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Fascinating Songs For Children While Travelling In School Bus

Monday November 23, 2015



Around 25 million students begin their day with a trip on school bus. The school bus transportation service is managed with utmost care and safety. 

Along with safety, entertainment is also necessary in School Bus transportation service. Introducing fascinating songs in school bus for children to sing along the ride can be interesting.

The songs for children must serve entertainment and education. Setting music can change the whole travel experience.

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Rhymes All the Way

The nursery rhymes include:

  • Action Songs

These songs are accompanied by clapping hands and nodding heads while singing.

  • Counting Rhymes

These rhyme do not require any material, they are accompanied by hand gestures not words.

  • Lullabies

These are used to pass culture or tradition. These are also often used to develop communication skills and regulation of behaviour.

  • Riddles

A riddle is a statement or question or phrase having a double or veiled meaning which can be put forth as a question to be solved.

Check out some fascinating songs for children:

  1. Pop! Goes the Weasel

Up and down the City Road

In and out the Eagle

That’s the way money goes

Pop! Goes the weasel.

Every night when I get home

The monkey’s on the table,

Take a stick and knock it off,

Pop! goes the weasel.[1]

     Up and down the city road,

     In and out the Eagle.

    That’s the way the money goes,

    Pop! goes the weasel.

  1. Pat-a-Cake

It is the oldest rhyme and is quite popular

Pat-a-cake, pat-a-cake, baker’s man,

Bake me a cake as fast you can,

Pat it and prick it and mark it with B,

And bake it in the oven for baby and me.

      Patty cake, patty cake, baker's man.

      Bake me a cake as fast as you can;

      Roll it up, roll it up;

      And throw it in a pan!

      Patty cake, patty cake, baker's man.

  1. ABC song

It is a fun alphabet song. It illustrates each letters with objects which makes it easier for children to learn alphabets. Some of the lines are:

A is for apple,

B is for ball,

C is for cat,

D is for dog,

E is for elephant,

    F is for fish,

   G is for gorilla,

   H is for hat,

   I is for igloo,

   J is for juice,

K is for kangaroo,

L is for lion,

M is for monkey,

N is for no,

O is for octopus,

    P is for pig.

   Q is for question,

   R is for ring,

   S is for sun,

  T is for train.

U is for umbrella,

V is for van,

 W is for watch,

 X is for box x x box.

Y is for yellow y

Z is for zoo.

  1. Ding Dong Bell

It is a traditional nursery rhyme and is very popular. Some of the lines are as follows:

Ding, dong, bell,

Pussy’s in the well,

Who put her in?

Little Johnny Thin.

       Who pulled her out?

      Little Tommy Stout.

      What a naughty boy was that,

      To try to drown poor pussy cat,

      Who never did him any harm,

     But killed all the mice in the farmer's barn.[1]

  1. Pussycat, Pussycat

It is an English rhyme about a pussycat going all the way up to London to visit the Queen.

Pussycat, pussycat

Where have you been?

I’ve been up to London

To visit the Queen.

Pussy cat, pussy cat, what did you there?

I frightened a little mouse, under her chair.[1]

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  1. Baa Baa Black  Sheep

It is one of the most popular nursery rhymes of all time and it can be used as lullaby.

Baa, baa, black sheep

Have you any wool?

Yes sir, yes sir

Three  bags full.

One for the master,

And one for the dame,

And one for the little boy

Who lives down the lane

  1. Johny, Johny

It is a nursery rhyme about parenting.

Johny, Johny!

Yes, Papa

Eating sugar?

No Papa

Telling lies?

No Papa

Open your mouth

Ha! Ha! Ha!

  1.   Cobbler, Cobbler

It is a nursery rhyme about a pair of old shoes that a cobbler is about to fix.

Cobbler, cobbler, mend my shoe

Get it done by half past two.

Half past two is much too late!

Get it done by half past eight.

Stitch it up, and stitch it down,

And I'll give you half a crown

The Best Is Better Than the Rest

All these rhymes can be fascinating for children as it involves entertainment and enjoyment. Transform your school transport experience with these songs.

No need to worry about the safety of children while on bus, as School bus monitoring system ensures the safety of children. All we can do is to contribute entertaining environment inside the bus. 

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