There's a Spider on the Floor

There’s a spider on the floor, on the floor,
There’s a spider on the floor, on the floor.
There’s a spider on the floor, can you see any more?
There’s a spider on the floor, on the floor!

There’s a spider on my knee, on my knee,
There’s a spider on my knee, on my knee.
There’s a spider on my knee, he's so tickly!
There’s a spider on my knee, on my knee!

There’s a spider on my arm, on my arm,
There’s a spider on my arm, on my arm.
There’s a spider on my arm but he won’t do any harm!
There’s a spider on my arm, on my arm!

There’s a spider on my head, on my head,
There’s a spider on my head, on my head.
There’s a spider on my head, I do hope he's been fed!
There’s a spider on my head, on my head.

Wiggle your fingers and tickle your baby as you sing. Make sure you give them lots of time to watch and see where the spider goes next.

Toddlers can pair up with their friends and take turns doing the actions on each other.

Using the simple structure of the song, make up your own verses. For example, There’s a spider on my:

toe… how he got there, I don’t know!

hair… I don’t think that’s very fair

nose…. Tickling the land

neck… oh, I think I’d be a wreck