

Days of the week, (snap snap)

Days of the week,

Days of the week,

Days of the week. (snap snap)

 

There's Sunday and there's Monday,

There's Tuesday and there's Wednesday,

There's Thursday and there's Friday,

And then there's Saturday.

 

Days of the week, (snap snap)

Days of the week, (snap snap)

Days of the week,

Days of the week,

Days of the week. (snap snap)

 

 

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Days of the Week

(to the tune of "Oh My Darling Clementine")

Submitted by Beverly Matoney

 

There are seven days, there are seven days,

There are seven days in the week.

There are seven days, there are seven days,

There are seven days in the week.

Sunday, Monday, Tuesday Wednesday,

Thursday, Friday, Saturday.

Sunday, Monday, Tuesday Wednesday,

Thursday, Friday, Saturday.

 

 

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(To the tune of "Frere Jacques)

 

Today is Monday

(Today is Monday)

April 12th

(April 12th)

1998

(1998)

That's the date

(That's the date).

 

 

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(to the tune of Frere Jacques)

 

Tuesday, Tuesday,

Tuesday, Tuesday,

All day long, all day long,

Yesterday was Monday, tomorrow will be Wednesday,

Oh, what fun! Oh, what fun!

 

Sunday, Monday , Tuesday, Wednesday,

Thursday, Friday, Saturday

 

 

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Today is Song

 

(To the tune of "Frere Jacques")

 

Today is _______.

Today is _______.

All day long, all day long.

Yesterday was ______.

Tomorrow will be _______.

Oh what fun!

Oh what fun

 

 

I am sure your daughter will find something that she likes amongst these and that she has a really successful practice. Mx

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Chorus:

Sunday, Monday, Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday, Friday, Saturday too.

But my favorite day is Sunday

Sunday I spend time with you.

 

 

Do you think you can recite them?

Can you say them off by heart?

Let's all sing them now together

Ready. Now. From the start.

 

 

Chorus

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For the day of the week the song is:

 

Today is Monday all day long doo-dah doo-dah Today is Monday all day long all the doo dah day

 

For all the days of the week at one time the song is:

 

(Sung to the tune of Happy Days) Sunday Monday Happy Days Tuesday Wednesday Happy Days Thursday Friday Happy Days Saturday What a Day What a Day to watch cartoons... substitute choice of child's activity

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Not sure how relevant this will be as it's been a while since anyone posted it seems.

 

However, we sing

 

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday too

one, two, three, four, five, six, seven days

each day is different and every day is new!

 

Hope someone can use my first post :D

 

Edit by Steve: We've been asked by the composer of 'Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday' / 'Each Day Different and Every Day New' (Peter Lewis) to let you know that the song is published in the 'Harlequin' song collection by A C Black, London (Bloomsbury).

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A great resource for songs and poems on anything is www.canteach.ca

I had a quick search for days of the week songs for you and came up with these -

 

Every Week

 

(tune: Are you Sleeping)

 

Every week has 7 days,

See how many you can say.

Sunday, Monday, Tuesday,

Wednesday, Thursday, Friday,

Saturday. What's today?

 

 

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

 

Days of the Week

 

(to the tune of Frere Jacques!)

 

These are all the

da-ays of the we-ek,

Sing with me,

Sing with me.

 

Sunday, Monday, Tuesday

Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

Saturday

A day to play.

 

 

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

 

(to the tune of "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star")

 

Sunday, Monday, Tuesday too.

Wednesday, Thursday just for you.

Friday, Saturday that's the end .

Now let's say those days again!

Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday!

 

 

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days of the week

(to the tune of "The Addams Family")

 

Days of the week, (snap snap)

Days of the week, (snap snap)

Days of the week,

Days of the week,

Days of the week. (snap snap)

 

There's Sunday and there's Monday,

There's Tuesday and there's Wednesday,

There's Thursday and there's Friday,

And then there's Saturday.

 

Days of the week, (snap snap)

Days of the week, (snap snap)

Days of the week,

Days of the week,

Days of the week. (snap snap)

 

 

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Days of the Week

(to the tune of "Oh My Darling Clementine")

Submitted by Beverly Matoney

 

There are seven days, there are seven days,

There are seven days in the week.

There are seven days, there are seven days,

There are seven days in the week.

Sunday, Monday, Tuesday Wednesday,

Thursday, Friday, Saturday.

Sunday, Monday, Tuesday Wednesday,

Thursday, Friday, Saturday.

 

 

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(To the tune of "Frere Jacques)

 

Today is Monday

(Today is Monday)

April 12th

(April 12th)

1998

(1998)

That's the date

(That's the date).

 

 

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(to the tune of Frere Jacques)

 

Tuesday, Tuesday,

Tuesday, Tuesday,

All day long, all day long,

Yesterday was Monday, tomorrow will be Wednesday,

Oh, what fun! Oh, what fun!

 

Sunday, Monday , Tuesday, Wednesday,

Thursday, Friday, Saturday

 

 

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Today is Song

 

(To the tune of "Frere Jacques")

 

Today is _______.

Today is _______.

All day long, all day long.

Yesterday was ______.

Tomorrow will be _______.

Oh what fun!

Oh what fun

 

 

I am sure your daughter will find something that she likes amongst these and that she has a really successful practice. Mx

 

 

 

the 'adams family ' one !!!! i love it !!!, i will be using this after easter -many thanks.

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