Christmas Carols for Kids

Dec 11, 2016 | Christmas, December, Freebies, Videos that Teach | 3 comments

Teacher Approved Christmas Carols Video List

I just love teaching Christmas carols – and so here is your teacher approved Christmas Carols for Kids list.  They are full of rhymes, alliteration, and a great chance for kids to practice reading and   singing.  And so here is a list of videos that are classic holiday carols to use with your class.  First, we list individual songs, and then we have a few listings that include multiple songs that stretch over 30 minutes to 3 hours.

Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer by Kidbloomers (2:27)

Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer (with lyrics) by KoyangChick (2:37)

Santa Claus is Coming to Town by Buoreig (1:19)

We Wish You a Merry Christmas by Kidbloomers (1:19)

Up on the Housetop by The Learning Station (2:28)

Christmas Carols for kids free download. Students can read the lyrics to their favorite songs.

We have this great freebie too to make learnig the Carols fun!  Click here to check them out.

Frosty the Snowman by KoyangiChick (2:17)

Jingle Bells by Super Simple Songs (3:09)

Deck the Halls by Maple Leaf Learning (2:21)

Starts traditional and then has some fun lyrics kids will love.

Jingle Bell Rock (2:22)

The Grinch Song (2:02)

Chipmunks Christmas Song by Christmas Music Vids (2:44)

We love singing Christmas Carols so much that we made this FREEBIE for you. Click here to see more.

Christmas Carols for kids free download. Students can read the lyrics to their favorite songs.

Super Simple Songs 29 Minutes of Christmas Carols

Christmas Songs for Children by The Learning Station (27 minutes)

(with lyrics)

Top 21  Christmas Songs for Kids by Children Love To Sing (59:22)

Kids Christmas Songs (3 Hours) by Busy Beavers

What Christmas Carols for Kids do you love to sing?  Comment below.

Teacher Approved Christmas Carols for Kids Video List

 

3 Comments

  1. Sarah

    “Away in a Manger” is a favorite our three-year-old learned last year in pre-school. “The First Noel,” “O Little Town of Bethlehem,” and “Silent Night” are family favorites we’ll pass on to her and the other grandchildren. We all love the songs about Santa, but our really special favorites tell Christmas story of the birth of the Christ child.

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  2. Mary

    Thanks for sharing these, happy holidays! Mary

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  3. Parenting Pod

    Great post! I love teaching kids Christmas songs. They love it and it’s a great way to exercise their memory. Thanks for sharing!

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