The Weather song “What’s the weather like today?”

This song is composed by myself.

https://soundcloud.com/miu-kh/whats-the-weather-like-today

Through this song, the children can learn about some weather types as sunny, windy, cloudy, snowdy.

In teaching this song, I will use the gesture to illustrate the song and use the lyrics to teach vocabulary and grammar (structure “What’s the weather like? – It’s…”).

Lyrics:

What’s the weather, what’s the weather, liketoday, like today?
Look outside the window, look outside thewindow
Can you say?

It’s a sunny, it’s a sunny, sunny day, sunny day
Go out in the sunshine
Go out in the sunshine
Play, play, play
Play, play, play

It’s a cloudy, it’s a cloudy, cloudy day, cloudyday
Better get a sweater
Better get a sweater
If it’s cold
If it’s cold

It’s a windy, it’s a windy, windy day, windy day
Let’s go fly a kite now
Let’s go fly a kite now
Fly it high
Fly it high

It’s a rainy, it’s a rainy, rainy day, rainy day
Better get a raincoat
Better get a raincoat
It’s all wet
It’s all wet

It’s a snowy, it’s a snowy, snowy day, snowyday
Get your coat and mittens
Get your coat and mittens
Burr, burr, burr, burr, burr, burr

What’s the weather, what’s the weather, liketoday, like today?
Look outside the window, look outside thewindow
Can you say? Can you say?

-nguyenthoa-

2 thoughts on “The Weather song “What’s the weather like today?”

  1. Thank you very much for sharing your voice! I think you will be a very good teacher when you teach children though the song. Your voice is very good, clear and attractive. The song is very suitable for children, especially for this lesson. I think they can learn many things through this song: vocabulary about weather, pronounciation, grammar ( it’s a rainny, it’s a cloudy…; how to use questions to ask the weather…). Moreover, the rhyme of the song is very simple and easy to follow, so students can learn this song very fast. teaching this song for the lesson may extemely bring a good effects. I wish you sucess! Thank you again!

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