Preschool Hymns


Children's Church Choir

These hymns are designed as a tool for teachers to help preschoolers memorize Bible verses and “hide ‘em in their hearts” in a fun and easy way. Each verse has been matched to the music of a familiar children’s song like “London Bridge” or “Oh, How I Love Jesus”.  Since the youngsters only learn the words, not the tunes, memorizing Bible verses becomes a favorite way to make a joyful noise unto the Lord.

Hyphenated words should be sung as separate syllables so wording fits the rhythm of the tunes.  Try them yourself before teaching them, and feel free to make adjustments if necessary so the words fit the tune as well as your personal style.

Teachers will be delighted to see how quickly preschoolers learn to sing these verses and hide God’s words in their precious hearts and minds.


A friend loveth at all times
Proverbs 17:17a (NIV)

Sing to the tune of “London Bridge” 
A friend lov-eth at all times, at all times, at all times.
A friend lov-eth at all times, Proverbs seven-teen seven-teen.


Helping Others

If one falls down, his friend can help him up.
Ecclesiates 4:10a (NIV)

Sing to the tune of “Frere Jacques” (“Are You Sleeping”?)
If one falls down, his-is fri-end can help him up, help him up.
Eccl-esiates four ten, Eccl-esiates four ten,
Help him up, Help him up.


Jesus Loves Children

Never will I leave you, never will I forsake you.
Hebrews 13:5b (NIV)

Sing to the tune of “Oh, How I Love Jesus”
Never will-ill I leave you, never will I forsake you-ou,
Never will-ill I leave you.  Hebrews thir-teen five.

Jesus Loves You

But I tell you who hear me, love your enemies, do good to those who hurt you.
Luke 6:27 (NIV)

Sing to the tune “Frere Jacques” (“Are You Sleeping”?)
But I tell you, who-oo hear me, love your en-e-mies (sing quickly), do-oo good. 
To those who hurt you, to those who hurt you. 
Luke six twenty-seven, Luke six twenty-seven.

You, dear children, are from God.
I John 4:4a (NIV)

Sing to the tune “Oh, How I Love Jesus”
You, dear-ear-ear child-ren, are from-om-om God-od-od,
First Joh-hon four and four, you are-re-re from-om God.

Seek Kingdom of Heaven

But seek first His kingdom and His righteousness, and then all things shall be added unto you.
Matthew 6:33

Sing to the tune “I’m a Little Teapot”
But-ut seek-ek first His king-ing-dom and-and His right-eous-ness. 
Then-en all-ul things shall be add-ed unto you. 
Matt-hew six and thirty-three.


His Love Endures Forever

Oh, give thanks to the Lord, for He is good!  For His mercy endures forever!
I Chronicles 16:34a (NIV)

Sing to the tune of “If You’re Happy and You Know It”
Oh, give thanks to the Lord, for He is good!
Oh, give thanks to the Lord, for He is good!
His mercy endures for-ever, His mercy endures for-ever,
First Chron-icles six-teen thirty-four.

Light Shines

The Lord is my light and my salvation; whom shall I fear?
Psalm 27:1a (NIV)
Sing to the tune of “I’m a Little Teapot”
The Lord-od is my light and my sal-va-tion, my sal-va-tion, my sal-va-tion.
Whom-om shall I fear, no fear, no fear!
Psalms twenty-seven and-and one.
A man’s wisdom gives him patience; it is to his glory to overlook an offense.
Proverbs 19:11

Sing to the tune of “Frere Jacques” (“Are You Sleeping”?)
A man’s wis-dom gives him pat-ience, it is to, hi-is glory,
to-oo overlook, an-an of-of-fense.
Proverbs nine-teen e-leven, Proverbs nine-teen e-leven.

Treasure in Heaven

But store up for yourselves treasures in Heaven.
Matthew 6:20a (NIV)

Sing to the tune of “London Bridge”
But store uh-up for yourselves, for yourselves, for yourselves,
trea-sures in-n Hea-ven, trea-sures in Hea-ven.
Matthew six and twenty.

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Hymns are written by Donna Cosmato. Donna is a freelance writer with expertise in many areas including early childhood education and is available for writing assignments. Her interests include, but are not limited to, organic food and drink, homeschooling, bringing America back to founding fathers' principles, and spreading God's Word as far as possible through her writing. Contact Donna at