1st Grade · 2nd Grade · Sheet Music

Praise God, From Whom All Blessings Flow | Beginner Piano Sheet Music

Praise God, From Whom All Blessings Flow is one of the most well-known doxologies in the English language. A doxology is a short hymnal praise to God sung in different forms of worship. It consists only of one verse with four lines. This type of music is considered to be the most sung hymn compared to any other Christian music.

However, although the hymn Praise God, From Whom All Blessings Flow might be known worldwide, only a few know the origin of the song.

The song is also sometimes known as The Common Doxology (or simply The Doxology). It was written by Thomas Ken, an Anglican Bishop widely regarded as one of the fathers of English hymns. He wrote it in 1674 for his students when he became a chaplain at Winchester College (an all-boys school), to mark the passages of their days with the purpose of motivating them with their devotions. Ken was an Anglican priest who was orphaned at an early age. He served as a Rector to several parishes and became a chaplain for Princess Mary and later on, for the British Fleet. Thomas Ken has composed a number of poems and a book of prayers as well.

The doxology Praise God, From Whom All Blessings Flow that we sing today is actually the closing stanza to three longer hymns (“Awake, My Soul, and with the Sun,” “All Praise to Thee, My God, This Night,” and “My God, I Now from Sleep Awake”) which was also written by Thomas Ken.

For many years since the time it was written, this song has evolved from being a motivational song for students to a form of worship and Christian household tradition but still remains a song that expresses the beauty of the Holy Trinity. Several Christian denominations have adopted changes to the original composition to promote inclusivity of language, making way to various versions of the song.

This sheet music is professionally arranged for the beginning piano student by the MakingMusicFun.net staff. You’ll be able to preview and printed the arrangement instantly and use the digital recording for practicing. To make music lessons more affordable, MakingMusicFun.net features MMF Unlimited ($24.95 per year), a subscription plan that gives you unlimited access to their complete library of sheet music arrangements like this one, music flashcards, worksheets, and games. With hundred’s of resources for the elementary music students and teachers on this site, it’s a smart choice for parents of young musicians.

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Lyrics for ‘Praise God, From Whom All Blessings Flow’

Praise God from whom all Blessings flow,
Praise him all Creatures here below,
Praise him above, ye Heavenly Host.

[United Church of Christ Version]

Praise God from whom all blessings flow;
Praise God, all creatures here below;
Praise God for all that love has done;
Creator, Christ, and Spirit, One.

[Unitarian Universalism Adaptation]

“From all that dwell below the skies
let songs of hope and faith arise;
let peace, goodwill on earth be sung
through every land, by every tongue.”

Need help learning your note names?

Most beginning piano students are still working on their note names, rhythmic values, and music terms, so I’m including a few links to helpful music theory worksheets, games and flashcards. All of them are printable resources, and a few of them are free.

Color-by-Note | Free Note Name Worksheet Bundle (Treble Clef)
CodeBreaker! | Free Note Name Worksheet (Bass Clef)
Maestro Owl™ | Printable Music Flash Cards

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1st Grade · 2nd Grade · Sheet Music

Coventry Carol | Free Beginner Piano Sheet Music

Coventry Carol is also known by the title Lullay Lullay. Dating back to the 16th Century, traditionally, this carol was performed in a play in Coventry, England called The Pageant of the Shearman and Tailors. The play presents the story of Christmas based on the Gospel of Matthew, and this song depicts the scene where Herod orders his soldiers to kill all infants under the age of two. This is why the Christmas carol takes on the form of a haunting lullaby as it captured the anguish of the mothers for their children’s fate.

The original author of the song is unknown. However, the earliest existing copy of the song and the pageant that featured it was dated March 1534 and edited by Robert Croo. Croo (or sometimes spelled as Crowe) was widely involved in the mystery plays in this period and had included this carol in one of the scenes that had become popular over time.

There has been a variation of Coventry Carol done by folklorist John Jacob Niles called the Appalachian Variant. The tune of this version is quite different but the lyrics remained the same and an additional verse was added.

Modern versions of this carol have been performed by popular artists such as Annie Lennox, Charlotte Church, Tori Amos, Sting and Pentatonix.

