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Little Music Note Books combine music and simple reading to tell your favorite children's story. Down At the Station is one of the great train songs because it combines the passion that many small children have for trains with some useful counting practice at the same time. Use fingers to help with the counting as well as an exaggerated action of turning the engine handle, which is lots of fun.
To continue the train themed activity, you can play these lovely classic train songs; Puffin Billy and Chattanooga Choo Choo and actually pretend to be the trains. If you’re looking for more train songs for kids, or classical music for train-loving kids, visit this great post on Classical Train Music from Play Trains!


If you’re looking for more transport themed activities, check out our Buses & Trains lesson plan for a 30 minute, structured and lively lesson! If you enjoyed this post, come and join us on Facebook, Pinterest and Google + or subscribe to our free bi-weekly newsletter for many more musical ideas! Enabling JavaScript in your browser will allow you to experience all the features of our site. The selected tracks must be in a playlist that can be sorted by Play Order, that is, a user-created playlist, and not a library category playlist. In the example above, I have set the playlist to be sorted by Play Order and selected four tracks. As you sing the song, one train moves off down the track. Ask the children how many are left, and repeat the song in this way until all the trains have gone.
In the UK it was played as the theme tune to a popular children’s BBC radio programme in the 1950?s.


The selection of tracks need not be contiguous but it is important to have already established the Play Order.
Those four tracks' Song Names have been prefixed with the number of their sequential order in the selection (by virtue of the playlist being sorted by an established Play Order). The album was released by Atlantic Records as an LP in 1962 and was home to five notable singles: "Stand by Me", "Ecstasy", "First Taste of Love", "Here Comes the Night", and the title track, "Don't Play That Song (You Lied)". Of course, you could select all the tracks in the playlist and they would be numbered accordingly as well.
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