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Jungle Song

Jungle Song

About This Primary Resource

An illustrated jungle themed song written by Clare Beynon. It features verses about a tiger, an elephant, a crocodile, a hippopotamus, a giraffe and a lion. It goes to the tune of twinkle, twinkle , little star. Download it using the link below.

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  1. Lisa

    Hello, I work in daycare love the sound of this song

  2. Sally

    A brilliant song. Simple and fun with lots of opportunities for actions yet really informative too. Thank you Clare Beynon.

  3. Migs

    Great song, one problem, giraffe, hippopotami,lions and crocodiles do NOT live in jungles! They live on savanna grass lands.

  4. Devin

    Great song

  5. Umy

    suitable for beginners

  6. Migs

    Just one problem, half those animals don’t live in the jungle!!!!!! Please do a bit research.

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