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<p>Songs &amp; Poems Seeds, Plants, Flowers, Gardens, and MoreMy Garden This is my garden, I'll plant it with care, Here are the seeds I'll plant in there, The sun will shine, The rain will fall, The seeds will sprout and grow up tall. Planting I took a little seed one day About a month ago. I put it in a pot of dirt, In hopes that it would grow. I poured a little water To make the soil right. I set the pot upon the sill, Where the sun would give it light. I checked the pot most every day, And turned it once or twice. With a little care and water I helped it grow so nice. Dick Wilmes The Little Plant In the heart of a seed, Buried deep so deep, A tiny plant Lay fast asleep. "Wake," said the sunshine, "And creep to the light." "Wake," said the voice Of the raindrops bright. The little plant heard And it rose to see,</p> <p>What the wonderful, Outside world might be. Little Brown Seeds Little brown seeds so small and round, Are sleeping quietly under ground. Down come the raindrops sprinkle, sprinkle, sprinkle. Out comes the rainbow, twinkle, twinkle, twinkle. Little brown seeds way down below, Up through the earth they grow, grow, grow. Little green leaves come one by one. They hold up their heads and look at the sun. Package of Seeds They can't see their pictures, they can't read the label -the seeds in a package -so how are they able to know if they're daisies or green for the table? It sounds like a fancy, it sounds like a fable, but you do the sowing, the weeding, the hoeing, and they'll do the knowing of how to be growing. Aileen Fisher Five Little Seeds Five little seeds, Five little seeds. Three will make flowers, And two will make weeds. Under the leaves, And under the snow, Five little seeds are</p> <p>Waiting to grow. Out comes the sun, Down comes a shower. And up come the three, Pretty pink flowers. Out comes the sun, That every plant needs, And up come two, Funny old weeds. Five Little Peas Five little peas in a pea-pod pressed, One grew , two grew, and so did all the rest; They grew...and grew...and did not stop, Until one day the pod went...POP! Oats, Peas, Beans and Barley Grow Chorus Oats, peas, beans, and barley grow, Oats, peas, beans, and barley grow, Do you, I, or anyone know how Oats, peas, beans, and barley grow? Firs the farmer sows his seed, Then he stands and takes his ease, He stamps his feet, And claps his hands, And turns around to view his land. Chorus Walking with a partner, Walking with a partner, Make a ring, oh make a ring, Oh, while we happily dance and sing. Chorus Seeds A little seed for me to sow A little earth to make it grow A little hole, a little pat,</p> <p>A little wish, and that is that, A little sun, a little shower. A little while And then, a flower! I'm a Little Seed (to the tune of "I'm a Little Teapot") I'm a little seed, Brown and fat, I haven't got a front, And I haven't got a back. Plant me in the earth, Give me water each day, I'll grow to be an apple tree, While you play! I dig a hole and plant a seed, Cover it with dirt, and pull a weed. Down comes the rain, and out comes the sun, Up grows my plant, Oh! What fun! What Makes a Garden Grow, Grow, Grow What makes a garden grow, grow, grow? (Measure from floor with hand at three levels) Lots of work with a rake and hoe, (Pretend to rake and hoe) Seeds gently planted in a row -(pretend to plant seeds with thumb and index finger together) That makes a garden grow, grow, grow. (Measure from floor with hand at three levels) What brings the seedlings up from the ground? (With palms up, close to floor, measure at three levels) Rain from the sky coming down, down, (Raise hands high and flutter fingers down, down, down) Bright yellow sunbeams shining round. (Make arms into big circle overhead) Help bring the seedlings up from the ground.</p> <p>(With palms up, close to floor measure at three levels.) Patricia Elizabeth Garner</p> <p>The Gardener Plants the Seeds (can be sung to the tune of The Farmer in the Dell) The gardener plants the seeds. The gardener plants the seeds. High ho the derry oh, The gardener plants the seeds. 2nd verse: The rain falls on the ground. 3rd verse: The sun shines bright and warm. 4th verse: The seeds begin to grow. 5th verse: Flowers grow everywhere.</p> <p>I Will Plant a Garden (to the tune of "Old MacDonald Had a Farm") I will plant a garden green, Then I'll watch it grow. I'll dig some holes here in the dirt, In a nice straight row. With a dig-dig here, And a dig-dig there, Here a dig, there a dig, Everywhere a dig-dig, I will plant a garden green, Then I'll watch it grow. I will plant a garden green, Then I'll watch it grow. In the hole I'll drop a seed, Then each seed I'll sow. With a drop-drop here, And a drop-drop there, Here a drop, there a drop, Everywhere a drop-drop, I will plant a garden green, Then I'll watch it grow.