Early Childhood Songs


Hamotzi Kids

Ha Motzi Lechem Min HaAretz, We Give Thanks to God for Bread
Our Voices Rise in Song Together, As our Daily Prayer is Said...
Baruch Atah Adonai, Eloheinu Melech HaOlam, Ha Motzi Lechem Min Ha'Aretz
Ah-ah Mein

Note: ch is pronounced in a guttural manner, like clearing your throat.


Shalom Chaveirim

Shalom, chaverim,
Shalom, chaverim,
Shalom, shalom;
L'hitra'ot,
L'hitra'ot,

Shalom, shalom.
Shalom, o my friends,
Shalom, o my friends,
Shalom, shalom;
Till we meet again,
Till we meet again,
Shalom, shalom.


Yadayim L'mal'ah

Yadayim l'malahHands Up
Al Ha RoshOn the Head
Al Ha'k'ta'fayimOn the Shoulder
Achad, Shta-yim, Shalosh One, Two, Three
Al Ha-BetenOn the Stomach
V'al Ha'GavAnd on the back
Al ha-tusikOn the bum
V'al Ha AfAnd on the nose


Candle Blessing

Baruch atah Adonai,
Eloheinu melech ha-olam,
Asher kid’shanu b’mitzvotav,
V’tzivanu, l’hadlik neir,
L’hadlik neir,
Shel Shabbat.


You are blessed, Adonai,
Our God, ruler of everything,
Who makes us special with mitzvot,
And commands us to light the Shabbat candles.



On Friday Night

If I lived over in London town,
a place where the king and queen sit down...
To welcome you I'd say...Hello!

But on Friday night I say Shalom, Shabbat Shalom to you,
Yes on Friday night I say Shalom, Shabbat Shalom to you.

If I lived over in Paris, France,
a place where the Cancan is a dance...
To welcome you I'd say...Bonjour!

Chorus

If I lived over in Sunny Spain,
a place where the bullfight is the game...
To welcome you I'd say...Hola!

Chorus

If I lived on the planet Mars,
a place way up there in the stars...
To welcome you I'd say...BEEP, BEEP, BEEP!

Chorus

If I lived over in Israel,
a place where life is very swell...
To welcome you I'd say...Shalom!

Chorus


Bim Bom

Bim bom, bim, bim, bim, bom,
Bim, bim, bim, bim, bim, bom.
Bim bom, bim, bim, bim, bom,
Bim, bim, bim, bim, bim, bom.

Shabbat Shalom! (Hey!)
Shabbat Shalom! (Hey!)
Shabbat, Shabbat, Shabbat, Shabbat Shalom!


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