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Itsy Bitsy Spider – Ukulele Chords

by Per Kjeller
Itsy Bitsy Spider - Ukulele Chords

Itsy Bitsy Spider Ukulele Chords. This song uses the chords: D, G, A. You can change the key for free, as needed.

Itsy Bitsy Spider – Ukulele Chords


The Ditsy bitsy spider climbed Aup the water Dspout

DDown came the rain and Gwashed the spider Dout

DOut came the sun and Adried up all the Drain

And the Ditsy bitsy spider climbed Aup the spout Dagain

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Itsy Bitsy Spider – History

The Itsy Bitsy Spider is a beloved nursery rhyme that has been captivating children’s imaginations for generations. This delightful song tells the story of a determined little spider climbing up a waterspout, only to be washed away by the rain and then climbing up again once the sun comes out. The simple yet engaging lyrics, combined with the hand motions that mimic the spider’s journey, make this song a favorite among young children. It’s not only fun to sing but also helps develop fine motor skills as kids imitate the spider’s movements with their fingers.

The origins of “The Itsy Bitsy Spider” can be traced back to the early 20th century. The song has gone through various versions and names, such as “Incy Wincy Spider” in the UK and Australia. Despite the different names and slight variations in lyrics, the core story of the resilient spider remains the same, teaching children about perseverance and the importance of never giving up, no matter how many times they get knocked down. This timeless message is one of the reasons why “The Itsy Bitsy Spider” continues to be a cherished part of childhood.

Beyond its charming story, “The Itsy Bitsy Spider” is a fantastic tool for early childhood education. The song helps children learn about sequencing, cause and effect, and weather concepts, all while having fun. The repetitive nature of the song makes it easy for children to remember and sing along, reinforcing language development and listening skills. So, the next time you sing “The Itsy Bitsy Spider,” enjoy the playful hand movements and remember the important lesson it teaches: keep trying, no matter what obstacles come your way. This classic tune continues to bring smiles and inspiration to children all over the world.

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