This is the second part of a mini series about songs for teaching parts of speech.  If you missed the first post about nouns and verbs, you can find it here.

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Sing The Adjective Song to the tune of The Itsy Bitsy Spider.

Adjective Song, to the tune of The Itsy Bitsy Spider
Adverbs, probably one of the trickiest parts of speech!  Sing this one to the tune of Skip to my Lou.
 The Adverb Song, to the tune of Skip to my Lou
The Pronoun Song is a student favorite because it’s sung to the tune of the Sponge Bob theme song!  I like to kick it off by saying, “Are you ready kids?”  Then they say, “Aye, aye, Mrs. Braun!”  Me: “I can’t hear you!”  Them: “AYE AYE MRS. BRAUN!”   All together:   OOOOOOOoohhhhh….. (just like how the TV show starts)
 The Pronoun Song, to the tune of the Sponge Bob theme song
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These song pages also serve as good anchor charts to jog students’ memory later about parts of speech.  Check out more anchor charts at Crafting Connections:
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Hannah Braun is a former teacher with 8 years of experience in the classroom and a master's degree in early childhood education. She designs engaging, organized classroom resources for 1st-3rd grade teachers.


  1. I just discovered your blog via Pinterest searching for parts of speech ideas. I LOVE your songs and can’t wait to use them in my classroom! I am including them in my blog post on Saturday about great pins I discovered this month. Thanks so much for sharing! I’m signing up for email notifications to your blog.

  2. Hi Hannah. My kids are loving your songs. I also would love if you had time to create a conjunction and preposition song sheet. Many thanks for your uploads.

  3. The are awesome!! I love the videos of the noun and verb songs. Are you planning to make videos of the adjective, adverb and pronoun songs?

  4. I love these songs, thanks for sharing! My students have learned the noun song, so far, thanks to your helpful videos provided. Do you happen to have sound videos for adjectives and pronouns, too? I’m not very musically inclined, so having my students hear it, is way better! I don’t seem to get the tunes right, when it’s left up to me. Thank you!

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