Itsy Bitsy Spider Song Lyrics Kids Poem


This is Itsy Bitsy Spider Song Lyrics Nursery Rhyme. "Itsy Bitsy Spider" (also known as "Incy Wincy Spider" in Australia, the UK, and Ireland).

The itsy bitsy spider
Climbed up the waterspout
Down came the rain
And washed the spider out
Out came the sun
And dried up all the rain
And the itsy bitsy spider
Climbed up the spout again

The itsy bitsy spider
Climbed up the kitchen wall
Swoosh! went the fan
And made the spider fall
Off went the fan
No longer did it blow
So the itsy bitsy spider
Back up the wall did go

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The itsy bitsy spider
Climbed up the yellow pail
In came a mouse
And flicked her with his tail
Down fell the spider
The mouse ran out the door
Then the itsy bitsy spider
Climbed up the pail once more

The itsy bitsy spider
Climbed up the rocking chair
Up jumped a cat
And knocked her in the air
Down plopped the cat
And when he was asleep
The itsy bitsy spider
Back up the chair did creep

The itsy bitsy spider
Climbed up the maple tree
She slipped on some dew
And landed next to me
Out came the sun
And when the tree was dry
The itsy bitsy spider
Gave it one more try

The itsy bitsy spider
Climbed up without a stop
She spun a silky web
Right at the very top
She wove and she spun
And when her web was done
The itsy bitsy spider
Rested in the sun

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This song is about Itsy Bitsy Spider Song Lyrics Kids Poem. This is a popular nursery rhyme and fingerplay that describes the adventures of a spider as it ascends, descends, and reascends the downspout (or "waterspout") of a gutter system (or similar vertical pipes such as a chimney). It is usually accompanied by a sequence of gesture actions which mimic the words of the song.

The song is usually performed in a call-and-response format by adults and children, but it can also be sung as a solo. The song is usually sung in a minor key. 

Nursery rhymes are traditional poems or songs for children in Britain and many other countries, but usage of the term only dates from the late 18th/early 19th century. The oldest nursery rhymes date from medieval times. The English collections of nursery rhymes and tales, such as Tommy Thumb's Song Book (1744) and Mother Goose's Melody (1765) are the most famous. Nursery rhymes often have a Roud Folk Song Index number, which is used to identify them in the Roud Folk Song Index.

Nursery rhymes are usually short and simple with a catchy and repetitive tune that children can easily remember. The words of nursery rhymes often have hidden meanings or morals, as well as providing entertainment for children. Often, the words of nursery rhymes have been adapted from folk songs and ballads.