Please

Sing along to "Please", a delightful song about manners, sharing, and kindness, perfect for kids learning the importance of polite requests and the joy of giving.

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Please song lyrics

Please give me paper.
Please give us glue.
Please give them pencils and rulers, too.

Please give him scissors.
Please give her pens.
Please give me crayons to give to my friends!

Please give me paper.
Please give us glue.
Please give them pencils and rulers, too.

Please give him scissors.
Please give her pens.
Please give me crayons to give to my friends!

Please song by Studycat

About the Please song

“Please” is a sweet and catchy tune that’s more than just a song; it’s a gentle lesson in manners and sharing, wrapped up in a melody that kids will love to sing. With its repetitive and simple lyrics, it beautifully introduces the magic word “please” while highlighting the joy of sharing school supplies among friends.

It’s an ideal sing-along for young ones learning the value of politeness and the importance of giving.

What can your child learn from it?

This song is a fantastic tool for teaching children about the power of polite requests. By using “please” in various contexts, it reinforces the concept that asking for something with respect and kindness can make a big difference in social interactions.

The song also touches on the idea of community and sharing, as it mentions distributing items like paper, glue, pencils, and crayons among friends.

Please song by Studycat

Learning activities

Creating a “Please and Thank You” role-play can be a fantastic way to practice using polite language in various scenarios, encouraging empathy and understanding in social situations. Crafting with the items mentioned in the song, such as making a collage with paper, glue, and crayons, can be an interactive way to reinforce the vocabulary while emphasizing the joy of creating and sharing artwork.

You could also try writing a simple story or drawing pictures about how they would share supplies with their friends can help children internalize the values of generosity and kindness.