Five dutch songs our Dutch Australian children love

Dutch children's songs

Our girls are now aged four and six and if you’ve followed this blog for a while you’ll know that they are little bi-lingual Dutch Australians. If you’re new – welcome, you might like to read about us.

I thought I’d share five of their favourite dutch songs.  You may be a Dutch Australian family who would like your kids to practice their “Nederlands” or you may be learning yourself….these are tried and tested by my daughters and have all been played many, many times in our house.  They are all available on YouTube and where possible, I have included the lyrics versions so you can (learn to) sing along.  What are your favourite Dutch children’s songs?

1. K3 – Alle Kleuren

2. Pulcino Pio – Het Kuikentje Piep

3. Kinderen voor Kinderen – Klaar voor de Start

4. Kinderen voor Kinderen – Bewegen is Gezond

5.  SuperKeet – Keet!

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3 thoughts on “Five dutch songs our Dutch Australian children love

  1. I’m looking for a Dutch children’s song that had something about umbrellas and two children in the rain (Hanika and Janika?) and the sound of the rain?

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