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See You Later

Language Focus Other songs about: Hello/Goodbye

Saying goodbye. "See you later." "Take care." "Goodbye." "It's time to go."

See You Later Lyrics and Actions

♫ See you later. [Make circles with thumbs and index fingers around each eye, and then extend your arms out and point out to the class.]
See you later.
See you later.
Take care. [Wave with one hand.]
Goodbye. [Wave with the other hand.]

It's time to go. [Point to your watch, or where your watch would go on your wrist.]
I'll see you later. [Make circles with thumbs and index fingers around each eye, and then extend your arms out and point out to the class.]
It's time to go.
See you later. [Make circles with thumbs and index fingers around each eye.]
Goodbye. [Extend your arms out and point out to the class.]

See you later.
See you later.
See you later.
Take care.
Goodbye. ♫

Classroom Benefits

Just like starting class with a hello song helps students transition into learning mode, ending with a goodbye song is a great way to finish your time together.

This is a great song to end a class with. It's upbeat, easy to learn, and ends class on a positive note. It's a fun way for the kids to say, "Goodbye" to each other and to the teacher.

Activity Ideas

Use this song at the end of English lessons, playgroups, kindergarten class, or even visiting a friend's house. A goodbye song is a great way to transition to leaving or going home. 1

Introduce the concept of time by telling students, "It's time to go," and pointing to the clock or your watch before singing this song at the end of your lessons. 2

Mix up the gestures. Try making your "glasses" upside down, like this. Or try to snap as you point. Four and five year olds have a great time trying to master this new skill! 3

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