This sheet music is professionally arranged for the beginning piano student by the MakingMusicFun.net staff. You’ll be able to preview and printed the arrangement instantly and use the digital recording for practicing. To make music lessons more affordable, MakingMusicFun.net features MMF Unlimited ($24.95 per year), a subscription plan that gives you unlimited access to their complete library of sheet music arrangements like this one, music flashcards, worksheets, and games. With hundred’s of resources for the elementary music students and teachers on this site, it’s a smart choice for parents of young musicians.

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Coventry Carol | Beginner Piano Sheet Music

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Lyrics for ‘Coventry Carol’

[Current/modern version]

Lully, lullay, thou little tiny child,
Bye bye, lully, lullay.
Thou little tiny child,
Bye bye, lully, lullay.

O sisters too, how may we do
For to preserve this day
This poor youngling for whom we sing,
“Bye bye, lully, lullay”?

Herod the king, in his raging,
Chargèd he hath this day
His men of might in his own sight
All young children to slay

That woe is me, poor child, for thee
And ever mourn and may
For thy parting neither say nor sing,
“Bye bye, lully, lullay.”

[Original version]

Lully, lulla, thow littell tine child,
By by, lully, lullay thow littell tyne child,
By by, lully, lullay!

O sisters too, how may we do
For to preserve this day
This pore yongling for whom we do singe
By by, lully, lullay?

Herod, the king, in his raging,
Chargid he hath this day
His men of might in his owne sight
All yonge children to slay,—

That wo is me, pore child, for thee,
And ever morne and may
For thi parting nether say nor singe,
By by, lully, lullay.

Need help learning your note names?

Most beginning piano students are still working on their note names, rhythmic values, and music terms, so I’m including a few links to helpful music theory worksheets, games and flashcards. All of them are printable resources, and a few of them are free.

I Thought That I Was Crazy | Free Bass Clef Note Name Worksheet
CodeBreaker! | Free Note Name Worksheet (Bass Clef)
Name That Tune! | Free Note Name Worksheet (Bass Clef)
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3rd Grade · 4th Grade · 5th Grade · Sheet Music

Boom, Boom, Ain’t It Great to Be Crazy | Free Easy Piano Sheet Music

Boom, Boom, Ain’t It Great to Be Crazy is a popular kids’ song with silly lyrics and is sometimes accompanied by funny actions. The exact origin of the song has been hard to pinpoint, but the earliest log that was made in the Catalog of Copyright Entries credits the words to Josephine Moore Proffitt and the music to Sidney Lippman. However, in a February 1953 copy of Billboard magazine, a record release has also been listed under Ginny Gibson. The song is believed to have been around and in the public domain for a much longer time before any of these artists decided to create their own version of it and place it under copyright.

In more modern times, the song is popularized as a children’s song mostly because of Barney. Its first appearance in the Barney franchise was in Barney & the Backyard Gang, originally released as a Neiman Marcus exclusive in 1991 but had a wider release in the following year. In Rock with Barney, which is the eighth and final video in the series, the Backyard Gang and Barney are taken to a studio where one of the gang’s mother works. Using their imagination and some props, they set-up a make-believe show complete with commercials. The song Boom, Boom, Ain’t It Great to Be Crazy was the last song performed in the show.

This sheet music is professionally arranged for the beginning piano student by the MakingMusicFun.net staff. You’ll be able to preview and printed the arrangement instantly and use the digital recording for practicing. To make music lessons more affordable, MakingMusicFun.net features MMF Unlimited ($24.95 per year), a subscription plan that gives you unlimited access to their complete library of sheet music arrangements like this one, music flashcards, worksheets, and games. With hundred’s of resources for the elementary music students and teachers on this site, it’s a smart choice for parents of young musicians.

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Boom, Boom, Ain’t It Great to Be Crazy | Easy Piano Sheet Music

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Lyrics for ‘Boom, Boom, Ain’t It Great to Be Crazy’

Boom, boom, ain’t it great to be crazy?
Boom, boom, ain’t it great to be crazy?
Giddy and foolish the whole day through,
Boom, boom, ain’t it great to be crazy?

A horse and a flea and three blind mice,
Sat on a curbstone shooting dice,
The horse he slipped and fell on the flea,
“Whoops,” said the flea, “There’s a horse on me!”

Boom, boom, ain’t it great to be crazy?
Boom, boom, ain’t it great to be crazy?
Giddy and foolish the whole day through,
Boom, boom, ain’t it great to be crazy?

