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Ho Ho Ho - Christmas Songs for Kids

Easy, fun and interactive Christmas songs for young learners and ESL/EFL students.


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01. Ho Ho Ho Intro
Introduction / background music.
02. Ho Ho Ho
I like to… / Christmas Vocabulary
03. Let's Decorate the Christmas Tree
Learn Christmas Vocabulary
04. His Name is Santa Claus
Describing people.
05. Christmas Tree Reindeer Bell
Fun actions song.
06. Counting Snowflakes
Learn and practice counting.
07. The Snowman Song
Little teapot Christmas style
08. I Have a Bad Cold
Silly illness actions song.
09. Rudolph's Nose
Learn and practice colors.
10. Ring the Bell
Practice adverbs and prepositions.
11. Let's Make Cookies for Santa Claus
Food and cooking.
12. What Do You Want for Christmas?
What do you want / Christmas vocabulary
13. Three Christmas Trees
Simple counting / action song.
14. Five Reindeer
Counting song.
15. Christmas Pet
Learn Pets
16. Bernie the Reindeer
Christmas story / song.
17. We Wish You a Merry Christmas
Simple version with fun actions.
18. Up On the House Top
Traditional Christmas song.
19. Twinkle Twinkle
Classic nursery rhyme for kids.
20. Jolly Old St. Nicholas
Classic Christmas song.
21. Deck the Halls
Traditional song with a silly twist.
22. O Christmas Tree
Decorate the Christmas tree.
23. Jingle Bells
Classic Christmas song.

About Ho Ho Ho

Ho Ho Ho Christmas Songs for Kids features several easy-to-learn original songs and classics with a twist, such as “Christmas Tree, Reindeer, Bell”, “Ring the Bell”, and “We Wish You a Merry Christmas”. With little preparation, children are able to start singing and dancing along almost immediately, so you can celebrate Christmas with great food and decoration as illuminating décor you can find online for this purpose.


Read about when do baby boys start to talk. The best way to help your baby say his first words is to talk to him — a lot! Your baby will be eager to pick up on your verbal cues. Narrate your day, describing what you’re doing as you dress your baby, cook dinner or walk down the street. Speak the names of objects and people.

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