Here are some of the wildlife songs, some that bring back fond memories and others that are more current.
Grab your child and watch or dance to these great tunes. Can you think of more?
12 Wildlife Songs for Kids
1. So Many Animals – Hi 5
This was my daughter’s favourite song. I think we listed to it over 300 times, and no I’m not kidding. Even after listening to this song over and over again. I still like it.
Is that weird? It’s just to catchy!
2. Doing it by Justine Clark
This wildlife song is really week. It’s more calm that energetic and it’s a perfect song to play at night before bed time.
3. Please Don’t Call Me a Koala Bear – Don Spencer
An oldie but a goodie. If you like koalas, you should like this one.
4. Riding in the Pouch – Dot the Kangaroo
This one is showing my age but I couldn’t help adding one of the songs from Dot and the Kangaroo!
You really couldn’t and wouldn’t want to ride in the pouch of a kangaroo. Mucous galore!
5. The Monkey Dance – The Wiggles
My daughter never really got into the Wiggles, but I think that’s only because she was too obsessed with Hi5!
6. Toad, Frog, Pollywog – Waffletron
We found this gorgeous song on Youtube and it’s been a popular go-to ever since. It’s adorable and has a catchy tune.
7. Dinosaur Roar – Justine Clarke
Can you tell we like Juntine Clark? She has some great songs. The kids adore this one too!
8. Baby Beluga – The Wiggles
We added this one because, well, where else would you find a song about a baby Beluga. Very original.
9. The penguin Strut – Don Spencer
Penguin anyone. We love to dance like a penguin.
10. Bilby Rock – The Rockin’ Rangers
My girls saw the Rockin Rangers many years and they were great. I do really wish they made it as a big kids group. They had some wonderful wildlife songs. This was the only one I could find online though.
11. Never Smile at A Crocodile
A popular well-known song about a crocodile. Most children won’t ever smile at a crocodile.
12. I Met a Bear
Scout songs are always fun. We found this recently and it’s so fun!
Please feel free to add your favourites in the comments below.
Quite a few people have also mentioned the songs at Secret Gully. They have a nice Bilby song here.
Click here to see our list of wildlife Christmas songs!