The Best Sing-Along Books for Children

The Best Sing-Along Books for Children from North Carolina Lifestyle Blogger Adventures of Frugal Mom

Y’all will know most of these classic songs, as you should. I break down the best sing-along books for children that every parent should have.

The First Day of Winter by Denise Fleming

I really loved reading this book with my little one. They enjoyed singing along, and most of the time, they often told me to stop singing. It’s just one of the best kids’ books for the winter season.

The Wheels on the Bus by Jerry Smith

This is a great option to get your child ready for going on the bus. I especially enjoyed this one because it has some fun dance moves too!

Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes by Annie Kubler

I’ve really enjoyed doing this with my little one. It gets them moving, and it gets them familiar with themselves. 

Five Little Monkeys Jumping on the Bed by Eileen Chriselow

I remember this being one of my all-time favorites when I was growing up. I’m just glad this is still relevant, and kids still enjoy it. This is certainly one of the best sing-along books for children. 

Old MacDonald Had a Farm by Jane Cabrera

Y’all know this one! It’s one of the classics that every child enjoys singing along to. It gets them familiar with different animals as well.

The Itsy Bitsy Spider by Iza Trapani

I’ve never been a spider person, but maybe y’all are. This is another classic option that your little one will surely enjoy!

Knick Knack Paddy Whack by Christiane Engel

Another classic that lasted for decades. This one helps introduce the kids to different instruments. Just prepare for everything in your home to become a drum set. 

Happy! By Pharrell Williams

If y’all need a break from the old nursery rhymes, this is one of Pharrell’s best songs! It’s super catchy, and it’s hard to not dance to. 

Dinosaur Rap by John Foster

Maybe y’all want to get your rap on—this book will help you do just that. It’s got the fun nature of the music genre without any worrisome content.

Ultimately, the goal is to get your little ones up and moving around. That way you won’t have to sit and read the same book over and over again. Hopefully, it makes them go to bed early!

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