</p> <p>I will plant a garden green, Then I'll watch it grow. I'll water each plant one by one, They'll sprout up in a row. With a squirt-squirt here, And a squirt-squirt there, Here a squirt, there a squirt, Everywhere a squirt-squirt, I will plant a garden green, Then I'll watch it grow. Seeds Seeds are funny, funny things, Some have stickers Some have wings Some are big Some are small Some round and flat Some like a ball. Some are hidden inside of fruit Some in pods or underground roots. Some seeds are foods And good to eat, Like corn or beans Or nuts for a treat. A Daffodil A little yellow cup, A little yellow frill, A little yellow star, And that's a daffodil. Sunflower Sunflower, sunflower, Sunflower, sunflower, Sunflower, sunflower, Sunflower, sunflower,</p> <p>standing straight and tall, you're the tallest flower of them all! when your seeds fall to the ground, by the squirrels they'll be found!</p> <p>TreesGrowth of a Tree (to the tune of "I'm a Little Teapot") I'm a little maple, oh so small, In years ahead, I'll grow so tall! With a lot of water, sun, and air, I will soon be way up there! Deep inside th soil my roots are found, Drinking the water underground. Water from the roots my trunk receives, Then my trunk starts making leaves. As I start to climb in altitude, Leaves on my branches will make food. Soon my trunk and branches will grow wide, And I'll grow more bark outside! I will be a maple very tall, Losing my leaves when it is fall. But when it is spring, new leaves will show. How do trees grow? Now you know! Meish Goldish ________________________________________ Trees Trees just stand around all day and sun themselves and rest. They never walk or run away and surely that is best. For otherwise how would a squirrel or robin find its nest? ________________________________________ Trees Trees are the kindest things I know They do no harm, they simply grow And spread a shade for sleepy cows And gather birds among their boughs. Trees give us fruit in leaves above, And wood to make our houses of. Leaves to burn on Hallowee'en, And in the Spring new buds of green.</p> <p>Trees are the kindest things I know. ________________________________________ Arbor Day The seeds we plant today With sun and rain and rest Will grow to be the shade That all the land wears best. Dick Hayman ________________________________________ Chestnut Tree Under the spreading chestnut tree. In the shade just you and me. Oh, how happy we will be, Under the spreading chestnut tree. Weather Rain Rain Rain rain falls on the street, mud in puddles cleaning my feet. Thunder thunder rumble and roar, close the windows and lock the door. Clouds clouds black and gray, heavy with water to drop all day. Sun sun is breaking through, clouds are moving, the rain stops too.</p> <p>Rainbow rainbow across the sky, see-through colours to tickle my eyes. james hrner</p> <p>-------------------------------------------------------------------------------When the rain is splashing down On the fields and on the town Singing winds begin to blow And the flowers start to grow.</p> <p>-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Raindrops Raindrops are such funny things. They haven't feet or haven't wings. Yet they sail throughout he air With the greatest of ease, And dance on the street Wherever they please.</p> <p>-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Let's Count the Raindrops Let's count the raindrops as they pour: one million, two million, three million, four.</p> <p>Alan Benjamin</p> <p>-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Little Raindrops This is the sun, high up in the sky. A dark cloud suddenly comes sailing by. These are the raindrops, Pitter, pattering down. Watering the flower seeds That grow under the ground.</p> <p>-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Rain When the rain comes down drip drop drip drop, (flutter fingers down in front of you) Windshield wipers flip flop flip flop, (bend arms in front and move them side to side) Boots in puddles plip plop plip plop, (move feet up and down) I wish the rain would never stop. Drip drop drip, (use motions as you say it) Flip flop flip,("" ) Plip plop plip plop, ("") PLOP! (do the motions and jump)</p> <p>-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Fun In the Rain (to the tune of "Three Blind Mice")</p> <p>Rain, rain, rain Rain, rain, rain Dribble, dribble, sploosh! Dribble, dribble, sploosh! Grab your boots, your coat, and hat, Jump in a puddle and go kersplat! Stomp about and become a drowned rat, Rain, rain, rain Rain, rain, rain.</p> <p>-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Rain Rain on the rooftops, Rain on the trees. Rain on the green grass, But not on me!</p> <p>-------------------------------------------------------------------------------White When When White sheep, white sheep on a blue hill. the wind stops, you all stand still. the wind blows, you walk away slow. sheep, white sheep, where do you go?