From the early age, children start memorizing words which help describe the world that surrounds them. From the way how their parents look, to the appearance of their favorite toys, adjectives are a huge part of learning for every child. However, there are so many adjectives to learn that’s important to make this process as natural and easy as possible, especially for those children learning English as a second language. The adjective words song “Get me a hat” is a great way to introduce this topic to your child as you have fun singing!

In this jolly song for kids, the four friends Lisa the Cat, Elliot the Panda, Cowy the Cow, and Billy the Chick will show your child some important adjectives in English to compare different items while checking out hats. Throughout the song, each one of them asks for a hat that looks a certain way. First, Lisa asks for a big hat, and also for a little hat. She gets a big pink hat with purple dots, and a little one with the same pattern. Then, Elliot asks for a clean hat, along with a dirty hat, and he gets both! The first one is a clean, red party hat with an orange pom pom, and the other is just the same but with big, yellow stains. After, Cowy asks for an old hat, and a new one and she gets two caps, one brand new and a really old one. Finally, Billy asks for a dark hat and a light hat, and he shows a dark purple hat and a light violet one.

With this children’s song, your child will be able to learn different adjectives to identify objects, that will also be useful when making comparisons in English. These are a great practice to learn about opposites in English as well. Adjectives are an important part of speech, and it’s essential for children to identify and learn about them in order to become more fluent in the English language.

To learn adjectives more effectively, practice this fun tune with your little one as you read the lyrics. By repeating the lyrics, you’ll make your child learn the words as he or she assimilates their meaning. This will help him or her have a richer vocabulary in English. Remember also to practice this song while watching the video. The visual component will make learning easy by helping your little one associate the written words with the images they represent. Also, it’s fun to practice some dancing along the characters in the video. Children love to be active, and this is something that can be of advantage when learning a new language with videos and songs.

“Get Me a Hat” Lyrics:

Get me a hat!
Get me a hat!
Get me a hat!
Make it look like that!
BIG! [shouted]

Get me a hat!
Get me a hat!
Get me a hat!
Make it look like that!
LITTLE! shouted]

Get me a hat!
Get me a hat!
Get me a hat!
Make it look like that!
CLEAN! [shouted]

Get me a hat!
Get me a hat!
Get me a hat!
Make it look like that!
DIRTY! [shouted]

Get me a hat!
Get me a hat!
Get me a hat!
Make it look like that!
OLD! [shouted]

Get me a hat!
Get me a hat!
Get me a hat!
Make it look like that!
NEW! shouted]

Get me a hat!
Get me a hat!
Get me a hat!
Make it look like that!
DARK! [shouted]

Get me a hat!
Get me a hat!
Get me a hat!
Make it look like that!
LIGHT! [shouted]

BIG!
LITTLE!
CLEAN!
DIRTY!
OLD!
NEW!
DARK!
LIGHT!
Just…get me a hat!

Topics: Adjectives, Clothes
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