Toddler Sing-A-Long Books Roundup

One of the most important tools in the learning tool-kit is music. If your toddler is anything like mine, they LOVE singing, and lyrics and repetition get into their little head and stay for their whole life. The rhyming words create patterns that help with vocabulary, reading, and even math. Singing while reading and looking at pictures helps retention and learning even more, so we’ve found a whole CONCERT of books that you and your little one can sing along with!

Know a sing-a-long book that could be added to this list? Let us know in the comments!

 

The Wheels on the Bus

Take a trip all around town with your toddler as you explore everything happening in and around the bus. There’s no telling who you’ll see, or what you’ll hear, as you sing your way “round and round.”

 

There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly

This one is sure to tickle your toddler’s tummy just as if they were the one to swallow the fly! With repetitive verses and fun, silly lyrics, this will be one they will want to come back to over and over again.

 

Itsy Bitsy Spider

Tiny hands love this version of the old classic nursery rhyme, because they can learn the hand motions while exploring the touchy-feely textures of the pages and singing about that determined little spider.

 

How Much is That Doggie in the Window?

How much will your little one love this beloved sing-a-long about some of our favorite furry friends?! They’ll want to look into the windows over and over to find their favorite pup and hear it go “woof woof!”

 

Hey Diddle Diddle

Cats, dogs, moons and spoons – this classic rhyme is a favorite among little ones. It’s short but it covers a lot of things that can go on in a small amount of time!

 

Five Little Monkeys Jumping on the Bed

Can your toddler relate to these five mischievous monkeys? Counting plays a key role in this sing-a-long, giving a fun way to learn as they watch the little monkeys keep on jumping.

 

What a Wonderful World

While not a classic nursery rhyme, this song is still a classic. The original Louis Armstrong lyrics are given colorful illustrations as they portray the beautiful world we live in. A great way for little ones to learn about all the wonderful things that surround them!

 

The More We Get Together

Sing all about how happy friends make us feel, and even name your toddlers friends as you sing along with this one. The more the merrier!

 

Rain, Rain, Go Away!

Gather your little one’s favorite stuffed animals, just like the little girl in this book, and sing to the rain all together. The shiny raindrops on the cover will catch their eye and make them want to sing it again and again!

 

I’m a Little Teapot

Your toddler’s whole body will get involved in with this one, but we don’t just tip over and pour out. This little teapot takes us on travels all over, giving a new meaning to “tea time!”

 

Humpty Dumpty

Watch in 3-D as Humpty Dumpty takes his fall with this pop-up version of the old classic. Your toddler will love the drama as all of the different characters try to help put him back together again.

 

Twinkle Twinkle Little Star

Watch the little starts in this sturdy board book twinkle and shine as you and your little one sing the well-known rhyme. Let little fingers explore the pages and little eyes sparkle as they gaze at the twinkly stars.

 

Row Row Row Your Boat

Hold on as you board the boat and splash through this favorite classic rhyme. Join the characters on their adventure down the river, rowing all the way.

 


Share your favorite sing-a-long books in the comments, we’d love to hear them!

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