It's a ruler

"It's a Ruler" is a catchy educational song for kids learning English, focusing on classroom supplies and colors, making vocabulary learning an enjoyable sing-along adventure.

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It's a ruler song lyrics

Is it a pen, a pencil, a crayon, or a rubber,

or a ruler, or a ruler, or a ruler? Or a ruler, or a ruler, or a ruler?

It’s not a pen.
It’s not a pencil.
It’s not a crayon, or a rubber.

It’s a ruler.
It’s a ruler.
It’s a ruler.
It’s a ruler.
It’s a ruler.
It’s a ruler.

A red pen.
A yellow pencil.
An orange crayon.
A pink rubber.

A blue ruler, a blue ruler, a blue ruler.
A blue ruler, a blue ruler, a blue ruler.

It's a ruler song by Studycat

About the It's a ruler song

“It’s a Ruler” is a playful and educational song that turns the guessing game of identifying school supplies into a catchy tune. With its repetitive lyrics and simple melody, the song is perfect for young learners getting familiar with English vocabulary related to classroom items.

What can your child learn from it?

This song is an excellent way for children to learn and reinforce the names of basic school supplies in English, such as pens, pencils, crayons, and rubbers (erasers), along with colors. The repetition of the phrase “It’s a ruler” helps solidify the word “ruler” in their vocabulary, making it easier to remember.

Additionally, by describing the items with colors like a “red pen” or a “blue ruler,” kids can practice color names alongside the objects, enhancing their descriptive language skills. The song also introduces a simple structure of negation, teaching children how to say what something is not, which is a fundamental concept in English grammar.

It's a ruler song by Studycat

Learning activities

To make the most of “It’s a Ruler” you can engage in activities that bring the vocabulary to life. Creating a matching game with images or actual items of the school supplies mentioned in the song can be a fun way to reinforce learning.

Children can match the picture of a “blue ruler” with the word, helping to connect the visual item with its name in English. Drawing or coloring activities where kids illustrate each item mentioned in the song can also help cement their understanding of the vocabulary and colors.

And remember to have as much fun as you can, it makes learning anything that much easier!