</p> <p>Christina G. Rossetti</p> <p>-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Water Cycle (to the tune of "It's Raining, It's Pouring"</p> <p>It's raining, it's pouring, The oceans are storing Water from the falling rain While thunderclouds are roaring. The rain now is stopping, The rain's no longer dropping. Sun comes out and soaks up water Like a mop that's mopping. The water's still there now, But hidden in the air now. In the clouds it makes a home Until there's rain to share now. It's raining, it's pouring... Meish Goldish</p> <p>-------------------------------------------------------------------------------It Rained It rained on It rained on It rained on But it didn't He/She had Bill, Will, Isabella, rain on ________, a huge umbrella.</p> <p>-------------------------------------------------------------------------------It rains on the duck, cow, and horse. It rains on the trees and leaves, of course! It rains on a little girl and fella. But I'm not wet. I have an umbrella!</p> <p>-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Raindrops Raindrops, raindrops, Falling all around, Pitter-patter on the rooftops, Pitter-patter on the ground. Here is my umbrella, It will keep me dry, When I go walking in the rain, I hold it up so high.</p> <p>-------------------------------------------------------------------------------One spring day the big round sun Winked at a cloud just for fun. That dark gray cloud thundered and cried, Scattering raindrops on all outside. But when the sun peeked out from a sunset low Together they both made a gay rainbow!</p> <p>-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Oh, Rainbow (to the tune of "Oh, Christmas Tree") Oh, rainbow, oh, rainbow, How lovely are your colours. Oh, rainbow, oh, rainbow, How lovely are your colours. Purple, red and orange, too, Yellow, green and blue so true.</p> <p>Oh, rainbow, oh, rainbow, How lovely are your colours.</p> <p>-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Rainbow Song Red and yellow and pink and green, Purple and orange and blue. I can sing a rainbow, Sing a rainbow, You can sing one too! Listen with your eyes, Listen with your eyes, And sing everything you see. You can sing a rainbow, Sing a rainbow, Sing a long with me. Red and yellow and pink and green, Purple and orange and blue. You can sing a rainbow, Sing a rainbow, Now you've sung one too!</p> <p>-------------------------------------------------------------------------------The Fog I like the fog It's soft and cool, It hides everything On the way to school. I can't see a house I can't see a tree,</p> <p>Because the fog Is playing with me. The sun comes out The fog goes away, But it shall be back Another day.</p> <p>-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Thunder crashes. Lightening flashes. Rain makes puddles, So I can make splashes.</p> <p>-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Thunder and Lightning (to the tune of "Pop Goes the Weasel") When a storm begins in the clouds, It sometimes may look frightening. You see a quick electrical spark-Flash! goes the lightning! Long and thin and streaky and fast, Its glow is oh so brightening. Watch for the electric spark-Flash! goes the lightning! When a storm begins in the clouds, It truly is a wonder. You hear a rumble loud in the sky-Clap! goes the thunder! Lightning bolts are heating the air,</p> <p>Over clouds and under. When the air expands enough-Clap! goes the thunder.</p> <p>-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Rhyme I like to see a thunder storm, A dunder storm, A blunder storm, I like to see it, black and slow, Come stumbling down the hills. I like to hear a thunder storm, A plunder storm, A wonder storm, Roar loudly at our little house And shake the window sills! Elizabeth Coatsworth</p> <p>-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Clouds are Floating (to the tune of Frere Jacques) Clouds are floating, clouds are floating, Up so high, up so high, Floating up above us, floating up above us, In the sky, in the sky.</p> <p>--------------------------------------------------------------------------------</p> <p>It's Raining, It's Pouring It's raining, it's pouring, The old man is snoring. He bumped his head, and he went to bed, And he couldn't get up in the morning.</p> <p>-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Thunder</p> <p>(to the tune of Frere Jacques) I hear thunder, I hear thunder, Hark, don't you? Hark, don't you? Pitter patter raindrops, pitter patter raindrops, I'm wet through. So are you.</p> <p>-------------------------------------------------------------------------------The Wind The wind came out to play one day, He swept the clouds out of his way, He blew the leaves and away they flew, The trees bent low and their branches did too, The wind blew the great big ships at sea, The wind blew my kite away from me.</p> <p>-----------------------------------------------------------------------...</p>