Preschoolers love dinosaurs! I have a fun and easy song about these fascinating creatures to sing with your class!
“The Dinosaurs in the Swamp” is great because it teaches them dinosaur names while getting them up and moving.
The Dinosaurs in the Swamp is a piggyback song of “The Wheels on the Bus.”
This can be an easy sing-along or you can have the students imitate the actions of the dinosaurs in the song. For example, your students could put their finger on their forehead to imitate the “poke” of the triceratops horn.
Here are the Lyrics:
The triceratops horns went poke poke poke, poke poke poke, poke poke poke
The triceratops horns went poke poke poke all through the swamp!
The Pteranodon’s wings went flap, flap, flap….
The Tyrannosaurus Rex went GRRR, GRRR, GRRR..
The Brontosaurus went munch, munch, munch…
The Stegosaurus tail went spike, spike, spike…
You can find free printable sheet music for The Dinosaurs in the Swamp below.
This song and many other musical resources can be found in my Dinosaur-themed lesson plan.
Click here to download the sheet music for The Dinosaurs in the Swamp
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