Way down South where bananas grow,
A flea stepped on an elephant’s toe,
The elephant cried, with tears in his eyes,
“Why don’t you pick on someone your own size?”

Boom, boom, ain’t it great to be crazy?
Boom, boom, ain’t it great to be crazy?
Giddy and foolish the whole day through,
Boom, boom, ain’t it great to be crazy?

Way up North where there’s ice and snow,
There lived a penguin and his name was Joe,
He got so tired of black and white,
He wore pink slacks to the dance last night!

Boom, boom, ain’t it great to be crazy?
Boom, boom, ain’t it great to be crazy?
Giddy and foolish the whole day through,
Boom, boom, ain’t it great to be crazy?

Eli, Eli had some socks,
A dollar a pair and a nickel a box,
The more you wear ’em the better they get,
And you put ’em in the water and they don’t get wet!

Boom, boom, ain’t it great to be crazy?
Boom, boom, ain’t it great to be crazy?
Giddy and foolish the whole day through,
Boom, boom, ain’t it great to be crazy?

Called myself on the telephone,
Just to hear that golden tone,
Asked myself out for a date,
Said be ready ’bout half-past eight!

Boom, boom, ain’t it great to be crazy?
Boom, boom, ain’t it great to be crazy?
Giddy and foolish the whole day through,
Boom, boom, ain’t it great to be crazy?

Took myself to the picture show,
Sat myself on the very last row,
Wrapped my arms around my waist,
Got so fresh I slapped my face!

Boom, boom, ain’t it great to be crazy?
Boom, boom, ain’t it great to be crazy?
Giddy and foolish the whole day through,
Boom, boom, ain’t it great to be crazy?

[Alternative verses]

There was an old doctor and his name was Peck.
Fell down the well and broke his neck
Served him right, he was doing wrong.
Should have tended to the sick, and let the well alone.

Johnny, Johnny went out west,
Where he thought the food was best.
Now they lay him down to rest,
With a concrete meatball on his chest.

[Additional verses from the Rock with Barney version]

At the TV studio, we got to play,
used our imagination with Barney all day.
We danced with ducks,
Had fun with fruit,
Then Barney led us in a flag salute.

We got to play, down by the bay,
Made music at an island hideaway.
We “rock and rolled,”
Sang a lullaby,
It was such fun, but it’s time to fly.

Need help learning your rhythms?

Most beginning piano students are still working on understanding the value of each rhythm in their music, so I’m including a few links to helpful printable music theory worksheets, games, and flashcards.

Pirate Quest™ | Basic Music Terms Board Game
Ultimate Music Theory Pack for Kids | Flashcards/Games
Clown Fish | Free Color-Me-Rhythmic Worksheet
It All Adds Up! | Free Music Rhythm Worksheet Four (Dotted Quarter/Quarter/Eighth)
The Rhythm Store™ | Beginner Music Theory Shopping Game

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3rd Grade · 4th Grade · 5th Grade · Sheet Music

For He’s a Jolly Good Fellow | Free Easy Piano Sheet Music

For He’s a Jolly Good Fellow is a popular congratulatory song used to celebrate important events such as birthdays, promotions, wedding anniversaries, the birth of a child, or winning the championship at a sporting event. The song is said to be one of the most well-known English songs according to Guinness World Records, second only to Happy Birthday and Auld Lang Syne which share the top spot.

The music of the song dates as far back as the 18th century and was originally used in the popular French folk song “Marlbrough s’en va-t-en guerre” (“Marlborough Has Left for the War”). The same tune is used in another classic children’s song The Bear Went Over the Mountain.

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For He’s a Jolly Good Fellow | Easy Piano Sheet Music

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Lyrics for ‘For He’s a Jolly Good Fellow

[British version]
For he’s a jolly good fellow,
for he’s a jolly good fellow
For he’s a jolly good fellow(pause),
and so say all of us

And so say all of us,
and so say all of us.

For he’s a jolly good fellow,
for he’s a jolly good fellow
For he’s a jolly good fellow (pause),
and so say all of us!

[American version]
For he’s a jolly good fellow,
for he’s a jolly good fellow
For he’s a jolly good fellow (pause),
which nobody can deny

Which nobody can deny,
which nobody can deny.

