Sign This!: Weather Song

(to the tune of “London Bridge”)

Click on these links to learn the signs RAIN, SNOW, and WIND.   Introduce these signs and then encourage the children to use them during this simple song.  Experiment with the size of the movement to covey a drizzle versus a thunderstorm, a flurry versus a blizzard, and a breeze versus a gale.

vane2See the rain come falling down, falling down, falling down

See the rain come falling down on this rainy day.

See the snow come floating down, floating down, floating down

See the snow come floating down on a snowy day.

Feel the way the wind does blow, wind does blow, wind does blow.

Feel the way the wind does blow on this windy day.

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2 responses

  1. Kathy G. Casserly | Reply

    Thanks so much, Kathy! I always enjoy getting these ideas and forwarding them to my Story Timers Volunteers and staff.

    Kathy Casserly
    Youth Services Specialist
    Baltimore County Public Library
    Office: 410-887-0517

  2. Laura Chandler | Reply

    I love your songs. The kids still ask for the Snowman song. Laura

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