On the occasion of March 19, here is a selection of nursery rhymes for Father’s Day to learn and recite
Nursery rhymes for Father’s Day
Father’s day is celebrated on March 19 and many children in school and kindergarten are certainly preparing jobs and small works to communicate to their fathers how important they are. And since little ones like rhyming words so much, here is a selection of nursery rhymes for the Father’s Day to learn by heart and recite or to read with great musicality.
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Father’s day nursery rhymes for kindergarten
At kindergarten children are still very young but they are already starting to work with rhyming words and to do memory exercises.
Here are some short phrases and nursery rhymes you can learn and recite for dad or write to accompany a gift.
This morning I asked my tender heart:
“Suggest me some words of love,
suggest me some sweet accent
to make my father happy! “.
And my heart answered me:
“Just tell him this:
I love you…
but a lot, a lot, a lot … “
How nice to play with constructions
and then when it is evening to watch cartoons;
what a joy to paint with markers
and put together the most beautiful puzzles.
But the magic moment will also be today
when you come back: Dad!
Who wants a bald dad
that when he comes back he is always angry
that doesn’t send me out to play
when at home I don’t know what to do,
who in the evening goes to the cafe
and won’t you stay and play with me?
That’s when he’s worried
don’t want to be disturbed?
If you swap it for mine
I also give you my uncle:
I thought about it: “I’m not selling it,
for this time I will keep it ”.
(from “Collect ideas” ed. Tresei school)
Father’s Day nursery rhymes for kindergarten
Children attending the last year of kindergarten and approaching kindergarten can listen and try to learn songs or short nursery rhymes dedicated to the father. Here are some taken from the site of Maestra Mary
Dear little bird that you go flying,
my father you will certainly see.
Tell him his baby is so good,
and that often sends him a nice kiss.
Tell him that he loves him and that he is waiting for him!
Fly, little bird, fly, fly fast!
To my father a kiss and a flower,
to my father so much love,
so much love that speaks and says
may my dad be happy!
Dad, if you felt how my heart beats,
if I press with my hand,
beats me harder still:
can you tell me why it beats like this?
Because my love for you is all here!
Nursery rhymes for Rodari’s father’s day
Gianni Rodari is undoubtedly one of the most read and appreciated children’s authors. His poems and nursery rhymes belong to the memory of each of us. On the occasion of Father’s Day it would be nice to repeat the reading of a classic by Gianni Rodari: “Tales on the phone“. The protagonist of the story is a father who is always away for work but who never fails to call his little girl every evening at nine o’clock to tell her the bedtime story.
We also offer you a nursery rhyme by Gianni Rodari about dad.
I go for a walk in the city,
without a goal I wander here and there.
In Piazza Navona I stop to look
those who are licking ice cream.
In piazza Esedra an uncertain crime:
hear the concert for free,
or sit down, Roman-style,
on the cool edge of the fountain?
But it’s packed, the cement rim:
already two hundred people sit there.
Families enjoy the cool,
the mother, the mother-in-law with the daughters.
And where is father, to make up?
He’s at home working overtime.
Every Sunday on the way,
the economy goes for a walk.
Nursery rhymes for children’s father’s day
And finally here are some nursery rhymes where fathers are absolute protagonists that are a little longer and are suitable for older children, perhaps those who attend the Primary School. We also propose a nursery rhyme by Eduardo De Filippo, strictly in the Neapolitan dialect
Here is the day and the night
Here are the sunrises and sunsets
Here are the stars in droves
Here are the seas, here are the mountains
Here is the father nearby
Here is the deep sky
Here is the world, baby
Here is the baby, world
- O ‘pate of Eduardo de Filippo
For all life st’Omme is close to you,
and you, hardly, realize that he is there,
p’e daughters do ‘and everything, and nun se boast,
and suffers straight away without ever speaking.
And like St. Joseph, silent and dumb,
embraces’ cross and fa ‘o vulere’ and God:
fatigue, pray and remain shattered,
and when chiagne … chiagne,
t ” I say!
Yes, he still takes pain,
‘or himself, p’a effort, goes out’ in the morning;
p ” a family, is a martyr of love,
to the office, shop or workshop.
I’m fine with you and t ” or he almost says maje,
praise you, si nun staje present;
you vase ‘nfronte quanno a durmi’ staje;
pe ‘na caress, really enjoys.
Yes it calls you, o ‘ffa pè true love;
pè gives you joy, suffers all ‘ppene;
and every ghiuorno if it consumes’ o core,
pecchè is pate, is old i is piccerillo.
Greet him how many jesci and how many yolks,
and give her a few strokes’ na caress:
you realize ampressa ca you turn actuorne,
suspiruso and make you tenderness.
‘Oh well that does’ o pate l’annasconne,
pecchè ommo … and ll’omme accussì ago:
quanne ‘o son if sceta’ a dint ” o suonne,
quanno marries and introduces Dad.