When the Ants Go Marching One by One

‘When the ants go marching one by one’ is a fun song for kids. It teaches them about counting and rhyming. It also has some fun lyrics that can be used to teach children about the different parts of the body. It also helps develop synaptic connections in the brain. This is important in preparing children for reading and other educational activities.

The song is based on the American Civil War song, “When Johnny Comes Marching Home.” The song was first published by the Library of Congress in 1863. It was sung by both Union and Confederate armies and was a celebration of the soldiers’ return from the war. It was written by Irish-American composer Patrick Gilmore.

The song’s lyrics are often accompanied by actions, and the song ends with five fingers in the air. The song encourages children to count the ants at each opportunity, and to bring three friends along to join them in the marching. This can be a fun activity for kids, and a great way to introduce them to the concept of “one by one.”

It’s also a fun way to get kids moving, which is important for developing the brain. Moving around will also help children learn the parts of the body. It can also encourage children to try new things and challenge their knowledge. This will help them develop stronger synaptic connections in their brains, and will prepare them for learning to read.