Fall Songs

Fall is always a little bitter sweet. Gone are the days of sprinklers and sweaty days at the park, but the days of boots, tea and beautiful changing leaves are here. It is time to sing about apples, pumpkins and leaves!

Four Seasons
(Tune: Frere Jacques)

Summer, Winter, (Summer, Winter)
Spring and Fall (Spring and Fall)
These are the four seasons, (These are the four seasons)
We know them all. (We know them all.)

Found an Apple
(Tune: Clementine)

Found an apple. Found an apple.
Found an apple in a tree.
So I picked it and I shared it,
Half for you and half for me.

I'm an Apple Tree
(Tune: Do Your Ears Hang Low)

I'm an apple tree.
I'm a big, strong apple tree.
I have got five apples growing off of me.
When the fall winds blow,
Shakes my branches to and fro,
An apple falls from me.

Count how many apples are left and sing the song until there are no more left. This song is a song I use with my silly glove, but you could make a felt board apple tree with five apples too.

I'm a Little Pumpkin
(Tune: I'm a Little Tea Pot)

I'm a little pumpkin, orange and round.
The cutest squash that you ever have found.
I grow on a vine that is leafy and green.
Straight from the farm in time for Halloween.

Autumn Leaves
(Tune: London Bridges)

Autumn leaves turn orange and brown,
Orange and brown, orange and brown.
Autumn leaves turn orange and brown,
And then they fall down.

Autumn leaves are falling down,
Falling down, falling down.
Autumn leaves are falling down,
To the ground.

This song is fun with a parachute or a giant scarf. I put fall colored leaves on it and we shake them off. I found a bag of leaves at the Dollar Tree, but you could cut some out of paper or felt.

Happy Singing.