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LCF CLUBS English songs for children

Here you can watch videos of some English songs and nursery rhymes from our online learning website Englishzone and our English after school clubs. You will also find links to buy these songs on CD from our primary language resources shop.

If you are interested in teaching using these songs (and more!) take a look at our toddlers music club 'Jazz-Mataz' (UK) and our English clubs overseas.

Jelly on a plate - The Skeleton's song - Hickory Dickory Dock - My baby bumble bee



Topic: actions in English, food in English,
traditional English nursery rhyme

Jelly on a plate,
Jelly on a plate,
Wibble, wobble!
Wibble, wobble!
Jelly on a plate.

Biscuits in a tin.
Biscuits in a tin.
Shake them up!
Shake them down!
Biscuits in a tin.

Fire on the floor.
Fire on the floor.
Stamp it out!
Stomp it out!
Fire on the floor!

Sausage in a pan.
Sausage in a pan.
Turn it over!
Turn it over!
Sausage in a pan.

You can find the song Jelly on a plate on a CD in our English language resources shop:

Jazz-Mataz My Music CD2 : English songs and nursery rhymes for toddlers & preschool, KS1 and KS2, with 41 tracks and a full colour lyrics booklet. Suitable for native speakers and young EFL learners.


Topic: counting in English, time in English, Halloween,
actions in English

Look at the clock!
1 (one) on the dot!
One skeleton is smiling at you.

Look at the clock!
2 (two) on the dot!
Two skeletons are wearing blue.

OOMPAH OOMPAH OOMPAPAH!
OOMPAH OOMPAH OOMPAPAH!

Look at the clock!
3 (three) on the dot!
Three skeletons are painting their eyes.

Look at the clock!
4 (four) on the dot!
Four skeletons are eating pies.

OOMPAH OOMPAH OOMPAPAH!
OOMPAH OOMPAH OOMPAPAH!

Look at the clock!
5 (five) on the dot!
Five skeletons are brushing their hair.

Look at the clock!
6 (six) on the dot!
Six skeletons are walking in pairs.

OOMPAH OOMPAH OOMPAPAH!
OOMPAH OOMPAH OOMPAPAH!

Look at the clock!
7 (seven) on the dot!
Seven skeletons are dancing away.

Look at the clock!
8 (eight) on the dot!
Eight skeletons are watching the day.

OOMPAH OOMPAH OOMPAPAH!
OOMPAH OOMPAH OOMPAPAH!

Look at the clock!
9 (nine) on the dot!
Nine skeletons are using a broom.

Look at the clock!
10 (ten) on the dot!
Ten skeletons are leaving the room.

OOMPAH OOMPAH OOMPAPAH!
OOMPAH OOMPAH OOMPAPAH!

Look at the clock!
11 (eleven) on the dot!
Eleven skeletons are waving good night.

Look at the clock!
Midnight on the dot!
Twelve skeletons are sleeping tight.

Lyrics 'The Skeleton's song' (PDF)

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You can find similar English song CDs in our language resources shop:

Jazz-Mataz My Music CD1 : English songs and nursery rhymes for toddlers & preschool, KS1 and KS2, with 39 tracks and a full colour lyrics booklet. Suitable for native speakers and young EFL learners.

Jazz-Mataz My Music CD2 : English songs and nursery rhymes for toddlers & preschool, KS1 and KS2, with 41 tracks and a full colour lyrics booklet. Suitable for native speakers and young EFL learners.



Topic: time in English, traditional nursery rhyme,
simple actions in English

Hickory Dickory Dock
The mouse ran up the clock
The clock struck one
The mouse ran down
Hickory Dickory Dock

Hickory Dickory Dock
The mouse ran up the clock
The clock struck two
The mouse said:”Boo!”
Hickory Dickory Dock

Hickory Dickory Dock
The mouse ran up the clock
The clock struck three
The mouse said:”Weee!”
Hickory Dickory Dock

You can find the Hickory Dickory Dock song on CD in our language resources shop:

Jazz-Mataz My Music CD1 : English songs and nursery rhymes for toddlers & preschool, KS1 and KS2, with 39 tracks and a full colour lyrics booklet. Suitable for native speakers and young EFL learners.



Topic: traditional English song, funny nursery rhyme,
actions in English, feelings in English,
English verbs for kids

I’m taking home my baby bumble bee.
Won’t my mummy be surprised at me?
I’m taking home my baby bumble bee.
Ooh! Eeh! The bee stung me!

I’m squashing up my baby bumble bee.
Won’t my mummy be surprised at me?
I’m squashing up my baby bumble bee.
Ooh! Eeh! There’s bee on me!

I’m wiping off my baby bumble bee.
Won’t my mummy be surprised at me?
I’m wiping off my baby bumble bee.
Look! See! There’s no bee on me!

You can find the song 'My baby bumble bee' on CD in our language resources shop:

Jazz-Mataz My Music CD1 : English songs and nursery rhymes for toddlers & preschool, KS1 and KS2, with 39 tracks and a full colour lyrics booklet. Suitable for native speakers and young EFL learners.


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