When it comes to Christmas, nothing gets you in the holiday spirit more than hearing carols. Christmas songs have been around for centuries and they are still sung today. Below, we have some of our favorites from our Christmas carols list that you can sing on your own.
Jingle Bells is a classic and childhood favorite of many. It’s an upbeat song that celebrates Christmas and the gifts that Santa brings. It’s a perfect song to get your children involved with and introduced to Christmas carols.
Silent Night was written in 1816 by Joseph Mohr. It’s a slow soft song that has been redone and covered time and time again. One thing that stands out about the song is that the words are sung very slowly. This makes it easy to sing, as you don’t have to keep up with the typical fast-paced lyrics. It’s an easy song to teach to your child as well.
12 Days of Christmas
The 12 days of Christmas is another classic from the 1800s. It takes us through each day of Christmas, 1 through 12, where their true love gives them a gift each time. The song works its way up from one, all the way up to 12 and repeats each time around. It’s another easy song for your children to pick up because of the repetition within it.
O Holy Night
Much like Silent Night, O Holy Night is a slow song that is great for caroling. The lyrics are a little more complex, making it a difficult song for children to pick up right away. It takes more practice, but once you memorize the lyrics, it’s easy to sing and get right.
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