For he’s a jolly good fellow,
for he’s a jolly good fellow
For he’s a jolly good fellow (pause),
which nobody can deny!

Need help learning your note names?

Most beginning piano students are still working on their note names, rhythmic values, and music terms, so I’m including a few links to helpful music theory worksheets, games, and flashcards. All of them are printable resources, and a few of them are free.

I Thought That I Was Crazy | Free Bass Clef Note Name Worksheet
Name That Tune! | Free Note Name Worksheet (Treble Clef)
Ultimate Music Theory Pack for Kids | Flash Cards and Games

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1st Grade · 2nd Grade · Homeschool · Kindergarten · Sheet Music

All the Pretty Little Horses | Free Beginner Piano Sheet Music

All the Pretty Little Horses is a traditional American lullaby which is very popular especially among mothers and caretakers who sing their babies to sleep with this simple but beautiful melody. The exact story of how the song was created has not been identified, but it is commonly believed to be of African-American origin.

The song has inspired numerous renditions and adaptations throughout the years including those from Olivia Newton-John, Kenny Loggins, Charlotte Church and Peter, Paul and Mary. It has also been referenced in several literary works such as Cormac McCarthy’s 1992 novel All The Pretty Horses which received many awards and accolades.

This sheet music is professionally arranged for the beginning piano student by the MakingMusicFun.net staff. You’ll be able to preview and print the arrangement instantly and use the digital recording for practicing. To make music lessons more affordable, MakingMusicFun.net features MMF Unlimited ($24.95 per year), a subscription plan that gives you unlimited access to their complete library of sheet music arrangements like this one, as well as music flashcards, worksheets, and games. With hundreds of resources for the elementary music students and teachers on this site, it’s a smart choice for parents of young musicians.

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All the Pretty Little Horses | Beginner Piano Sheet Music

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Lyrics for ‘All the Pretty Little Horses’

Hush-a-bye, Don’t you cry
Go to sleep, my little baby
When you wake, you shall have
All the pretty little horses
Dapples and grays, blacks and bays
All the pretty little horses
Hush-a-bye, Don’t you cry
Go to sleep little baby
When you wake, you shall have
All the pretty little horses
Dapples and grays, blacks and bays
All the pretty little horses

Need help learning your note names?

Most beginning piano students are still working on their note names, rhythmic values, and music terms, so I’m including a few links to helpful music theory worksheets, games, and flashcards. All of them are printable resources, and a few of them are free.

Color-by-Note | Free Note Name Worksheet Bundle (Treble Clef)
Monster-Themed Musical Spelling Bee | Free Note Name Worksheet (Treble Clef)
Musical Spelling Bee | Free Note Name Worksheet (Treble Clef)
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1st Grade · 2nd Grade · 3rd Grade · Homeschool · Kindergarten · Sheet Music

God Is So Good | Free Beginner Piano Sheet Music (Digital)

Looking for a great hymn tune arranged for kids beginner piano. God Is So Good, a popular praise/Gospel song, is arranged here in C position, with very few notes in the left hand. Even beginners will be able to learn this piece quickly, and enjoy playing it for their family and friends.

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God Is So Good | Free Beginner Piano Sheet Music

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Lyrics for ‘God Is So Good’

God is so good,
God is so good,
God is so good,
he’s so good to me.

He cares for me,
He cares for me,
He cares for me,
he’s so good to me.

God answers prayer,
God answers prayer,
God answers prayer,
he’s so good to me.

I praise his name,
I praise his name,
I praise his name,
he’s so good to me!

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2nd Grade · 3rd Grade · 4th Grade · 5th Grade · Homeschool · Sheet Music

5 American Folk Songs | Beginner and Easy Piano Sheet Music

American folk music has a rich tradition and the songs are popular with young piano students. Many traditional American folk songs sometimes trace back to Great Britain, Europe, or Africa. American folk music is considered “roots music” because it has served as the basis of musical traditions that later developed in the United States, including rock and roll, rhythm and blues, and jazz. Below you’ll find five popular American folk songs that are part of our rich American tradition. They are also winners with  young piano students.

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Skip to My Lou for Piano Solo | American Frontier Song

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Boil Them Cabbage Down for Piano Solo | American Folk Song

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Sippin’ Cider Through a Straw for Piano Solo | American Folk Song

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Turkey in the Straw for Piano Solo | American Folk Song

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