Best ‘Hello’ Songs for Preschoolers and Kids

'Hello' Songs for Kids

‘Hello’ songs are played by teachers to greet children in the kindergarten class to make them feel comfortable, build a sense of community and teach them daily manners and etiquettes.

Sweet ‘Hello’ Songs to Create a Positive Atmosphere Around Children

Plato once said that music “is a more potent instrument than any other for education”. Music can also be an effective medium for kids to express themselves, unleash their creativity and feel inspired. When we greet children politely with a simple ‘hello’ followed by their names and accompanied by a smile, we acknowledge their presence through the warmth of our voices. It also helps create a friendly environment to ease their anxieties and fears. A wonderful way to do this is by reciting or singing songs. Setting aside regular time for practising music in the day’s curriculum develops commitment and patience. Some children are naturally shy and greeting others, making eye contact or joining an activity. A song has the ability to grab the attention of a group during circle time. Thus, singing hello songs, preschool songs for circle time increases positive attitudes while acting as a great stress reliever. Here is a round-up of the best Hello songs kindergarten to motivate kids to interact with others and make friends in class.

1. Hello Song

[Verse 1]
Every day
I go to school
I meet my friends
And we all say

[Chorus]
Hello, hello!
How are you?
I’m good, I’m great!
How about you?
repeat
Na, na, na…

[Verse 2]
Every day
I go and play
I meet new friends
And we all say

[Chorus]
Hello, hello!
What’s your name?
Nice to meet you!
Do you want to play?
repeat
Na, na, na….

2. Time to Sing Hello – Rachel Rambach

Hands clap,
Feet tap,
It’s time to sing hello.
To you and you and you and you
All of the people that we know.

So let’s all come together,
And raise our voice in song.
Let’s have a good time in music,
while we dance and play along.

Sit up tall,
let’s have a ball.
It’s time to sing hello.
To you and you and you and you
All of the people that we know.

Hello everybody,
Hello everybody,
Hello everybody,
It’s so nice to see you today.
Hey, hey!

3. Hello, Nice Day

Hello-hello
Nice day-nice day
Pleased to see you-pleased to see you too
Let’s run-let’s run
Let’s play-let’s play
I will talk to you-I will talk to you
We can dance- We can dance
And sing-and sing
We can jump-We can jump
And swing-and swing
Watch me laugh- Watch me laugh
And poke a face- And poke a face
Now we’re friends- Now we’re friends
Come and join us at our place
Repeat x2
Now we’re friends-now we’re friends
Come and join us at our place.

4. Hello Hello! Featuring Super Simple Puppets

Hello, Hello
Can you clap your hands?
Hello, Hello!
Can you clap your hands?

Can you stretch up high?
Can you touch your toes?
Can you turn around?
Can you say, “Hello”?

Hello, Hello!
Can you stamp your feet?
Hello, Hello!
Can you stamp your feet?

Can you stretch up high?
Can you touch your toes?
Can you turn around?
Can you say, “Hello”?

Hello, Hello!
Can you clap your hands?
Hello, Hello!
Can you stamp your feet?

5. Hello What’s Your Name? – Sing and Learn Orange

Hello, Hello,
What’s your name?
What’s your name?
What’s your name?

Hello, Hello,
What’s your name?
My name is Peter.
Refrain

Hello, Hello,
What’s your name?
My name is Sally.
Refrain

Hello, Hello,
What’s your name?
My name is Pirate Bob.
Refrain

Hello, Hello,
What’s your name?
My name is Marty Moose.

6. Hello Neighbour

Hello neighbour,
What do you say (clap!)
It’s going to be a happy day!
Greet your neighbour
And boogie on down Give ‘em a bump,
And turn around.

7. Hello Hello – Nancy Kopman

Hello, hello, hello-what do you know?
Do you know where your head is?
Do you know where your shoulders are?
Do you know where your hands are?
Do you know where your knees are?
Do you know where your toes are?

Hello songs for kid’s lyrics also provide a unique opportunity for communication, literacy preparation and musical training that enhances academic performance in higher classes. However, young children take time to comprehend language, understand complicated emotions, social customs and body language as a part of social education skills. Each child is different, and they would eventually learn social graces with time, patience, and the right guidance.

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