We Get Kids THINKING About Trees

MUSIC

Learning and games are only half as fun without music to tap your feet to! Arbor Rangers™ will create uplifting tunes to accompany their adventures to make discovering the wonders of nature a blast, so stay tuned!!!

In the meantime, enjoy the making of the Arbor Rangers™ Theme Song!

You can also sit back and enjoy songs about trees and nature by various talented artists below:

Buffalo and Brandy – “The Green Grass Grows All Around”

Lyrics:

There was a tree
All in the woods
The prettiest tree
That you ever did see
Oh, the tree in a hole
And the hole in the ground
And the green grass grows all around, all around
The green grass grows all around.

And on that tree
There was a limb
The prettiest limb
That you ever did see
Oh, the limb on the tree
And the tree in a hole
And the hole in the ground
And the green grass grows all around, all around
The green grass grows all around.

And on that limb
There was a branch
The prettiest branch
That you ever did see
Oh, the branch on the limb,
And the limb on the tree,
And the tree in a hole,
And the hole in the ground,
And the green grass grows all around, all around
The green grass grows all around.

And on that branch
There was a nest
The prettiest nest
That you ever did see
Oh, the nest on the branch,
And the branch on the limb,
And the limb on the tree,
And the tree in a hole,
And the hole in the ground,
And the green grass grows all around, all around
The green grass grows all around.

And in that nest
There was an egg
The prettiest egg
That you ever did see
Oh, the egg in the nest.
And the nest on the branch,
And the branch on the limb,
And the limb on the tree,
And the tree in a hole,
And the hole in the ground,
And the green grass grows all around, all around
The green grass grows all around.

And in that egg
There was a bird
The prettiest bird
That you ever did see
Oh, the bird in the egg,
And the egg in the nest,
And the nest on the branch,
And the branch on the limb,
And the limb on the tree,
And the tree in a hole,
And the hole in the ground,
And the green grass grows all around, all around
The green grass grows all around.

And on that bird
There was a wing
The prettiest wing
That you ever did see
Oh, the wing on the bird,
And the bird in the egg,
And the egg in the nest,
And the nest on the branch,
And the branch on the limb,
And the limb on the tree,
And the tree in a hole,
And the hole in the ground,
And the green grass grows all around, all around
The green grass grows all around.

And on that wing
There was a feather
The prettiest feather
That you ever did see
Oh, the feather on the wing,
And the wing on the bird,
And the bird in the egg,
And the egg in the nest,
And the nest on the branch,
And the branch on the limb,
And the limb on the tree,
And the tree in a hole,
And the hole in the ground
And the green grass grows all around, all around
The green grass grows all around.

And on that feather
There was a bug
The prettiest bug
That you ever did see
On, the bug on the feather
And the feather on the wing,
And the wing on the bird,
And the bird in the egg,
And the egg in the nest,
And the nest on the branch,
And the branch on the limb,
And the limb on the tree,
And the tree in a hole,
And the hole in the ground,
And the green grass grows all around, all around
The green grass grows all around.

And on that bug
There was a germ
The prettiest germ
That you ever did see
Oh, the germ on the bug
And the bug on the feather,
And the feather on the wing,
And the wing on the bird,
And the bird in the egg,
And the egg in the nest,
And the nest on the branch,
And the branch on the limb,
And the limb on the tree,
And the tree in a hole,
And the hole in the ground,
And the green grass grows all around, all around
The green grass grows all around.

And the green grass grows all around, all around
The green grass grows all around.

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Sid the Science Kid – “Beautiful Trees Song”

Lyrics:

Pine trees in the forests
Palm trees by the sea
Oaks and Maples
Help you and me
With air to breathe
And food to eat
Shady shade
To beat the heat

Beautiful trees
You know we love them
Beautiful trees
We need more of them
They take in carbon dioxide
Through their leaves
And put out oxygen
For everyone to breathe
Trees, beautiful trees

Elms and Magnolias
In the towns and cities
Cacti in the desert
Are sure enough pretty
So let’s salute ‘em
And let’s applaud them
And plant more of them
And be glad we’ve got ‘em

Beautiful trees
You know we love them
Beautiful trees
We need more of them
They take in carbon dioxide
Through their leaves
And put out oxygen
For everyone to breathe
Trees, beautiful trees
Trees, beautiful trees

This song is from the episode: “Sid’s Backyard Campout” is in association with National Wildlife Federation’s Great American Backyard Campout.

© 2013, The Jim Henson Company

 

Rachel Rambach – “The Leaves on the Trees”

Lyrics:

The leaves on the trees,
They sway in the breeze,
They sway all around, all around.
Slowly first, then faster
Until all the leaves fall down.

(Repeat, gradually getting faster each time)

For more about this song and Rachel, click this link: Listen & Learn Music by Rachel Rambach

© 2010, Rachel Rambach.

 

Here’s one that’s about the four seasons, but it uses trees a lot in representing the changes of the seasons and the video is so well made that we wanted to share it here also!

ABCmouse.com – “The Four Seasons”

Lyrics:

We sing of the four seasons:
chilly winter, ice and snow,
lovely springtime blossoms,
the summer sun’s warm glow.
When leaves are turning color,
we know that it is fall.
We sing of the four seasons
and look forward to them all.

Winter is the coldest season.
Feel the north wind blow.
You wear your mittens, hat, and boots
when playing in the snow.
But there are many places
where winter’s not so cold,
like Phoenix, Arizona
and Florida, I’m told.

After winter comes the spring,
and sunshine warms the air.
The buds on trees and flowers bloom
with color everywhere!
In spring, rain showers wet the earth
and melt the ice and snow.
Leaves and grass turn green again
and things begin to grow.

We sing of the four seasons:
chilly winter, ice and snow,
lovely springtime blossoms,
the summer sun’s warm glow.
When leaves are turning color,
we know that it is fall.
We sing of the four seasons
and look forward to them all.

Then comes summer, sunny summer.
Outside you will play—
sandy beaches, parks, and pools
to go to every day!
You can make a lemonade stand—
a quarter for a cup.
The summer sun is oh-so-hot,
and thirsty friends will drink it up.

When the summer season’s over,
then fall puts on a show.
The trees turn yellow, red, and brown,
and gusty winds will blow.
The autumn leaves go swirling
as they drop without a sound,
and soon a leafy blanket
is covering the ground.

At the very end of fall,
winter starts, and then
spring and summer come and go.
The cycle starts again!

We sing of the four seasons:
chilly winter, ice and snow,
lovely springtime blossoms,
the summer sun’s warm glow.
When leaves are turning color,
we know that it is fall.
We sing of the four seasons
and look forward to them all.

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