Sing Good Morning

Original kids’ song, EU.

“Sing Good Morning” is a song for preschoolers and elementary school students, with original lyrics by Singing Bell. It can be sung in class as a simple good morning song, but also in order to encourage kids to start the new academic year.

Its melody is taken from the famous kids’ song London Bridge is Falling Down.

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Karaoke Video with Lyrics

 


 

Lyrics

Sing Good morning to a friend
To a friend, to a friend
Sing Good morning to a friend
Good morning, Luna!

Clap Good morning to a friend
To a friend, to a friend,
Clap Good morning to a friend
Good morning, Danny!

Snap Good morning to a friend
To a friend, to a friend
Snap Good morning to a friend
Good morning, Jimmy!

Stomp Good morning to a friend
To a friend, to a friend,
Stomp Good morning to a friend
Good morning, Ava!

 


 

Click on the button to watch a karaoke video and download a PDF file with lyrics to this song for free.


 

Free karaoke MP3 download

To download your free instrumental mp3 of this song, click or tap on the following button, then choose “Save link as…”

“Sing Good Morning” (instrumental mp3 – 4 verses, 0:55 – 2/4 – 95 bpm)

 

 

“Sing Good Morning” (instrumental mp3 – 8 verses, 1:35 – 2/4 – 95 bpm)

 


 

Sheet music with chords

To save this free music sheet of “Sing Good Morning” to your computer, right click (or tap and hold, on mobile devices) and choose “Save Image As…”.

 


 

Free Printable PDF with Lyrics and Sheet Music

Sing Good Morning Sheet Music PDF

To download a ready-to-print PDF of this song for music activities with a music sheet, lyrics and a drawing for kids to paint, right click (or tap and hold) on the following link, then choose “Save link as…”.

“Sing Good Morning” free PDF download – Singing Bell


 

Teaching idea & activities

We sing the song in a circle. As everyone is singing the first verse, the teacher points to the direction of one of the students and we all sing their name in the last line.

In the next verses, we can substitute the word “sing” with “clap“, “snap“, “stomp“, etc. and make the corresponding sound/movement with our bodies.

For preschoolers, substitute the name with classroom objects, e.g. “Good morning, blackboard“, “Good morning, window“, “Good morning, pencils“, etc.

 

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