This is a popular song and activity where children dance as they sing silly goodbye rhymes. End your day on a positive, happy note with this fun goodbye action song. This song is ideal for toddler, preschool and kindergarten age children. NOTE: Scroll down for printable images of each animal in this song. See you later, alligator — See you later, alligator Gotta truck, baby duck — Gotta truck, baby duck In a shake rattlesnake — In a shake rattlesnake Out of here, reindeer — Out of here, reindeer. Bye bye butterfly — Bye bye butterfly Blow a kiss gold fish — Blow a kiss gold fish Give a hug lady bug — Give a hug lady bug Hit the road, happy toad — Hit the road, happy toad.
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Goodbye Song for Kids – A Fun Routine Song to End the School Day
With a song, of course! I love writing songs for preschoolers. I hope you enjoy these happy songs! Singing songs increases positive attitudes and is an awesome way to end the day. Everyone wants to leave the classroom happy and with a smile. Music is so powerful! Not only can they learn about rhymes, rhythms, and how to use their singing voice, songs are great for routines and building a strong community in your classroom. I have 10 goodbye songs in this set. These are songs written to the tunes of nursery rhymes or simple rhythmic chants. Here are a few of the songs.
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It is never easy to say goodbye! Especially after having so much fun with all of our friends. When concluding a program or school day, the transition becomes much easier if there is there is an incorporation of a special closing song. This signature goodbye song can indicate this last sequence of the daily routine in a warm and fun way!
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