Alice The Camel is a traditional nursery rhyme and children's song. It is also called Sally The Camel. Many parents and grandparents can remember this song from their own childhood. But now it is time to sing it with their own kids or grand children. Are you ready?

**Tip 1:** After you have sung Alice The Camel (Sally The Camel) - talk with your kids about camels, and explain to them that they do have water in their humps. Kids love such exciting information!

**Tip 2:** Alice The Camel (Sally The Camel) can be used as a counting rhyme. Count on your fingers while singing.

Not sure about the tune? You can listen to Alice The Camel at the bottom of this page.

Alice the camel has 5 humps,

Alice the camel has 5 humps.

So go, Alice, go!

Boom, boom, boom, boom!

Alice the camel has 4 humps,

Alice the camel has 4 humps,

Alice the camel has 4 humps.

So go, Alice, go!

Boom, boom, boom, boom!

Alice the camel has 3 humps,

Alice the camel has 3 humps,

Alice the camel has 3 humps.

So go, Alice, go!

Boom, boom, boom, boom!

Alice the camel has 2 humps,

Alice the camel has 2 humps,

Alice the camel has 2 humps.

So go, Alice, go!

Boom, boom, boom, boom!

Alice the camel has 1 hump,

Alice the camel has 1 hump,

Alice the camel has 1 hump.

So go, Alice, go!

Boom, boom, boom, boom!

Alice the camel has NO humps,

Alice the camel has NO humps,

Alice the camel has NO humps.

'Cause Alice is a HORSE,

Of course!

See clapping instructions for Alice The Camel, and listen to the song. Just click the play icon below.