Perfectly Preschool



I’m a Little Turkey
(to the tune of I’m a Little Teapot)

I’m a little turkey
Fluffy and brown Rub Tummy

My wings flip-flop
When I turn around Flap arms

I have lots of feathers,
On my back Bend down and wave hands over back

And a big orange beak Use hands to clap
That goes “click clack”



Did You Ever See a turkey
(to the tune of “Did you ever see a lassie”)
Did you ever see a turkey, a turkey, a turkey
As he struts around the farmyard with feathers so bright?

With red ones and brown ones and yellow ones and orange ones,
Did you ever see a turkey with feathers so bright?

*Reinforce color recognition with this song. In advance, cut out a class supply of red, brown, yellow, and orange construction paper feathers. Give each child one feather. As the class sings the song have each child hold up his feather when the color is mentioned.



Thanksgiving
(to the tune of Are you sleeping)
Thanksgiving, thanksgiving
Time is here, time is here
Turkey’s on the table,
Turkey’s on the table,
Yum, yum, yum
Yum, yum, yum

Thanksgiving Day
(to the tune of row, row, row your boat)
The Pilgrims sailed away,
Far across the sea.
They came to America
So they could be free.
The Native Americans
Helped them plant the corn.
Then they shared a great big feast,
Thanksgiving Day was born!

Turkey in the brown Straw
(to the tune of: skip to my lou) Turkey in the Brown Straw
Ha Ha Ha,
Turkey in the brown straw
Ha Ha Ha,
Turkey in the brown straw
Ha Ha Ha,
Turkey in the straw my darlin'
Turkey in the green tree
Hee Hee Hee,
Turkey in the green tree
Hee Hee Hee,
Turkey in the green tree
Hee Hee Hee,
Turkey in the tree my darlin'.
Turkey in the white snow
Ho Ho Ho,
Turkey in the white snow
Ho Ho Ho,
Turkey in the white snow
Ho Ho Ho,
Turkey in the snow my darlin'.
Turkey in the red barn,
Harn Harn Harn,
Turkey in the red barn,
Harn Harn Harn,
Turkey in the red barn,
Harn Harn Harn,
Turkey in the barn my darlin'.
Turkey in the blue sky,
High, High, High,
Turkey in the blue sky,
High, High, High
Turkey in the blue sky,
High, High, High
Turkey in the sky my darlin'.