Good Morning Song

Good Morning Song – Traditional song for early childhood settings – ideal for making up large rhyme charts, and cut and paste sentence reconstruction

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Songs, Poems and Nursery Rhyme Activities – Good Morning Song

Lyrics and Sentence / Word Rebuilding Activities – SYLLABLE BEAT, SOUND MAPPING

  • Includes:
    • A4 full rhyme page,
    • Large Print sentence/line cut out pages,
    • Large Print word cut out pages.


A4 Paper Size - Comic Sans

A4 Paper Size - NSW Foundation

A4 Paper Size - NZ Print

A4 Paper Size - Open Dyslexic

A4 Paper Size - QLD Beginners

A4 Paper Size - SA Beginners

A4 Paper Size - Sassoon Infant

A4 Paper Size - TAS Beginners

A4 Paper Size - UK Cursive

A4 Paper Size - Vict. Pre-cursive (WA/NT/VIC)

U.S. Letter Paper Size - Comic Sans

U.S. Letter Paper Size - D'Nealian

U.S. Letter Paper Size - Open Dyslexic

U.S. Letter Paper Size - Sassoon Infant

U.S. Letter Paper Size - Zaner-Bloser

How to use this teaching resource

  • A great little song to start the day off – you can substitute children’s names for the second ‘good morning’ line.
  • This simple song is ideal for introducing rhythm and syllable clapping and sounds. Use musical instruments to tap out the syllable beat as the song is chanted /sung as children pick up on the syllables and rhythm – gradually introduce marking out the syllables on a laminated copy – then work on introducing the simple sounds they are hear / see.
  • Print the A4 size for each child to pop into their nursery rhymes, poems and songs scrapbook – children ‘play with the words, letters and sounds’
  • Print (bigger onto A3 if prefer), pop onto coloured backing card, laminate and add to your class ‘Big Book of Nursery Rhymes, Poems and Songs’ Collection…
  • Print (larger onto A3 if you like), laminate, and cut up ready for children to reconstruct – pop into your song / poem box
  • Don’t forget to really make the most of these poems / songs and put your detective hats on to search for rhyming words, circle phonic sounds, play ‘find the word’ games, look for question marks and other structures, lots of ‘playing with words’ – it’s great fun to find all the word/letter patterns in poems and nursery rhymes.

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Comments & Reviews

  • What is the tune for the Good Morning Song?

    Comment by Lyndall on March 10, 2016 at 11:54 pm

    • Hi Lyndall

      Is… G E C G E C
      E D G G G
      G E C G E C
      E D G G E C

      Comment by Donna Cox on April 22, 2016 at 2:00 am

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