Roly Poly: Songs for Babies, Toddlers and Preschoolers – Toddler Tuesday

roly poly songs for babies toddlers preschoolers

Roly Poly is one of my favourite songs for babies, toddlers, and preschoolers in early learning programs where I’ve been a part of. Like many kids songs, this action song encourages movement to develop motor control and coordination, while offering a chance to learn about opposite concepts, like up-down, in-out, loud-soft, etc. You can read more about the benefits of song in early childhood here.

roly poly songs for babies toddlers preschoolers

I admit, the quality of this video isn’t on par with a studio production. However, the point is to hear the words and melody, and to see the actions so you can share them with the little ones in your life. Enjoy!

As you can see, “Loud!” is Z’s favourite concept right now. What other opposites can you sing to this song? Leave me a comment below if you have some ideas to add, or if you know any other awesome songs for babies and kids that I should hear about.

Did you know this is part of a mini-series on my blog (as part of a weekly series called Toddler Tuesday) on music in early childhood? Go back and read the following posts for more information.

Why Sing Kids Songs? The Power of Song in Early Childhood

Beyond Baby Songs: Music and Movement Discovery Box

The Elevator Action Song

Sleeping Bunnies Action Song

Roly Poly interactive kids song for babies, toddlers, and preschoolers.

Stay tuned! I have more songs for babies, toddlers and preschoolers coming up each Tuesday for the next few weeks. To make sure you don’t miss them, sign up here to receive short and sweet weekly notifications of what’s new on The Big To-Do List blog. I’d also love to connect with you on social media. You can find me on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram & Pinterest.

Thanks for stopping by and checking out this song. Hope to see you again here soon!

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